Mike’s presentation was well received. All in attendance felt they learned new things and he made the day interactive which was greatly appreciated.
Director of Field OperationsHeritage Inventory
John, I want to express my appreciation and approval of HMS. Regardless of our planning scheduling or lack thereof, Chris has always been professional, willing to perform, and sticks to his commitments or exceeds them.
Thanks again for the training on Asbestos Pipe, Lead etc. I found it very entertaining and informative.
Tina, Both you and CEO/Director of Training, Michael Sharp performed at a level that Exceeded our High Expectations. The training was informative, interesting and cost effective.
The class yesterday far exceeded my expectations, as always. Mike was a wealth of information.
Thanks again for all the great information and knowledge. We all agreed that it is by far the most useful and in depth class we have had to attend. So again, thank you very much.
The working relationship between HMS and the City (Healdsburg) has been extremely professional and as a result we are very gracious for all your assistance with the project. One of your company’s great attributes is your availability and willingness to address our needs. Thank you so much for all your assistance and educating us on this project.
[Mike Sharp] did an excellent job of keeping the class on topic, while simultaneously allowing for individual expression and sidebar discussions. A delicate balance, which [he] made seem effortless. . . I was impressed by [his] professionalism and breadth of knowledge
We were all very pleased with yesterday’s training. Mike did a great job and I think we got exactly what we needed.
Thank you for the training this week . . . I know I’ve taken a good training when I’m super pumped about asbestos and excited to get back to work and apply the knowledge.
I thought last week’s training went very well. One of our experienced supervisors said it was one of the best “mandatory” refresher trainings he’s had. He especially liked the “Jeopardy” exercise.