Business leaders understand that when training is done well, it can result in improved skills and performance, increased morale and attitudes, and impacts the bottom-line through better productivity.

The design, development and delivery of that training is critical to success.

Whether you have subject matter experts who need to train others on products, internal trainers who would like to improve their delivery with instructor-led training , technical training that needs to be more engaging and interactive, or your organization would like to identify more blended learning solutions.

DiSC Assessment Certification Training – Become DiSC Certified

Many organizations use DiSC® as a fundamental tool to improve communication and relationships.

If you would like to drive a stronger focus on taking DiSC® from the classroom to application in real-life situations, an effective option may be to certify trainers, managers, or coaches to improve understanding of DiSC® concepts.

Learn the essential skills to effectively administer and interpret DiSC® profiles and reports, enhance workshops and coaching sessions using DiSC® concepts and activities, and add value to communication throughout the organization.

Keep the DiSC® concepts alive with this two day, interactive, fun and educational workshop.

Train-the-Technical Trainers Training Workshop – How to Design and Present Technical Training

Technical trainers are often subject matter experts who have been given responsibilities to teach others their knowledge and expertise.

The problem is that no one has prepared them to create and deliver training that goes beyond demonstration and lecture and focuses on application and practice.

This interactive workshop provides a hands-on approach to understanding adult learning, the art of asking questions and facilitating discussion, how to incorporate activities that enhance learning, and design and develop materials that will supplement discussion.

How to Design & Present On-the-Job Training

Does your on-the-job training involve teaming up a senior employee with a new employee and hoping that necessary skills, standard operating procedures and company goal knowledge is transferred?

Effective on-the-job training requires a process, goals and assessments to ensure that knowledge will be learned, remembered and utilized.