Instruct workers in painting decorations on dinnerware.
What does a Decorating Instructor do?
Instructs workers in painting decorations on plates, bowls, saucers, and other bisque dinnerware: Demonstrates decorating techniques, such as brush stroking, color mixing and blending, and design highlighting to trainees. Explains procedures for adding water or glycerine to obtain prescribed consistency of paint. Evaluates and prepares reports of trainees’ progress during various stages of training program. Recommends advancement, transfer, or termination of trainees to management. Consults with management and engineering personnel and recommends new techniques for improving quality of decorating process. May maintain production reports and attendance records.