This is an excellent list. Since you're at this company you also have the benefit of being able to use real-life examples rather than the cookie cutter ones typically found in books. (With good reason, but still...)
You don't say if this is your main job or not. If it's not, I can't imagine the company that's blowing $150K monthly on consultants would be averse to bringing in one of the many perl trainers (or training teams) for a week-long, full-time course. (See the PerlMongers training page for some companies, although the fact that merlyn is always here might tilt you toward Stonehenge :-) Training properly is hard, and these folks have tons of experience with situations like this. Plus they have time-tested materials that take a long time to get right.
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