Programming in the large allows composition of processes executing code written using programming in the small. Traditionally, systems supporting programming in the large have included interpreters of OS command languages, but today, with the emergence of collaborative 'big data' science, these systems also include cyberinfrastructures, which allow computations to be carried out on remote machines in the 'cloud'. The rationale for these systems, even the traditional command interpreters, is human-centric computing, as they are designed to support quick, interactive development and execution of process workflows. Some cyberinfrastructures extend this human-centricity by also providing manipulation of visualizations of these workflows. To further increase the human-centricity of these systems, we have started a new project on cyber training - instruction in the use of command languages and visual components of cyberinfrastructures. Our objective is to provide scalable remote awareness of trainees' progress and difficulties, as well as collaborative and automatic resolution of their difficulties. Our current plan is to provide awareness based on a subway workflow metaphor, allow a trainer to collaborate with multiple trainees using a single instance of a command interpreter, and combine research in process and interaction workflows to support automatic help.