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A student manual or textbook for use during and after the class.
Instruction from an experienced business professional (minimum of 30 years) with at least five years in a corporate senior management position (CEO, President, COO, Vice President, CFO).
Real-life exercises to support training materials.
Personalized Certificate of Completion.
On-site training is for five or more students. For individual training check out our public classes.
Employee training classes take place in the privacy of your company’s or organization's facility. Students can interact with other members of your company or organization to learn the latest business practices and procedures. Your instructor will be an experienced business professional using facilitative training methods and materials. Who knows...you might even learn something yourself!
If having your employees away from their jobs for one or more days creates a problem, we offer the following options:
Many businesses belong to a business and/or trade association. We often schedule classes for these groups as a cost-saving measure for its members. For example, the individual cost of a one day class is $649.00, for ten it is $422.10 each participant, and for 20 participants it is all the way down to $292.55 per participant. As you can see, there is a significant cost saving for on-site classes. Why not suggest an on-site class at your next meeting? Our account managers are available to make a presentation to your group on request.
On-site training class cost is based on the number of participants. On-site training classes are scheduled at your convenience. On-site training classes are offered anywhere within the United States, Canada, and any country deemed safe by the U. S. State Department. Classes are available instructor-led or by live interactive webinar. Please contact customer service at 888-632-2093 for a quote.
On-site training webinars are conducted in a conference room, either at your facility or a rented meeting room, that is large enough to accommodate all the employees. The class presentation is projected on a screen and over a speaker system. This way the employees can interact with each other, ask questions, and participate in group activities. A designated representative of your company will facilitate the training.
If your company doesn’t have five students to qualify for group training at your facility, your company can be a corporate sponsor of the training at your facility. How it works:
The corporate sponsor provides a training room, with a large flat screen monitor, that can accommodate six - ten students. The corporate sponsor will receive one free student registration as compensation
Sales And Marketing
Call Center Training
Internet Marketing Fundamentals
Media and Public Relations
Overcoming Sales Objections
Trade Show Staff Training
Supervisors And Managers
Budgets and Financial Reports
Lean Process and Six Sigma
MRO Planning and Scheduling
Office Politics for Managers
Train the Trainer
Virtual Team Building and
Civility in the Workplace
Customer Service for Healthcare Professionals
Delivering Constructive Criticism
Risk Assessment and Management
Safety in the Workplace
Teamwork and Team Building