Customized In-House Training
ZweigWhite is a leading provider of customized in-house training and development programs for architecture, engineering, planning and environmental consulting firms. In today's competitive marketplace, a well-trained workforce will help your firm stay on top when faced with challenges or opportunities. Leaders of todayï¿½s most successful firms have discovered that targeted in-house programs can provide their staff and the firm with the best and most cost-effective professional development training.
In-house training sessions are facilitated by ZweigWhite principals who have industry-specific experience and technical know-how. These consultants have worked with countless architecture, engineering, and environmental consulting firms, helping them overcome business challenges and achieve success. Now you can schedule them to work directly with your staff, right in your office.
We work directly with you to evaluate and benchmark your needs. Then we transition that information into an action-plan in order to custom-tailor training programs that address and exceed the specific needs of your firm. The end result is a higher retention rate for your firm, increased productivity, and a dynamic work environment that enables individuals to succeed while contributing to their firm's success.
The following open-enrollment seminars are available as customized in-house programs:
- Best Practices in A/E Firm Project Management
- Leadership Skills for A/E Firm Principals
- Financial Management for Non-Financial Managers
Individual segments of our A/E firm management seminar, The Principals Academy, can also be scheduled for presentation in your firm. Please call or email for details.
To discuss your specific needs, please contact Christine Brack at 508.318.5033 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
You can also qualify for professional development credit. ZweigWhite is registered with the AIA Continuing Education System (AIA/CES) and is committed to developing quality learning activities in accordance with the CES criteria.