In-house Training – Bringing Training to your Location
If you have three or more people with the same training requirement, then think about bringing a course to you at your chosen location. Any of the courses in our course catalogue can be customised to suit your requirements, and if you can’t see what you’re looking for, we will be happy to discuss building a new course, from scratch, for your organisation.
Dramatic Cost Savings
In-house training offers a low-cost alternative to attendance at public training events. We charge discounted rates for standard in-house training rather than charging a flat rate per delegate as we do for public courses. Therefore, substantial cost savings can be achieved, even with a low number of delegates. And by bringing a course or programme of training to you at your chosen location, you avoid the additional time and significant cost penalties related to travel and subsistence.
Bringing training in-house allows you to maximise your training value through delivery of materials directly relevant to your objectives and by immersing all your team in the training. Unlike public courses, where delegates come from different backgrounds and have different personal objectives, we will tailor content so it is directly relevant to your business, and we will work at a pace that suits you.
In-house courses put you in control and give you the flexibility to arrange training that fits in with your work demands by arranging a time that suits you and at your location of choice. This may be in the familiar surroundings of your office environment, or at a venue away from the office. In principle, there are no limits on the number of delegates that might attend an in-house course, other than those dictated by the constraints of content, space and comfort. However, we may recommend a delegate limit to ensure that everyone receives adequate personal attention.
In-house training has one final edge over public training. All our in-house events are conducted in a framework of “non-disclosure” and this means that topics that cannot be aired in a public forum can be discussed discreetly at an in-house event.
In-house training has extra edge over public training. All our in-house events are conducted in a framework of “non-disclosure” and this means that topics that cannot be aired in a public forum can be discussed discreetly at an in-house event.