#1: How can I pay for the course?
Our website links to EventBrite where you can choose to pay via PayPal or credit card. Alternatively you can pay by invoice by simply emailing us your details.
#2: How long does the course last?
The full day courses last from 9:30am till 3:30pm. The half day courses last from 9:30am till 12:30pm.
#3: How many delegates will be on the course?
We usually have approximately 12 attendees on each course.
#4: Can I book more than one attendee on the course?
Yes absolutely. Though if you want to book more than 6 attendees it would be recommended have the training onsite at your business.
#5: Is lunch provided on the course?
On the full day course a buffet lunch is prepared. On the half day course refreshments are provided throughout the morning.
#6: Do I get the course material for reference?
Yes certainly. All of the material included in the course will be available to you after the course has ended. If you want any additional materials please don’t hesitate to ask.
#7: Can I bring my laptop/tablet to the workshop?
Of course. However please make sure they are on a setting where they don’t disturb the workshop session.
#1: How much does it cost for onsite training?
To have this course delivered in the North East and Yorkshire it would cost £795 (plus VAT). If you are outside of the North East and Yorkshire, we charge a travel fee for which we can quote for.
#2: I can’t take all my staff out of work can I have the course delivered over 2 days?
Of course. Many businesses have had the same course delivered over two days and half of their staff on each day.
#3: Can you tailor the course to make it exclusive to my business?
Yes absolutely. We will have a conference call with you beforehand to discuss in detail what specific challenges your business is facing and how we can help.
#4: What guarantee is there that the course will work?
A one day training course doesn’t work. After the training session we will have a meeting with yourself to discuss how we can continue to help your team so that they can continue to use the skills they have learned.