Classroom Training

With the emergence of new learning formats that promise to the change the face of IT training forever, classroom training needs to evolve in order to stay relevant in a competitive and dynamic ecosystem.

Harnessing the evergreen potential of classroom training requires training providers to amplify learning outcomes by sharpening the edge of a face-to-face interaction – which is exactly where we step in and make the learning count.

As passionate visionaries and problem solvers, we’re driven by our motivation to leverage the unique ability of classroom training to create a great space for constructive dialogue between the trainer and the trainee – that allows participants to gain guidance in a timely manner, learn how to solve complex on-the-job problems, understand the tips of the trade and join an ever-expanding, lifelong collaborative network of fellow participants.

 

Features & Benefits

  • Dismantling Silos: Getting people from varying backgrounds and learning abilities in a classroom helps break down silos that inhibit functional dialogue and cooperation.
  • Guarantee of Completion: Unlike other forms of on-demand learning that can be picked-up and put down repeatedly and potentially never reaching completion, the probability of candidates completing their learning objectives – that too in a time bound manner – is almost always guaranteed.
  • Faster Problem Solving: The beauty about our classroom training is that it is interactive and builds a project-based learners’ group that facilitates and accelerates problem solving.
  • Productive Environment: Students with similar professional interests can follow structured learning and benefit from the experience and knowledge shared by others.
  • Better Focus: Employees attending an instructor-led classroom training are able to focus to ‘live training’ better because they have fewer distractions and are more accountable to what is being taught.
  • Adaptability: Instructors can adapt the training modules to address the specific needs – or one particular problem area of individual participants in the classroom, where some of them may get stuck.
  • Individual Attention: Classroom training allows instructors to observe subtle signs among individual learners – such as body language – and proactively offer help during breaks or after-hours, something which is not feasible in remote learning.
  • Better RoI: A win-win situation for both parties because you get exactly what you pay for, and obtain better results in a condensed manner as compared to self-study, where it is common for learners to begin and stop training, thus causing lower retention.