Instructor-led training

Instructor led, in-person training can be a great way to develop soft skills, such as negotiation and sales skills, and hands-on skills.   

 

Instructor led training is a effective option if you have a small audience in a few locations.

Blended training

Blended training combines instructor-led, virtual and/or self-paced training. 

Blended training uses the strengths of each delivery method to ensure learning and performance effectiveness. Done right, a blended learning program can produce cost savings.

Virtual training

Virtual instructor led training can be a great way to develop soft skills or to introduce complex concepts or processes.​

Virtual instructor led training is a cost-effective option if you have a larger audience that's geographically spread apart. 

Training games

Games are a great way to reinforce other training programs.  Want to make your training more engaging and more effective? Games provide active learning that has been proven to also increase long-term knowledge recall. 

Self-paced online training

Self-paced online training  is a great way to learn technical, procedural and conceptual information.

 

Self-paced online training is a cost-effective option if you have a larger audience that's geographically spread apart.

On the job training

Rather than showing employees presentations or giving them worksheets, let people learn about the job by doing it. This training happens at the workplace, with guidance from a supervisor, manager, or another knowledgeable employee.