Course Delivery Options
Our classroom, located in Southfield in the beautiful state of Michigan, is generally the recommended option. It has a computer for every student, fully setup with all the necessary software, and is always well-stocked with snacks. It offers a distraction-free learning environment along with a rare chance to network with other Quality professionals embarking on the same journey. There are reasonably priced hotels in the area and lots of great restaurants nearby for attendees to wind down in after their stimulating day of training. See Directions and Lodging.
Your classroom is likely to be more economical than our classroom if you have 4 or more students to be trained and they would otherwise have to take a flight to our Southfield office. It doesn’t need to be fancy, just equipped with a computer for each student and projection capability for our instructor. Our trainers are often booked 6 weeks into the future so, if this option appeals to you, we suggest you get in touch with us as soon as you’ve decided to use this delivery method.
The virtual classroom enables our instructor in our classroom to train your students in your classroom. Though it sacrifices some of the intangibles of in-person training, it avoids travel expenses and consequently comes at a reduced price. It is particularly suitable as refresher training for employees who have been through classroom training but want a review of some of the concepts covered in the class. It is also good to quickly ramp-up new users on a few key points until they can breakaway to attend a classroom session, and to update experienced users on new WinSPC features such as the soon-to-be-released Multi-Variate Analyzer.
Recorded training is a delivery method for customers who have a severely limited training budget. Like the Virtual Classroom, it also is an option for users who have been to classroom training but would like to brush up on a point or two from that training or users who need to master a few points until they can attend a classroom session. A genuinely committed student can get a lot out of recorded training.