Master Game-Changing Skills: 2-Day TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis Training Course, Albuquerque
Update your Skillset with a 2-Day TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis Training Course
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Register for the October 3, 2019, TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis Training Course, located in Albuquerque, New Mexico: 2-Day TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis Training.
In Albuquerque, you’ll learn the TapRooT® System from one of our outstanding instructors. You’ll learn to find and fix the root causes of incidents, accidents, quality problems, precursor events, operational errors, hospital sentinel events, and other types of problems. Essential Techniques include SnapCharT®, Root Cause Tree®, and Corrective Action Helper®.
A TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis Training Course is a career booster and can be a professional game-changer for you. You’ll be amazed at how much you learn that you can immediately apply! Start your personal and professional growth in Albuquerque.
Ah, Albuquerque. Step into brilliant sunshine and a pleasant climate, fascinating history, amazing outdoor adventures, and all the red and green chiles you can handle. Cruise Americana on Route 66. Hike or bike the Bosque Trail. Visit 250 species in BioPark, the 64-acre Rio Grande Zoo. Find even more adventure on our TapRooT® Pinterest Albuquerque board. There’s something in New Mexico that you will want to discover.
The National Museum of Nuclear Science and History: Learn the story of the Atomic Age while exploring hands-on activities, rockets, and artifacts that relate the story of World War II. Browse reproductions of atomic bombs, discover New Mexico’s contributions to the Nuclear Age, and track the history of nuclear medicine and the advancement of medical technology. You don’t have to be an aviator to appreciate the museum’s Heritage Park and its planes, rockets, missiles, cannons, and nuclear submarines.
Walk through winding brick paths in Old Town Plaza. Founded in 1706, this historic neighborhood is a tribute to Albuquerque’s Native American and Spanish heritage. Sample authentic New Mexican fare; visit gardens and galleries; take a guided tour among beautiful adobe structures; or shop for take-home treasures. Be sure to see the city’s oldest building, stunning Church of San Felipe de Neri.
For the sunset of your life, ride up on the Sandia Peak Tramway. You’ll have a panoramic view of the Albuquerque and the Sandia mountains from 2.7 miles up the summit of Sandia Peak. You can also hike La Luz Trail to reach the peak.
Tip from the Tramway: Dress in layers as it will be considerably cooler at the top—the weather may not be the same at 10,000 feet as it is at 5,000 feet!
Take advantage of the many hiking trails in and around the city. Try the Paseo Del Bosque trail, which takes you through the metro area and along the Rio Grande River and cottonwood forests.
Hop on the Albuquerque Public Art Bicycle Ride. Download this guide and get cycling!
Check out the spectacular mosaic at the Convention Center, and walk among the public artworks that speak to Albuquerque’s history and character, from its PreColumbian past to today.
If architecture is your passion, set out on the Historic Buildings Walking Tour.
You gotta eat some chiles—red or green. It’s part of the New Mexico way of life, and your preference for red or green will officially become part of your epicurean profile while you’re in the state. (After all, the green chile is New Mexico’s state vegetable.) Most New Mexico chiles are green when picked; however, left on the vine, they ripen, and voila! you have red chiles.
In New Mexico, popular ways to prepare and serve green chiles are roasted then peeled for green chili sauce, or chopped and used in enchiladas and lots of other dishes. Green chili sauce is often served atop tamales, burritos, and many entrees. If you order your chiles “Christmas-style,” you’ll be served both green and red chiles.
To experience some chile greatness, try Sadie’s of New Mexico, Copper Canyon Cafe, or Duran Central Pharmacy (“Pharmacy,” yes—trust us, it’s yummy), or El Pinto (try the red chile ribs!). Among mouthwatering dishes to ponder when ordering chile goodness: chile rellenos, stuffed sopapillas (ask for honey if it’s not served with the sopapillas), carne adovada, and green chile chicken enchiladas.
Love beer or coffee? Take a tour to relish one or both here in Albuquerque.
High Noon Restaurant & Saloon: Go to this Old Town original steakhouse for lunch, dinner, or happy hour. Sample from among wild game, steaks and seafood, New Mexican fare, regional wines and tequilas.
Also in Old Town, check out Backstreet Grill, where you’re going to want to try a flavorful beer or a prickly pear margarita alongside green chile chicken salad or tacos or burgers with green chile sauce.
Check out a great variety of Albuquerque restaurants in Laurence Noah’s guide to good tastes.
Sign Up for a TapRooT® Course
TapRooT® courses are known to quickly fill up. Reserve your spot today by registering for TapRooT® Training on October 3, 2019, in Albuquerque, New Mexico: 2-Day TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis Training Course.
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If you would like for us to teach a course at your workplace, please reach out to discuss what we can do for you, or call us at 865.539.2139.