As the TrainingPros Vice President of Enterprise Learning Solutions, David Amborski serves markets and clients throughout the United States. Over his long career, he has developed extensive experience in the information technology, manufacturing, oil & gas, utilities, financial services, healthcare, higher education, pharmaceuticals, mining & metals, transportation, and retail sectors. David’s primary areas of learning & development expertise are leadership development, executive & career coaching, project management, change management, performance consulting, Six Sigma quality, Business Process Improvement and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems.
Prior to joining TrainingPros, David worked for Union Carbide Corp, IBM, Deloitte Consulting, Bank of America, Ciber Consulting, and Virtual Consulting Solutions. He is active in the American Society for Quality (ASQ), Association for Talent Development (ATD), Lean Process Improvement, Six Sigma, Certified Master Training, and American user groups for SAP, Oracle, PeopleSoft, and Infor. David’s passions are spending time with his family and friends, classic car restoration, traveling, and enjoying good food, a cigar, and a Scotch. With his prowess in ensuring organizations get the most out of their ERP investments, TrainingPros is delighted to have David on board to serve our clients’ needs.
The best of New York: pizza, French fries, cheeseburgers, Italian sausage & pepper sandwiches, hot dogs, pastrami on rye – the foodie list goes on!
Bagger and stock clerk at a large local supermarket for minimum wage
House on a lake in upstate New York with a boat for the summer THEN a house in Hawaii for the winter
When completing my degree, I worked at Union Carbide and drove 40 miles to work, 40 miles to school and 40 miles back home four nights a week for two plus years to complete my courses. And I was an active member of the NY Army National Guard. At the graduation ceremony, I gave my tassel and diploma to my late wife and daughter (who was 8 at the time) since it was their sacrifice that allowed me to achieve my goal. I am forever grateful to them both.
DJ or Ski
“Hope is not a strategy.”