Enrol your employees in group classes more easily than ever.

For "Presentation Skills"
book seats starting
23 July, 2019


Have multiple employees join in the same virtual classroom

Now, you can enrol multiple employees to a single course regardless of their geographic location or their capacity to meet at the same time, in the same place.


Employees can meet in the same virtual classroom regardless of differences in geography

3 students from Madrid, 1 in Barcelona, 1 in Zaragoza and 1 in Palma can ALL meet in the same class but AT DIFFERENT TIMES!


Employees can meet at hours convenient to their workload

Your managers have priorities! And it is difficult to get 2 managers in the same room at the same time on the same day, let alone 5+ ! Now you can enrol them and they can join at hours flexible to their workload. With available forums they can confer with each other asynchronously.


Employees can reinforce company culture and community despite working in separate offices and geographies

Get participants talking to each other and building their community despite being disconnected geographically. Your company culture can thrive despite distances.


Track your employees' progress. Get reports

When seats are purchased in bulk, a Global.Careers group is automatically created and your enterprise is set as the group leader. You can add/remove students in each group when you want. You can also track individual progress.


Save time and energy and, ultimately, costs

Purchase multiple seats for a single Global.Careers course at once. Save time and effort of having to make the purchase individually, and repeatedly, for each group of students; and, from having to re-enter their purchase information.


Easily manage groups from the front end.

As group leader, you can manage your employees' in the group directly from the frontend. This means, No dealing with backend complexity as backend access is not required.



Language is the road map of a culture. It tells you where its people come from and where they are going.”

Rita Mae Brown

The limits of my language are the limits of my world.

- Ludwig Wittgenstein