TRAINING

Training is the transfer of knowledge and development of abilities that have practical applications. This can be contrasted with education that need not be practical as it may be foundational and exploratory in nature. Training is commonly used to prepare individuals for a profession, role, task, practice, etc.

Proffer Zone provide creative, flexible and advanced training to corporate and colleges throughout India. We focus on advanced technologies and programming languages. We have trained numerous software developers and IT managers in some of the largest companies in the India. Our ever-growing client list just goes to show our dedication to quality and client satisfaction. We provide 23 types of training - 

Soft skills: 

Developing behavioral and Interpersonal skills in areas such as communication, time management and personal resilience.

Professional training:

Developing knowledge and skills related to a profession such as project management training.

Technical Training:

Specific skills related to the design, development, and operation of a technology.

Leadership Training:

A prominent type of soft skills training that prepares individuals to get people moving in the same direction towards a common purpose. Leadership is a tacit ability that includes skills such as public speaking influencing and motivation.

Management Training:

Preparing individuals to direct people and control resources. For example, learning to develop estimates, schedules, and budgets.

User Training:

Training the users of a technology. For example, training a finance team to use a new accounting system.

Process Training:

 

Instructions for executing or managing a process. For example, training employees to run a production line.

Certification:

Training that certifies that an individual is competent in a profession, practice, process, task, or situation.

Internal Training:

Internal training conducted in-house by an organization. Typically covers proprietary knowledge that is unique to an organization in areas such as culture, principles, processes, policy, systems, and applications.

Team Building:

Exercise designed to build social bonds between team members and develop a productive team culture.

Improvisation:

Sessions that require participants to spontaneously build upon the inputs of others in a positive way. Intended to break static, unimaginative, and negative habits.

On the Job Training:

Learning by observing and doing work. Essential to gaining tacit, situated, and dispersed knowledge.

Internships:

On the job training for non-employees such as students who are seeking work experience.

Apprenticeship:

Extensive programs of classroom, on the job training and mentorship that allow participants to master a profession over a period of minimum 12months.

Charrette:

A charrette is an intensive period of collaborative design such as an architecture conference that has participants design a passive house.

Sprint:

A sprint is an intensive period of collaborative development such as a conference that develops software.

Industry Training:

Industry training such as a conference that provides lectures on trends, change and challenges in an industry.

Retaining:

The process of refreshing skills that a professional has previously learned and / or learning new processes, systems, and practices in a domain. For example, legal professionals who receive regular training sessions to update them to recent changes and interpretations of the law.

Orientation:

Welcoming individuals to an organization, team or program and giving them the information and social connections, they need to get started.

Safety Training:

Training in health and safety such as methods for preventing human error.

Compliance Training:

Instructions for complying to a regulation, rule or standard. For example, certification training for a quality standard.

Simulations:

Training that simulates environments and situations to develop abilities. For examples, training for a astronaut that requires participants to complete tasks in an environment that simulates the stresses and conditions of space, blast off or landing.

Business Games:

Games that are structured to create scenarios for strategy, problem solving and decision making that are relevant or analogous to business situations. For example, war games that simulate an information security incident.