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Custom corporate training to
fit your organization's goals!

Bring McMaster University¡¯s professional programs to your workplace.

How to Get Started with McMaster Corporate Training

The first step in taking on a corporate training initiative at your organization is determining if it is the right choice for your needs and most importantly - if you are ready to get the most out of this opportunity.

Here are a few items to consider before launching an group education initiative:

  • What are our goals?
  • Are these goals connected to our strategic plan?
  • What is our budget?
  • When is the best time for the team to begin a new learning program?
  • What is our change management strategy? New knowledge creates change; how will we navigate this?
  • How will we identify participants? Are there power or political dynamics present that may affect the group?
  • How will we communicate the expectations with the participants?

Contact our Business Development Manager for a custom needs assessment to get started!

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What our Clients Say...

  •  “Our experience partnering with McMaster was extremely positive. The staff demonstrated a keen understanding of our training and development needs and tailored a program to fit. We received exceptional service from the consultation phase through to program completion.”
  • “The quality of instruction was unmatched and the use of a variety of instructional methods greatly enhanced the knowledge transfer to the workplace.”
  •  “Working with McMaster allowed us to mount a quality and complex program with few internal resources. The experience has been smooth, communication has been excellent, and the quality has been outstanding.”
  • “The Program addresses real life challenges that face this organization. Having teams working with senior management to develop thoughtful solutions to these challenges has been an excellent learning experience for participants and a benefit to the organization.”