Langevin’s Mission: To provide trainers with the skills, knowledge, and materials they need to succeed in their careers.
|So, who might you bump into at one of Langevin’s workshops? The wide range of clients who enroll in our programs include training professionals from the financial, industrial, transportation, utility, health, technology, retail, and government industries (plus many more). Eighty-two percent of the Fortune 500 companies send their trainers to Langevin and over 20,000 trainers have already completed their Langevin Professional Certification for Trainers.||We have also had the pleasure of facilitating workshops with participants from all over the world. To date, 92 countries have sent trainers to participate in Langevin workshops and they come for one reason: the training and development of their employees. We take this responsibility very seriously by continuing to provide the highest quality products and services that you, and training professionals everywhere, have come to expect from us.||Our public workshops are scheduled in major cities across North America so no matter which city you choose for your program, you are likely to meet a combination of locals and out-of-towners at your workshop. Our on-site workshops are a different set-up entirely and are scheduled wherever the client wants the workshop to take place. That could mean anywhere from a boardroom in Lincoln, Nebraska, to the summit of Mount Everest in Nepal.||If you can't make it to one of our workshops, we have a great selection of training products covering a wide variety of topics. Our products include ebooks, self-study kits, toolkits, and workshop manuals.|
|You will gain the highest level of recognition for your credentials plus the skills to have real impact in your organization. We have heard from many clients who have been able to secure a promotion because of the skills and knowledge they have attained from attending our programs. We hope to add your name to our list of success stories!|
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