Classroom Training

The learning event for successful soft skill training

In conventional classroom training, the trainer and participants come together in one place for one or more days. In this type of training, soft skills in particular are developed in an intensive learning environment. Owing to the intensity, classroom training is frequently perceived as a learning event by the participants. Such events are often complemented by joint evening meals to encourage networking among the participants.

Classroom training – an overview


Soft skills are personal skills and character traits, but also behaviour patterns and attitudes that go beyond professional skills. Many soft skills are demonstrated through the communication and body language that we display. For this reason, simulations and role scenarios are particularly helpful in training soft skills. On this basis, direct feedback can be given during the classroom training and then put into practice.


Classroom training creates an effective and intensive learning environment due to constant presence in one place. The participants’ focus and attention remains on the training activity, as disruptive factors such as phone calls, emails or meetings are avoided.


At the same time, classroom training promotes networking among the participants. During the introductory rounds, the breaks, and the joint meals, the individual protagonists get to know each other and interact. This creates potential for cooperation. In addition, through this interaction, the participants subconsciously train and consolidate the soft skills they have learnt.


By working actively with the group, the trainer can adapt the seminar individually. This enables a flexible reaction to the participants’ current level of knowledge. Questions can be answered, and topics explored in greater depth at any time. Simulations and role scenarios can be introduced specifically where the group has particular needs.
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Classroom Training

Intensive learning environment for effective soft skill training

Practice-related simulations for sustainable training

An essential part of the classroom training sessions are the practical simulations. By using situations from the participants’ everyday professional life, relevance is created for each individual at the same time. Through contextual learning, the participants are particularly motivated and interested in the topic, as they identify with the content and apply it directly. Overall, the use of individual simulations and role scenarios leads to greater learning success.
The realistic simulations with company-specific facts are particularly emphasised and appreciated by our participants.