Listening to business is how we solve clients problems.
At the end of each course we include a short survey to get students feedback 99% of which has resulted in excellent! People really like this way of learning as it fits their lifestyle.
Management see the benefits as well in terms of time and cost saving.
This course was really straight forward, to the point, no faff, I really do like the format (there is a good injection of humour as well). The length is great for this level of role and the basics are covered well.
Jason Parry. General Manager Harbour Hotels
I found the course very matter of fact with good content. It was easy to learn as the course was broken down into tiny chunks. I loved the whole idea of how the training was set out and that you could do it at your own pace.
Sarah. SP Smiles.
This adds a whole new dimension to training in the retail, cruise and tourism sector. What I really like is the fact the learning can also be embedded over a period of time. One of the real issues for traditional training is how to make certain the training sticks. This does the job.
Julian Reiman. An internationally acclaimed provider of world class service training and management development. Watch the video
It is fab love, love, love it! It is the future! Gone is our paper society and welcome to the way forward!
Nikki Boone SRH. Programme Coordinator for Employer Engagement for Hairdressing. Find out more about how to make training stick
I have already started using this method and I think that I am going to be able to save 50% of my basic training costs but for me the ease of delivery and completing this training is as important as saving money.
Simon Bawden Manager Churston Golf Club
Coffee Cup Training is a must for anyone in tourism. Not only cost effective but new staff can be trained on the day they arrive!
Bill Vincent Charmin of the Torbay Hospitality Association