Teachers who have the job of teaching training lessons that are directly associated with the student's future career may feel that they have a lot of weight on their shoulders. But of course, as with anything being taught, most of the weight should be placed on the student as these students are generally adults by this point and can take more responsibility for themselves.
That is not to say though that these teachers have nothing to do with how well the students perform. For a teacher to not get too drained from the job, they need to remember that they can only do so much and when what they teach is done in the best possible manner, they have successfully done their part. As long as a teacher who is teaching training lessons cares and does their best to pass this feeling onto the students, they are doing a great deal of good for everyone involved.
Helping To Motivate
Part of a teacher's job is to motivate the students to want to learn. By reminding the classroom that your teaching training lessons is important because it will greatly affect their future is a good way to grab attention. What would a doctor do if they did not listen in school? Remembering that in order to succeed in their future they must listen now is a great way to get attention and to get everyone motivated. This will not only make the job for the one teaching training lessons easier but is a personal reward because you will be a part of making sure these students are a true benefit to society. Motivating yourself as a teacher will help the students as they will start to mimic your dedication and excitement and that is what teaching is all about when it comes down to it.