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Canadian Management Centre offers flexible delivery options. Depending on the needs of your target audience and the focus of your curriculum, you can choose the best-fit for your audience and the desired learning experience.
Instructor - Led Classroom
This is the traditional face-to-face method of delivery brings together a group of participants and an expert facilitator for a specified duration ranging from a ½ day to 3+ days. Our classroom sessions are designed to be highly interactive and relevant to the needs of the audience. Instructor-Led Classroom sessions continue to be the most popular modality. Participants enjoy the in-person interaction, sharing of diverse experiences, networking with their peers, and applying their learning in a safe environment with the benefit of real-time coaching and feedback from their facilitator.
Sometimes it’s just reality that getting time away from the office, or giving up your staff for a few days during the hectic workweek is close to impossible. So how then do you ensure you’re paying attention to you and your staffs development needs? Welcome to our ‘Weekenders’ program. We're serious about giving you options - options that allow you and your team to take courses and reach your goals when it works for you. For many weekends are the perfect time to reinvigorate, inspire and propel new leaders- with a minimum impact on time away from the business.
A virtual classroom is a live, interactive session using web conference technology to engage learners. These pre-scheduled sessions offer an alternative and effective approach to reach a broader target audience. Delivered by one of our expert facilitators, these sessions are designed to replicate many of the same benefits of an instructor-led classroom session while eliminating the need for travel and the cost of training facilities.
e-learning programs leverage technology to provide access to content anytime, anywhere. This mode can be engaged to provide a self-study option or reference tool for participants to offer just-in-time access to information when they need it. e-Learning programs can be developed as independent learning programs or as a blended learning tool to support instructor-led or virtual classroom sessions.
Director of Interactive Solutions
St. Joseph Communications
" I enjoyed the class size & relaxed environment. "
" Networking with other financial professionals provided valuable information and insight into specific issues and suggested resolutions. In addition, information on web sites and other information resources was helpful. "