Sue Jenkins is an excellent instructor!
Sue should get a raise, I thought she was an excellent communicator. Because of my experience, I will recommend to friends.
Sue was nothing short of excellent -- Sue ruled!
I can see why she wrote the book "Dreamweaver for Dummies" and it is going on my bookshelf when it comes out.
My teacher, Sue Jenkins, had that rare quality of being professional, comprehensive, AND extremely patient with new students.
Sue is very responsive to questions and personable. She really knew Photoshop and explained it in a way that was clear and easy to understand but very indepth at the same time.
Sue was very generous with her knowledge and a pleasure to work with. I appreciated her knowledge of the program and the graphic design business.
I thought that Sue was very good.
This is the second time I had Sue as my instructor. The minute I found out that she was teaching I was relaxed and ready for class to begin. I feel very comfortable asking her any type of question, no matter how small, or stupid.
I enjoyed her teaching style. I felt comfortable asking questions. She was very approachable.
Fabulous! Sue was enthusiastic, funny and informative. She knew everyone's name and did well answering questions keeping our interest. She even kept up a good pace as well as everyone's spirits while battling a cold! I would take another class with her in a heartbeat.
The instructor--Sue--was great. The right amount of fun and serious to get topics covered in a clear, concise presentation. Well versed on nearly all and willing to look up info if there was any uncertainy in the answers.
Sue definitely knows her stuff. She gets right to the point for each exercise. She stayed focused on each exercise.
Very interesting, entertaining, and responded well to questions.
Very good. I have seen many instructors and she is up there with the best. I especially like the fact that she drew from her professional experience with examples and anecdotes.
Sue had a lot of patience and understanding, she never made me feel like I wasn't getting it. I like the way she encourage us to ask questions and took time to answer all of them.
The instructor was able to explain terms and processes in everyday language that made it easy to understand.
Sue was a great instructor. She was calm, easy-going, taught the right amount at the right speed, and was receptive to questions and criticism. She was very patient and friendly to everyone and I never felt rushed or discouraged. She helped to create a great learning environment.
Sue was excellent. She conveyed a lot of information effectively in a short time frame. I got a lot more out of the class than I expected.
Very good and related most of the lessons to work situations which was very helpful. She knew her stuff and explained it thoroughly.
She had great analogies that made it easy to understand what she was talking about. She had a good sense of humor and shared many real life work related stories with us to get her point across.
I really thought Sue was great!
Her easy going style was the perfect tool for the sheer amount of knowledge she gave me.
Sue Jenkins is a superior instructor. She knew her stuff inside and out and she had an enormous amount of patience, many times answering the same question over and over. She is a great asset to your company.
I thoroughly enjoyed the class. I think Sue was an excellent teacher and took the time to answer individual questions as well.
Sue Jenkins was a wonderful instructor, teaching both the requirements as well as some practical, how-it-applies to you information.
Sue was wonderful. I hope that you let the instuctors read the stuff people say about them. She was clearly excited about the material and in turn was able to communicate her enthusiasm.
Very friendly, knew sooooooo many things, tricks and tips, gave us so much extra information. I just took HTML, now I am planning to take the whole dreamweaver class!
Very knowledgable and her tidbits kept my attention and made the expierace [sic] a value add.
I thought attending an evening class after my long day at work would be hard to concentrate, but Sue has a way of teaching where it's not like attending a lecture where one would easily fall asleep or daydream. Sue had enough animation in her to make Dreamweaver interesting to learn.
Very professional and excellent communication skills!
I highly recommend the Dreamweaver Advanced Course - spending two days in this class will save you so much more time in the long run. I want Sue’s brain. She knows everything about Dreamweaver! I would have liked to spend another week in class with her.
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