Motivus Training Programs FAQ

Wondering how Motivus Training programs can work in partnership with you?
Here are the answers to some frequently asked questions

The information provided below is intended as a general guide only, Motivus Training custom builds our programs to suit the needs of your organisation so many components may vary.

Length of training and workshops

Motivus Training programs can be designed to run for 2 hours, a half day, full day or more. It is purely dependant on the content you want to cover, business needs and the extent of theoretical material covered.

Public training

Periodically, we offer public training where individuals are welcome to pay a per person rate. View the Upcoming Courses and Events page to view scheduled courses, or contact us if there is specific training you are interested in.

Notes and handouts

Notes, handouts, summaries and / or slides are available to participants to maximise follow-up learning, revision and recall.  The exact structure and content will depend on the course, and what is most effective for participants.


Our objective is to provide cost effective training and we are confident that we can achieve this for you. Our training will give you a quick and extensive return on investment (tangible and intangible), so that you can quantify and enjoy the benefits for your staff and your outcomes. Please contact us to arrange a no-obligation quote tailored to your requirements.

Location of training and workshops

Our trainers are based around the world, and are in constant motion.  Subject to discussion, charges are for internal country or regional travel only, and always at the lowest cost rate, as is accommodation and other travel expenses. Training sessions can be held in your workplace if you have the facilities and space, otherwise outside venues will be sourced for your consideration and are an additional cost.


All training is evaluated by the participants.  The evaluations are compiled, summarised, and reports provided to key persons in your organisation.