Business Skills Training FAQs
- What are the Most Important Business Skills to Learn?
Here are the most important and hard-to-find business skills, according to a 2021 Wiley Survey of 600+ HR professionals:
- Critical Thinking
- Analytical Skills
- Emotional Intelligence
Webucator offers classes to help you build all these skills.
- How are Webucator classes delivered?
Webucator offers several options for business skills training:
- Public Classes: Open-enrollment sessions are delivered online in a virtual classroom. Anyone can register for public classes.
- Private Classes: Private training is delivered exclusively for your group and tailored to meet your needs. Class can be delivered on-location at your office or online via web conference.
- Self-Paced Classes: Self-paced courses are available 24/7 and include videos, readings, exercises and more.
- Who are the instructors?
Webucator instructors have decades of practical and/or classroom experience. Most of our business skills instructors have held executive management positions at large organizations. Others have many years of experience consulting with hundreds of organizations including Fortune 500, government, and SMBs. You can always request a phone call with your instructor before purchasing a class.
- What are the classes like?
Webucator classes are hands-on and interactive. Our business skills courses include case study discussions, critical-thinking exercises, practical templates, and more.
- Why Webucator for business skills training?
Webucator offers flexible solutions to build your skills quickly. We recognize that you are busy and need relevant training to use right away. Our courses offer practical tips and hands-on opportunities to give you the critical skills needed for business today.
Webucator has delivered Business Skills Training for thousands of organizations, including the ones listed below:
- Catapult Systems
- Department of Defense
- Samsung Electro Mechanics America
- Social Security Administration
- The Walt Disney Corporation
- U.S. Department of Agriculture
- U.S. Department of Labor
- U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
- U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
- U.S. Postal Service