Is the InCorporate Trainer the right solution for you?

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I need the training so that our employees can do their job better in English. How relevant will the training be?

You should expect a professional teacher to select appropriate off-the-shelf books and materials that are in some way connected to the skills you want to learn.

The InCorporate Trainer concept is all about improving your actual performance on the job.  We‘ll watch you perform, identify improvement areas, and develop practical training using  the 70-20-10  approach to learning. You benefit from group training, seminars, 1-to-1’s PLUS on-the-job support, shadowing & coaching  – all supported by feedback!

How flexible is the trainer and training? I really don’t want to waste money on cancellations.

With weekly group sessions (classes) cancellation fees are standard. You get exactly what you pay for.

The InCorporate Trainer fits around your changing schedule and is flexible in the how and when. This includes on-the-job support and shadowing as well as groups, 1-to-1s and seminars. If somebody cancels the trainer uses the time  elsewhere.

How can we measure the return on our training investment?

Feedback forms (“happy sheets”) are the norm. You can also “test” knowledge with off-the-shelf exams or “end of chapter” tests.

You ‘ll get ROI evidence which includes not just satisfaction and learning BUT also behavior changes and tangible on the job results. Our certified experts can work with you to build a practical approach.

What level of commitment do I need to make?

Weekly group sessions require a basic commitment. You typically book “courses” which will last for 2-3 months.  Then you book another course. And another.

Implementing an InCorporate Trainer solution does require genuine commitment.   You can balance this by setting up a pilot program and using the opportunity to judge if the solution is right for you.

How much should I expect to invest?

Prices vary depending upon country, city, supplier and volume. Somewhere between €58 and €75 euros per 60 minutes is standard in Germany (2016).

€56 for 1 hour (60 minutes).  A full time InCorporate Trainer can handle between 70 – 100 participants. This means an entire year of training, is less than €999 per person.

For example:

Isabelle, a team leader, has a training session between 10.00 – 11.00 on Mondays. Something urgent comes up and she needs to join a Skype meeting with her Indian colleagues.


She will need to cancel the training and pay a cancellation fee.

She has multiple options

  • She can easily reschedule directly with her trainer - at no extra cost
  • Her trainer can suggest a longer session next week - at no extra cost
  • Her InCorporate Trainer can shadow her in action in the meeting and provide her with individual feedback