NHLA hosts professional development program

Train the Trainer will take place in Miami, Florida, and is only open to 21 participants.

March 14, 2017
Industry News

MIAMI, Fla. –The National Hispanic Landscape Alliance (NHLA), in partnership with Ellen Ely of Landscape Training Solutions, will be hosting its Train the Trainer program from March 26-29 in Miami, Florida.

The educational experience is designed to increase awareness and assessment skills, enhance the understanding of diverse learning styles and training techniques best suited to each, and elevate participant presentation skills. Train the Trainer has also helped participants acquire a greater self-awareness and helped them grow as leaders.

“Part of our mission is to facilitate conditions that promote greater professionalism and business success for Hispanics in the landscape industry, and Train the Trainer has been a proven vehicle for bringing about positive workforce development,” said Ralph Egües, executive director of the NHLA. “The degree to which the human factor is well informed and positively motivated is a major key to success in our industry. Those who train and lead should be well prepared to do so by example and with an understanding of learning styles and social cues so that their efforts contribute to an enhanced work environment that inspires and informs a more competent workforce.”

Train the Trainer has a proven record of success in preparing past participants across the nation to become better trainers and leaders, and the program has not only contributed to the career advancement of participants, it has helped companies implement a more effective learning culture.

Participation in the highly interactive program is limited. The $1,400 registration fee ($1,200 for NHLA members) includes training materials, lodging, meals and round-trip ground transportation from and to Miami International Airport (MIA).

For more information about the NHLA’s Train the Trainer program, or to register, please visit http://www.masverde.us/ttt.php.