Instructor Recertification at the 2019 Global TapRooT® Summit
Are you a Certified TapRooT® Instructor? If so, then you will sign up for the Instructor Recertification track at the 2019 Global TapRooT® Summit. With this track, in the TapRooT® Certified Instructor Workshop, you will receive all the information you need in order to get your certification updated/renewed so that you can continue teaching at your company for another two years.
Has your certification expired? That’s okay. Sign up for this track and attend the Certified Instructor Workshop in order to get refreshed and ready to teach again (as long as your company is a licensed company). This track is designed to keep our Certified Instructors abreast of the latest material, maximize their teaching ability, and share best practices all while getting certified for another two years. There is always room to become a better instructor and the Instructor Recertification Track is designed to do just that for all of our instructors.
After attending the Summit, and after getting recertified, you will go back to work with an even better understanding of TapRooT®. Yes, there’s always something to learn. You will have the latest material in hand and be ready to share the information through the courses you teach to your employees. We want to help you grow as an instructor who represents TapRooT®.
Meet the TapRooT® Instructors
Linda Unger is co-developer of the TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis and Incident Investigation process.She is co-author of TapRooT® – Root Cause Analysis, Problem Investigation and Proactive Improvement (1991, 1992, 1996, 2000) and co-author of TapRooT® – Changing the Way the World Solves Problems (2008).
Linda helps clients use TapRooT® as part of their performance improvement program by developing implementation and continuous improvement strategies. She teaches TapRooT® Courses, and is responsible for the development of the 2-Day TapRooT® Training Program and licensing to clients of TapRooT® Training and TapRooT® Web and PC Software for Incident Investigation and Root Cause Analysis, and Corrective Actions Development for safety, operations, environmental, maintenance, and quality problems in a variety of industries.
Michelle Wishoun is paralegal and sales professional at System Improvements. Michelle has been with System Improvements more than 11 years and has a passion for her work and for helping clients around the world. Her academic background includes a B.S. in legal studies.
Currently, Michelle helps clients understand and use TapRooT® by developing roadmaps for them and helping them choose the right root cause analysis path for their company. Also, she writes, reviews, and negotiates licenses for companies and ensures that they are consistently compliant.
Attend the annual Global TapRooT® Summit and meet Michelle and see what she can do to help your company’s success.
The Global TapRooT® Summit will be here soon, and registration is open! Join the recertification track, and don’t miss this one-of-a-kind opportunity to network with hundreds of other TapRooT® users. We’ll be at La Torretta Lake Resort in Montgomery, TX (near Houston), on March 11-15, 2019.
Watch this short video about the 2019 Global TapRooT®: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kkL4WR46yF0&feature=em-lbcastemail