Customized Training Solutions vs. Off-The-Shelf Courses

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Kellye Whitney
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Customized Training Solutions vs. Off-The-Shelf Courses

When considering your options for software development training, it is important to make sure the course aligns with your team’s experience, the projects they are working on, and their learning goals. However, this can be difficult when most training out there is designed with a “one size fits all” approach.

These “off-the-shelf” courses are being delivered over and over again with no consideration of the team’s background or needs. When someone calls, they brush the dust off the outline and workbooks, and deliver what they call a “dedicated class.”

But what is dedicated about that?

At DevelopIntelligence, we don’t agree with this “one size fits all” mindset. All of our instructor-led training solutions are highly-customized around the team’s experience, current projects, and learning goals to make our courses are as relevant and effective as possible. We understand that each team is comprised of individuals, with different learning needs, and that the software your building is unique. Now that’s what we call dedicated.

The software you’re building is unique…shouldn’t your learning be unique as well?

Don’t take our word for it. Check out what past students are saying on our website or LinkedIn page. We’ve delivered customized training solutions to over 43,000 developers worldwide, including North America, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East.  Our on-site and virtual delivery options offer the hands-on training and flexibility that organizations demand today, making us the leader in customized software development training solutions.

If you have any questions or would like more information on DevelopIntelligence’s highly-customized learning solutions, you can speak with a consultant today at (877) 629-5631, or email.