From: Nicolle (220.127.116.11)
In Reply to: Re: Formaldehyde in BKT posted by Denise Kingsley on May 18, 2007 at 6:07 am:
I agree that training is always a good thing and an investment.
However, most of the best artists excel with little training and the worst can have the best training and still mess up.
This is actually true in every profession. My husband self taught himself computer programming languages. He doesn't have a degree in Computer Science but he is a programmer/analyst (passed tests with higher scores than any college graduate for his jobs)
Anyway, when computers started paying huge amounts of cash everyone got a computer science degree. Now my husband spends most of his time correcting programming errors that highly educated people made.
So basically you're good or you're not. You're smart or you're not. You can have all the training in the world and still be a moron.
I agree that it is best if everyone goes through training in this but as with every single thing in life, training is useless without trial and error anyway. Even after training you'll end up screwing up.
Finally, my post was about the % of formaldehyde in 2 products in the market, because that was a repeated question. It was NOT about whether training s/b required or not.
I think training s/b required with every system but we find just as many fry jobs with TR systems that required training as we do with TR systems that did not. Still comes back to whether the right person has the right job for their talent. Same in every field.