Introducing Web-Based Courses
Both Live, Instructor-Led and On-Demand
For years, we have been asked if we offer eLearning (web-based) training. Except for some sales and marketing courses we offered via webinars, we always felt that for learning stone and tile restoration, hands-on training was the only way to go. But things have changed. And that has turned out to be a very good thing.
First, Covid happened and the demand for eLearning grew even more. So, we put our collective heads together to really think it through. Could we develop web-based training that delivered as good, or even better, training than our intensive hands-on courses? After carefully exploring how it could be done, we concluded that with new technologies that have emerged, we absolutely could do it!
Now, we deliver the same quality of training via eLearning. Lots of things happened, though, that completely changed the way we operate. The Stone and Tile School has developed a broad selection of live, web-based, instructor-led courses. These courses include advanced training, business development, and other courses of value for the stone and tile professional. They have been designed to complement, not replace the Hands-on courses, and are taught by respected experts such as Fred Hueston, Deborah Shaw-Nelson, Dean McArthur, Joyce Harris, and Brian Kornet, among others.
Read this article to learn more.
- Historic Restoration and Preservation
- Safe and Compliant (OSHA safety)
- Business Bootcamp Courses
- Sales & Marketing
- Creating Case Studies That Drive Business
Web-based training means you don’t have to worry about travel and hotel arrangements, renting a car, or taking days on end off of work. All you have to do is log-in from your computer. For on-demand courses, log in at your convenience. For live, instructor-led courses, log in at the scheduled time (though courses will be recorded). You can interact with the instructor and your fellow students in real time. For some courses, optional, one-day hands-on supplemental training will be available.
Course login and materials will be emailed to you once you register.
If you wish to be notified of upcoming web-based courses, enter your email in the “sign up for course announcements” field located in the footer (the bottom section) of every page on this website.