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Tell me about your favorite aspect of your training.
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This questions gives you a chance to talk about what you learned that will help you in this new position. It's also a great way to discuss your passion and interest in the field. Share something that you learned in your training or in your education that made your even more excited about the job you're interviewing for. A great way to make the most of this question is to talk about an aspect of your training that will display your strengths. If you went through training in the education field, talk about how you learned about classroom management and how you will implement what you learned with your future students. Making your training and education tangible for the interviewer will help them to see how qualified you are!
Answer examples
"I enjoyed LEAN and Kaizen training. I always considered myself a "neat freak" and that just added more fuel to my fire."

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Tell me about your favorite aspect of your training.
1.
My favorite ahh its kind of difficult to say ... Bcoz most of subjects were my favourite but most intresting subject is data structure.
2.
C#/.NET, because the way it was structured, the students had to mostly teach themselves (which I had been doing anyway with respect to C++, the Web, and programming in general). It gave me a lot of confidence that I could find the answer to most any question.
3.
Calculus. It forced me to pay attention to detail while grasping the formulas that are pertinent to the pipe trades industry.