Corporate Learning

One of the most important factors in determining the success of a company is the people that comprises its’ workforce. If an organisation wants to flourish, it is essential that it invests in staff training to promote career growth and development.

Corporate training can address staff weaknesses, ensure that all employees have the same skills and knowledge, and can increase job satisfaction.

However, in order to retain and motivate staff, training needs to be relevant, have an impact, and equip them with real skills that they can use going forward. While theory-based training can be beneficial to a degree, experiential learning – or learning by doing – leads to better retention of information and enhanced practical skills.

C-Live can complement corporate training programmes by offering virtual reality simulations that empower staff to perform to the best of their abilities. It can also be utilised as a stand-alone training method for enhancing skills.

C-Live can be used for training sales teams, allowing them to hit their targets. It can also be used for leadership training, allowing managers to get the best possible performance from their staff, or HR training, giving HR professionals the skills needed to have difficult conversations with employees.

Our virtual reality training allows staff to learn vital skills in a safe but realistic environment. Find out more about the different types of training below.

You can experience C-Live for free from the comfort of your home or office. All you need is an internet connection.

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Sales Training

C-Live allows sales staff to practise communication skills.

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Leadership and Management

C-Live gives business leaders the opportunity to enhance the skills required to manage a team.

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Mentoring and Coaching

Find out more about how C-Live can be used for training business mentors.

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HR Training

C-Live’s scenarios let HR professionals practise challenging conversations.

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