Final day of training.

We salvaged the final minutes with plenty of clarifications. It’s not easy to satisfy the operator company’s system engineers thirst for knowledge. A lesson for Trisystem – if you could garner more than 50% of a company’s system engineers – don’t be sending someone with less than those engineers’ average number of years in experience.

For instance, if a company of 7 systems engineers send 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5-year old engineers respectively, don’t be assigning, (1+2+3+4+5) / 5 = 3, anybody with less than 3 years of experience to be the trainer.

Acting out “concentration”.

“So let’s verify that.”

Will it write to the coil?

All in all, I think the training was quite enjoyable. I certainly refreshed myself with the basics and learned a new thing or two. Learning is a life-long process. Learning is in fact life itself.