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Collaborative Training – Shared Training – Public Sector Training – Special Interest Training – Third Sector Training
Are you a small team or one with a limited training budget? Do you know other like-minded organisations in your area who may share your training requirements?
If so, then why not consider joining forces and bringing one of Mindgrove’s courses to you, in house, at a time and venue of your choosing. We have run numerous collaborative events over the years and they have all been highly successful. This approach to training works particularly well for small local businesses, for example, local authorities who, due to small team numbers or tight budgetary constraints, could not afford the training they need alone.
Here’s how it works: The host organisation will take the lead in organising the event – liaising with the collaborating organisation/s to recruit course attendees, liaising with Mindgrove to make sure the course content accurately and effectively addresses your training needs, and finding a suitable venue. This could be your office, the collaborating organisation’s office, or perhaps a local hotel.
By sharing the costs, this approach to training gives you cost effective access to professional training, and the opportunity to focus on your specific requirements, issues or areas of interest.
You don’t have to choose one of our standard courses: we will be happy to discuss your training needs in detail and develop a course or training programme in line with your shared organisational goals and training objectives.
This type of event offers excellent value for money by allowing you to share the costs with other organisations, and gives you control over every aspect of your training budget. And, when you work with Mindgrove, you will find that your overall costs are a fraction of what they would have been, had you sent staff off to a public course at a distant location.
Get in Touch
If you are interested in bringing one of our courses to you in house then please get in touch by calling us on 01925 730 200, by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or by submitting your enquiry using the form below.