Some students who are enrolled in instructional design and technology (ID&T) programs, upon first learning about human performance technology, feel that their training will not adequately prepare them to perform the many tasks listed in Figure 14.1. However, many graduates of ID&T programs now refer to themselves as performance improvement specialists, and/or engage in many of the activities listed in Figure 14.1. With the help of a faculty member, identify two graduates of your program who now consider themselves to have some expertise in HPT. Interview these individuals and try to ascertain (a) what HPT skills they employ, and (b) how they acquired those skills. Write a brief report describing your findings. Conclude the report by providing an assessment of how you think you might go about acquiring these skills.