Parks-Meehan, Robinson and Turgeon Receives Master Trainer Designation

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The Bob Pike Group awarded three individuals the designation of Master Trainer at their annual Creative Training Techniques conference held in September.

Karen Parks-Meehan, Misti Robinson and Cheri Turgeon were the only three recipients of the Master Participant-Centered Trainer designation at The Bob Pike Group's annual conference in Minneapolis, MN

Recipients must display a strong working knowledge and higher-level skill set in implementing creative training methods that encourage learner participation. This is really quite an accomplishment!

Karen Parks-Meehan, Misti Robinson and Cheri Turgeon were all named a master trainer by The Bob Pike Group, a leader in participant-centered training.

To receive this designation, a candidate must demonstrate training excellence through the completion of several certifications in training delivery, design and facilitation along with implementation of these skills through completion of a personal learning project that involves selecting a sponsor who provides evaluation and feedback and coaching and consultation with a Bob Pike Group master trainer.

Only 1 percent of those who attend Bob Pike Group courses ever achieves the rank of Master Participant-Centered Trainer (MPCT).

"The time, preparation and follow-through that goes into an MPCT certification really is quite rigorous," said Becky Pike Pluth, president and CEO of The Bob Pike Group. "Recipients must display a strong working knowledge and higher-level skill set in implementing creative training methods that encourage learner participation. This is really quite an accomplishment!"

About The Bob Pike Group
The Bob Pike Group has provided train-the-trainer workshops and consulting services to individuals and corporations for more than 30 years. Clients have been applying Bob's Participant-Centered Instructional System to build their learning organizations, to strengthen retention and to enrich desired results.

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