Our Training Plans

In this modern day, need for information & knowledge transcends physical boundaries & cultural barriers. Cluster IT offers training in a format that allows trainees to experience familiar interaction of Class-room training by not being available in the same room. Virtual Class rooms where Trainer & Trainees assemble & interact in pursuit of knowledge & information.


Online Trainings

At an agreed time & date the trainer & the trainees get connected to web based Meeting Center. Through this meeting center, the trainer can share his presentations, present demo’s on the tools, share his desktop in allowing the participants to have a feel of the tools while simultaneously engaged in explanation of the concepts. Trainer’s voice & video can be clearly felt by the trainees. Trainees may raise their doubts, any point of time, and the trainer may respond by suitably clarifying them.

This technology is tested and proven over a period of time & finds acceptance with thousands of organizations across the world & millions of people benefiting from it.


Corporate Trainings

When resources are being mapped to new projects there could be skill / knowledge gaps which need to be bridged to make such resources more productive. In enhancing skill / knowledge of such resources, customized training programs will be the need-of-the-hour.

Cluster IT has built up considerable expertise in designing client specific specialized training programs involving Interaction with the stakeholders in understanding project needs, design, implement training programs as per the stated methodology & in achieving identified end-objectives. Entire learning process is supported through engaging assignments & constant monitoring through regular assessments.


Classroom Trainings

Classroom Trainings have been conducted by Cluster IT in its Hyderabad, India facility. Cluster IT is considered as the leading software training institute in Hyderabad. Classroom sessions is an effective means of delivering information/ knowledge, as it allows real-time feedback, questions and answers, manipulation and change of delivery to suit the needs of learners in a real time environment.

What does the perfect modern classroom training session look like? We imagine an experience where learners are active, vocal, working in groups and getting an opportunity to practice new skills and explore new ideas in a safe, fun environment. We imagine a place where learners get a chance not to tick a training box but to move the performance needle.

So, how do we do it?

Cluster IT has a simple but powerful approach to instructor-led training, something we call “the many to many classroom.”It has five, simple principles:

  • Make it interactive: 80-20 rule
  • Align the brand
  • Make it useful
  • Extend the classroom
  • Apply it to the job

Our first aim is to make the classroom as interactive and participatory as possible. We want facilitators talking 80% of the time and 20% of activity coming from participants.

Second, we always seek to align classroom materials to the brand and voice of the client – we want materials to feel tailored and considered. Third, we want training to be useful. Obvious we know, but you’d be amazed (or maybe you wouldn’t) by how much classroom training is just info-dumping. We want classroom experiences that show you what to do and then let you get a handle on doing it via practice activities. Fourth, we want to extend the classroom – because we know that learning is not an event but a process. Development doesn’t stop at the classroom door, so we design our classroom pieces to be part of something bigger – a blend, or a curriculum, a career path. Finally, we want to apply it to the job. We ask learners to make Action Plans – that is a list of things they are going to do back on the job and when they are going to do them.

Fourth, we want to extend the classroom – because we know that learning is not an event but a process. Development doesn’t stop at the classroom door, so we design our classroom pieces to be part of something bigger – a blend, or a curriculum, a career path. Finally, we want to apply it to the job. We ask learners to make Action Plans – that is a list of things they are going to do back on the job and when they are going to do them.