Are you looking for a flexible solution that fits around busy and changing schedules?
Our clients don’t want to waste money on cancellations. By being in-house, we have greater flexibility to easily reschedule training. Can’t make the training session at 9am? No problem, let’s reschedule to the next day and we’ll use the free time slot that is now free to support somebody else on-the-job.
Are your expectations of your staff changing?
Priorities and expectations are constantly evolving and our clients want to make sure that our training keeps up with these changes. Through regular review meetings, we can adapt and tailor both the overall training program and the actual content to reflect your changing needs.
Do you need to carefully manage training costs?
We help you to keep total training costs down by reducing “dead money” wasted on cancellations and no shows. Our clients are cost conscious about supplier fees and about the total training cost. We address both aspects with a transparent and extremely competitive rate. We make training more effective through relevance, plus we support day to day business through on-the-job training and support. We also take over time-consuming administration.
How do we help you manage the balance between quality and costs?
We share the idea with our clients that quality does not have to be traded off against costs. We work closely together with our clients to achieve this. By transforming in-house English training into a strategic decision, we achieve a commitment and volume which allows us to offer an hourly rate that is both competitive and sustainable. This in turn means that we can attract trainers who are qualified, experienced and committed professionals.
Are you spending too much money on translations and interpreters?
Working side-by-side with you, we make sure your document genuinely reflects your intended meaning and tone, and that your industry-specific terminology is used accurately. Do you find that external translators sometimes fail to understand the tone, or lack the industry-specific language? On-the job training typically involves working with your documents. It also means you learn by doing. The next time you’ll be more confident and effective when writing alone.