You can have confidence in choosing us because we guarantee our courses.
Being able to stand behind your product 100% is a rare thing in business today. You don’t often find a business able to offer an unconditional money-back guarantee, either. But because we have been in business for over 32 years, you can have every confidence we will support you and our products for years to come.
We recognise that too often, formal training courses can result in unopened manuals gathering dust on shelves. That is nearly always a possibility, but not with programmes from Holst.
We guarantee attendees will (based on their nominated course):
- Boost their thinking and creativity skills.
- Transform their business communication skills.
- Develop their facilitation skills.
- Have confidence in their ability to understand financial concepts.
- Implement the skills learnt from their technical psychometric training.
- Retain and implement their new skills with active support from Holst.
If you are not satisfied that these skills are being applied 3 months after training, we will re-train your delegates for free. If after 6 months you are still not satisfied, we will refund the original training course fees. This has never happened, making us completely confident of your satisfaction.
We can offer this UNIQUE guarantee because of:
Our follow-up: Course delegates have continuing access to their trainer afterwards. Plus, Holst prompts those delegates with reinforcing tactics and actions to ensure implementation.
Our delegate feedback: Feedback has consistently reported satisfaction ratings of 90% – 100%.
Our programmes: These incorporate the methods of some of the best-known brands and thought leaders in training from across the globe. For example: RapidConsensus™, Six Thinking Hats®, Lateral Thinking, Colour Accounting™.
Our history: Our successful business was established in 1984. We’ve been partnering with organisations ever since.
Our tailoring: We use relevant examples from your business to make it easy for delegates to implement their new found skills ‘back at base’.