Who are you? You may represent a community college, university, a technical college, or a private provider of training. You might work for a professional association, or a recreation department. You might be a business who has decided to reassess the role of training for its employees.
Whoever you are, it’s likely that you’ve been asked to do more with less, and that you’re looking for a way to do that. And, if you’re like most people, you’ll wonder how that’s going to happen, because you’ll have the sense that you’re already working as hard as you can doing what you’re already doing.
And then, you’ll hear about this idea — Contract Training. Selling educational services. And you will hear that it can be profitable. Very profitable.
With a sense of excitement, you’ll begin to piece together the puzzle of what it would mean for your organiza- tion to offer contract training. If you’re like most people, you’ll wish you could find a map. A plan. A simple guide to success.
- Finances and Budgeting
- Team Selling
- Client Analysis
- Real World Selling
- Pricing Contract Training
- Needs Assessments
- Quality Assurance
- Teaming with the Right Instructors
- Return on Investment
- Marketing Contracts Training