It can be difficult to find good training venues that don’t cost you an arm and a leg; but if you follow the steps in this blog post, you should be able to find a good training venue that fits your budget AND expectations.
Simple steps to finding good training venues;
The clearer you are on what impression you want to make at your event, the number of people who are coming, and the ideal location, the easier your search will be.
2. Think about the location of your training venue.
Consider factors such as:
- Who is your target market for this event?
- How mobile are they? Does the venue need to be level access?
- Are they driving or catching public transport? How close is the venue to public transport links?
- What impression do you need to give? Think about whether you can give your attendees the full experience in, say, a stately home or luxury retreat, compared to a chain hotel?
If a lot of people are flying in, it is also a good idea to have your training venue at or near an airport.
Every part of the training experience, right down to how easy it is to find parking says something about you and the brand of your company. Be aware of this when making your selection.
If it is a big event, and the car park can’t cope with the number of vehicles needing spaces, will your guests have to be shuttled to an overflow car park? Is there additional parking nearby?
4. Think about your budget for your training venue.