Seminar Types

Delivery Options

On-Site Classes

The traditional classroom seminar is still the delivery type that brings the most intensive immersion and knowledge transfer. It allows for hands-on group exercises and discussions.

Often, a secondary benefit is that it brings together employees who normally have much less time to talk with each other.


Virtual Training

Online classes need experienced trainers, appropriate software, and professional hardware. We have all of that. 

We use a number of platforms to choose from:

  • GoToMeeting
  • Zoom Meetings
  • Zoom Webinars
  • Microsoft Teams
Alternatively, we are happy to use customers' platforms.


Hybrid Seminars

This mixed approach performs the seminar on-site, but allows participants to attend remotely as an alternative option. 

Hybrid seminars make it even possible for attendees to spend a part of the seminar time in class and some other time remotely.

While this kind of training is challenging for the trainer and requires appropriate hardware, its added flexibility is welcome for many customers. 


Fitness for Purpose

Into Practice Classes

The purpose of these classes is to introduce students to terminology, methods, tools, techniques, approaches, and behaviors that help them run better projects (internally and cross-corporate).

Typical elements include:

  • Lecture
  • Discussion
  • Hands-on group exercises

Certification Prep Seminars

The primary purpose of exam preparation seminars is to help attendees become fit for a formal test. Other purposes include widening the horizon and learning techniques and terminology.

Typical elements include:

  • Lecture
  • Discussion
  • Work on practice questions

Roll-out Training

Project Management Offices (PMOs) and Centers of Excellence (CoEs) for Project Business are tasked to develop process assets (frameworks and methodologies). 

To roll out their work across the organization and teach project managers in its use, the PMOs need capable trainers. 

Typical elements include:

  • Lecture
  • Discussion
  • Group exercises on the use of the assets