Training employees in different areas of your business can be a time-consuming and expensive process.
You want employees to learn from an actual instructor who knows what he or she is talking about. But the smallest of businesses don’t always have the personnel available to drop their own work and train new team members.
That’s where GreyCampus comes in. The professional training and certification provider gives businesses and professionals access to various training and certification programs in person or online, with real instructors.
Read more about this company and its offerings in this week’s Small Business Spotlight.
What the Business Does
Provides professional certifications and services to train your team online or in-person.
The company provides training online, via live online events, and even in traditional classrooms. Some of its specialties include training in project management, big data and workplace tools.
Guaranteeing quick results.
Vijay Pasupulati, CEO of GreyCampus told Small Business Trends, “We know time is precious, and time of a working professional matters a lot. That’s why we guarantee 2 to 5 days of training to clear the examination in one go.”
How the Business Got Started
By providing preparation courses for university exams.
Later on, the business began developing training programs for professional certifications, and that became its main focus.
Switching focus from higher education to professional training.
Pasupulati explains, “Taking a long jump from higher study courses to professional certification courses was never easy for us. The exposure to these courses are limited and if it had went wrong then the end result would be the downfall of GreyCampus.”
How They’d Spend an Extra $100,000
Launching even more professional certifications.
Awarding employees for great work.
Pasupulati says, “Every month we do organize competitions that are fun to participate in. ‘Warrior of the Month’ and ‘Star of the Month’ prizes that are given to a dedicated employee of the company at the end of every month.”
“The difference between a crisis and an adventure is all in your attitude.” -Pasupulati’s mother.
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First Image: (center) Vijay Pasupulati, CEO of GreyCampus
Third Image: (l-r) Marcia L. Ingino, Trainer; Lalo Diaz, Project Manager at Gilmore Construction Corporation; Trever Kregg, Project Manager at Gilmore Construction Corporation; Mike Crase, Project Manager at Gilmore Construction Corporation; Justin Gilmore, Project Engineer at J&M Gilmore Global Inc.; David Schroeder, Project Manager at Gilmore Construction Corporation