|When dealing with a trainer who is challenged when it comes to demonstrating patience and providing constructive feedback, it is particularly important for you to be sure that you are focusing your attention on your work and on the information that the trainer is providing. If you let yourself become distracted by this trainerís style and questionable training skills, your learning is going to be delayed and your performance will suffer.|
An additional strategy is for you to ask the trainer if she has any additional exercises that you can practice, materials that you can read, or additional tutorials that you can access in order to further expedite the training process. If any such resources exist, they are going to help you move out of the trainee role even faster. And even if none exists, the act of asking for them is going to further demonstrate your motivation and desire to succeed, and that might have a positive impact on the way the trainer treats you.
The good news is that you are still early in the process, and you are going to be a trainee for a limited amount of time. Once youíre out of the trainee role, this situation will be behind you, and the challenge and growth of your new position will await you, unencumbered by a trainer who apparently needs to learn more about training.