Think about your coworkers who are in similar job roles. How do you compare in terms of your skills?
Each person has their own strengths and weaknesses. Each person has a different path to get to where they are today. Even professionals in the same job function may have different skill sets.
This type of misalignment could pose a risk for an organization.
Private Group Training (PGT) reduces this risk. Private Group Training (PGT) is a great way for like-minded colleagues to meet up in front of a subject matter expert, especially when it involves high-priority skills and high-risk. PGT, also known by onsite training, coordinates the group to eliminate any differences between skill sets.

Book a session via virtual means of PGT
Private Group Training allows you to take control of your training and avoid distractions. You can enjoy the same personalized group experience, but in a virtual environment. Skills development can be achieved even if people are unable or unwilling to travel.

PGT helps your team develop a common language
PGT has all the advantages of traditional instructor-led training. This includes expert engagement, structure and peer-to–peer communication. All students become co-workers and share the same goals and responsibilities, rather than being strangers in your classroom. Training is a team-building exercise. Training together allows co-workers and their jobs to be better. They also work better together after the training is over.
Samuel Brown, Global Knowledge instructor, said that onsite training provides opportunities for colleagues to learn new ways of communicating with one another.
Brown stated that the obvious advantage of the onsite environment was being able to group students based on similar projects. This allows them to discuss and apply the content to their work in a small group without sharing details in an open forum.

Contextualized training to support projects of high priority
PGT creates an environment that is customized to each member’s needs. You can adapt the content and discussion to meet customer-specific requirements. This is ideal for groups that are working together on a campaign, or project. It also includes a custom curriculum, which allows for open discussion about company information.
When discussing a topic, we have found that students aren’t always comfortable sharing details about their jobs or the environment. You have more freedom in PGT to discuss specific deployment expectations for each environment.
Global Knowledge instructor Daniel Cummins stated that “When I teach a course public, there are people who come from different companies and different industries.” To accommodate these students, my teaching style must be neutral. “If all my students are in the same company and have the same industry, I can tailor the teaching to their individual needs. They might be able to request that we cover specific topics outside of the course content in order to meet their needs. We cannot do this in public training.

Flexible PGT
This is your chance to personalize your learning experience.
How many members of your team will need training? PGT can be scaled up to large or small groups.
Do you prefer to train on site? With PGT, you can choose the training site. You can choose to train in a traditional classroom or virtual class. We also offer training on naval vessels.

PGT won’t break your bank
PGT courses tend to have higher rates than public training courses. It is also less expensive per student and includes travel for instructors.
Cummins stated that companies can save money by having an instructor come and teach a group of employees instead of sending them individually to a training center.

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