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Open Enrolment Training: A catalyst for impactful learning

At Canadian Management Centre, we believe when it comes to learning the old hat lecture method went out around the same time as overhead transparencies and chalkboards. It’s why 70% of classroom experience is based on our dynamic Open Enrolment Training approach – with real-life interaction, examples, case-studies, assessments, practice and discussions aimed at connecting participants, opening lines of communication, shortening learning curves and elevating thinking.

And Canadian Management Centre Open Enrolment courses don’t only benefit individual attendees – the entire organization gains from their learning and leadership training experience. 

Our Open Enrolment Training approach includes:

  • Intimate class sizes with personal attention
  • Global knowledge delivered by a local expert for true workplace impact
  • Networking and learning from those in similar situations, but from different industries and organizations for expanded points of view
  • A safe learning environment where it's all right to admit what you don’t know and get help to close those gaps
     

Open Enrolment achieves results

The numbers speak for themselves:

  • 99.8% of our attendees would recommend our courses to a colleague
  • 99% agree their course was a good value for their time

Benefits of Open Enrolment

Training Canadian HR Professionals and Managers Trust Sending their Staff to

When you send your staff to Canadian Management Centre Open Enrolment courses you can do so with confidence.  No other Canadian training organization is trusted by HR professionals and managers alike to fulfill individual staff training needs. 

Your staff benefit from:

  • Intimate class sizes with personal attention- for noticeable results
     
  • A base of global knowledge delivered by a local expert for true workplace impact
     
  • The ability to network and learn from those in similar situations, but from different industries and organizations for expanded points of view
     
  • A safe learning environment where its “okay” to admit what they don’t know and get assistance in closing those gaps

 

Open Enrolment Learning Approach 

We don’t believe in the lecture method as a solid base for learning.  70% of a Canadian Management Centre open-enrolment classroom experience is based on interaction, real-life examples, case-studies, assessment, practice and discussion.

 

Open Enrolment Results

  • 99.8% of our customers would recommend our courses to a colleague
     
  • 99% of all open enrolment attendees agree the “course was good value for their time

 



  • "  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.  "

  • Kiara Sol

  • "  Significantly exceeded my expectations. By far the best Unit have taken so far (I,II,III).  "

    Gordon Reed
    TMI

  • "  I enjoyed the hands-on case scenarios and the sharing of information with the other participants.  "

  • "  I enjoyed the pace, the knowledge and the background of the instructor and the fact that he shared his experiences. The size of the group was small. Also, the course helped identify where the gaps are in our succession planning program.  "

  • "  John – you will be remembered! Excellent interactive learning, audio visuals, content knowledge, presentation!  "

    Deborah Shannon
    Shannon Communications

  • "  The training was excellent; far more than I expected in terms of amount of information covered and the depth in which we were able to get into some of the topics.  "

    Sean De Vries
    Panasonic Canada

  • "  Knowledgeable. Excellent relationship with students.  "

  • "  I liked the fact that Harry covered not just the hard skills, but also the soft skills. He showed a real interest and went out of his way to help us learn.  "

  • "  The course really made one think, especially concerning what type of person you are and also the type of person your supervisor is.  "