Carol Siegfried, Training Coordinator
Carol Siegfried, Training Coordinator

To help slow the spread of COVID-19, WCWC launched e-learning in 2020. Although uptake has been tremendous, nothing beats the information exchange possible through in-person training. Carol Siegfried, Training Coordinator, explains the ins and outs of on-site training and how to book your own private session.

What is an on-site course?

This is a private session, held at your location. If you are interested in including participants from outside of your organization, you would be responsible for billing, etc. for those participants.

Can all WCWC courses be provided on-site?

The majority of our courses can be provided as on-site training. Our courses that have a hands-on component will have special requirements. As an example the host may have to supply lengths of pipe or have a larger room to accommodate the training and equipment that is shipped, area needs to be in a bay, or other requirements.

How many people can participate?

The minimum number of participants is 10 for billing, the class maximum is based on the course itself.

What do I have to provide?

As the host of onsite training, we would ask that you provide a suitable room, an overhead projector and screen, a flipchart and markers, and lunch for your participants and the trainer if this is something you customarily provide.

Who do I contact to book an on-site course?

You can contact me or you can email your request to training@wcwc.ca and I’ll then forward you the required forms and requirements.

WCWC offers on-site courses for the convenience of our clients. For more information on WCWC training, please visit wcwc.ca, or contact us at 866-515-0550 or training@wcwc.ca.