Most preparation starts from training objectives. However, what's needed before worrying about taxonomy, your learning or thinking style or any tasks is to know what business result is required. If you can’t work that out, why bother? From the business outcome, think about what desired behaviours will drive the expected result. From the desired behaviour you can then, through a gap analysis, start to not only design the learning objectives but the appropriate nature and timing of reinforcing techniques to improve knowledge retention and build skills. By learning the legal standards for trainees and thinking through what you want the training to achieve allows for a better chance of determining methods to evaluate the impact of training you. It is then that the self-enrichment education teacher can design the intervention that may combine classroom training, computer based training, mentoring, projects structured for on the job training, revision and refreshers.