I favor hands-on experience a must; however, I can explain in simple terms the operation and function of basic equipment using simple analogies. I use positive encouragement as a way of instruction using showing, shadowing, and independent action by the student as an excellent tool and an effective technique in learning.
I have worked in chemical production operations and R&D for 40 years. I have trained many, many people over the years and have been told many times that I am a very good teacher. I have worked with many systems including distillation columns, scrubbers, extractors, pumps: Positive displacement and centrifugal; different types of both continuous and batch type operations, etc. Also in R&D, I formulated and synthesized flask size resins leading to many excellant products for use in forest products(via SAP) computer entering, and production scale up.
I have had a lot of leadership experiences including Past Master of my Masonic Lodge, Past President of The Louisville Hiking Club (i.e. ~200 members), Shift Supervisor (25 people). I have also presented seminars in process operations to ~20 people on numerous occasions. I have had College Chemistry (i.e. General, Qualitative and Quantitative Analsis, Organic Chemistry I and II, Physical Chemistry I. Calculus I, II, and III; Statistics, and College Trigonometry. I have an Associate in Arts and an Associate in Science from Jefferson Community College with a total of 125 semester hours. I won two awards in Excellant Academic Achievement including another in English Composition. I graduated Phi Theta Kappa.
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