It is not uncommon to hear complains from many students about the training centers or trainers after joining the course or after completing the course. Here are some of the complains we hear often
- Our trainer asked us to pay extra for training material which should be given free as part of the training program
- After completing the training, trainer is not responding to my email queries or phone calls
- Why should we buy software separately, I thought training institute supposed to give free
- They didn’t cover the topics I was expecting
To avoid these issues and to choose trainer wisely, you should ask following questions. Here each point can become itself a seperate topic but we can deeper in later blogs.
1. What Contents do you cover as part of this training program?
This is the most basic thing, you should have given the clear content list what the trainer is going to cover in the class. One better way for you to assess the quality and quantity of the content list is look for other training institutes curriculum and compare with them. For marketing, trainers may publish all the things in the world as part of the training program, but by explicitly asking them to send an email with content list, you can demand for the topics they promised. (more…)
November 4, 2012 | cheapadmin
Even though you are an excellent trainer or your institute has the best trainers, the main challenge is still attracting potential students. As a general practice, you will list the courses and the content list of each course. I am not saying that is wrong, but I want to ask you a question – what else you can offer to the potential students? Here are some things you can do to build your online credibility.
Showcase your experience: including how many years you have been working or training in a specific area. I know you may not want to show your list of clients and employer names, but still you can still list the industries. For example, “ I have twelve years of experience in SAP Basis and have served various companies from industries that include finance, consumer goods, automobiles.” (more…)
September 21, 2012 | cheapadmin
If you are like me, you will first try to learn a new skill by yourself, either by buying a book or searching online for free stuff. This is not wrong, but it has some issues. Here I’ll explain the pros of both self-learning and paid learning, as well as why you should look for paid training rather than participating in self-learning.
Self-learning is good in the following situations:
September 20, 2012 | cheapadmin
- You are not in a rush and you don’t mind spending months or years to learn a new skill
- You have access to required resources including the new software, applications, and learning materials
- You have access to subject matter experts (SMEs) in that IT area who are ready to give your guidance and help you when you are stuck (more…)