The Problem

We understand you have experienced ‘Training Intermediaries’ do the following
  • Sell you an opportunity to conduct a ‘Training Solution’ for a leading corporate that turns out to be a ‘mom and pop shop’.
  • Paint a picture about the corporate:
    • Being very picky about Trainers
    • Being very tight lipped about sharing the Training gaps
    • Being conservative about sharing the feedback
    • Being very non-inclusive for any unbiased views/opinions
  • Offer you little or no context behind ‘Why’ a training intervention is called for
  • Release your fees only after payment from corporate’s finance
  • Treat you as yet another ‘Training Resource’