Career educationI am Eiman Rahnama, an Iranian student from Tehran on the Consultant Levels program at the Hubbard College of Administration (HCA), Los Angeles, CA. Have you ever run into a bug (slang for a stop or snarl in the way of production) and didn’t know how to handle it? Or, you tried to handle it but it was not the correct handling? Well, I have the answer for you! This course “Professional Product Debug Course” has all the tools an executive, manager, or even an employee needs to handle these stops in their production area. In my life, I have encountered many stops (bugs) and a lot of times I didn’t know how to handle them so I either gave up or had to go through tremendous effort to “debug” and handle it. Imagine, you are trying to set up an organization and suddenly you hit a stop, nothing is happening, your staff can’t produce; some of your staff are goofing off and slacking etc. What do you do at this point? Do you stop? Do you hire more personnel? Do you fire everyone and start all over again? What should you do? The most basic thing that you MUST do is inspect the bugged area. Observe what’s happening, look don’t listen to what your staff have to say, find out for yourself. You may be surprised at what you find! After you do this step, sometimes you will find the snarl and be able to handle it right there and production will start to happen! If not then you need to come to Hubbard College of Administration to start your career education and take this course! This course contains a checklist that you can apply to pinpoint the bugs in an area and indicate how to handle them! I would like to know, what are some other ways executives try to handle the bugs in their area, and does it always work and give results? With the technology in this course, you can have this certainty. Hubbard College of Administration is a self-paced business school that offers an exceptional business administration curriculum, unique learning technology, life-changing apprenticeships and internships, assistance with job placement and a lifetime warranty for students.  My next course is the “Data Series Evaluator’s Course.”