Kentucky is known for horse racing, and bourbon. In fact, Knoxville is the birthplace of bourbon. Kentucky also produces moonshine, coal, Corvettes, tobacco, and bluegrass music. It originated our Mother's Day holiday, and is home to the world's largest gold repository, and longest cave. Kentucky's symbols include cardinals, goldenrod, tulip poplar trees, thoroughbred horses, and gray squirrels. Local confections include mint julep, deviled eggs, spoon bread, goetta, burgoo, modjeskas, sorghum, beer cheese, derby pie, and corn pudding. Remember your friends back home. Buy bourbon & native freshwater pearl souvenirs. While there, why not plan time to visit Mammoth Cave, or Fort Knox? Kentucky cities near most of our training and consulting work are shown below. Would any be a convenient location for your training? If yes, select one to see available classes and dates. If not, no problem. Click "Contact" in the menu bar (above), and we will come to you.