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When to Schedule a Private Team Training: Considering the 4 Major Benefits

September is back-to-school time, and for employees, that means Archbright University! Archbright’s training experts have the opportunity to meet face to face with organizations to discuss their unique training needs. It’s always a joy to find the perfect training solution to propel employees forward.

The topic of private team trainings comes up frequently, specifically when to schedule a private class versus sending employees to Archbright University’s public courses. To figure out the answer to this question, consider the benefits of a private team training:

  1. The ability to customize. Organizations can request changes to an Archbright University class to meet their specific needs. The customizations could be as simple as adding a company policy or as complex as re-writing a portion of the curriculum to hit the bullseye on a training need.

  2. Convenience. We offer private team trainings virtually or in-person; the latter can be taught at an organization's facility or office, which means less time away from work for employees attending training. They can choose the best format for their organization. Instructors are experts in both formats, and virtual classes are just as engaging as their in-person counterparts, offering participants the opportunity to share in online breakout sessions.

  3. Team-bonding. Teams who go through a private team training gain a sense of camaraderie when learning new concepts together. This is particularly true of leadership teams who attend courses such as Supervisory Skills, Management Fundamentals, or Management Academy. Learning the same communication methods and leadership skills ensures consistency across teams and a more uniform experience for employees.

  4. Cost Effectiveness. Virtual private team trainings are becoming increasingly popular as many employers have moved to a more remote workforce. Organizations with employees who live out of state particularly appreciate the ability to bring employees together for training without the added travel expenses.

If these benefits are a good fit for your organization, then I highly recommend you schedule a private team training for your employees! For more information, please contact your Account Executive or email

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Amy Bachmann

Amy Bachmann, M.Ed., is the Director, Business Development at Archbright. She previously led the Archbright University team of Senior Learning and Development Consultants responsible for designing and delivering cutting-edge course curriculum. She currently leads Archbright’s team of Account Executives in serving our members with their needs in all services. Amy joined Archbright in 2019 and has more than 20 years of experience in adult education—in a variety of industries, including academia, the medical field, and non-profit organizations. She holds a Master’s in Education from the University of San Diego, with a focus in Curriculum Design.