Industry Training

Cambashi`s world-class industry training and e-learning offers a comprehensive introduction to manufacturing and related industries: oil and gas, aerospace, automotive, high-tech, machinery, utilities, chemicals.

Training and E-learning about the Manufacturing Industry

Cambashi provides access to the industry e-learning curriculum in conjunction with industry insights and glossary to deepen your business and industry-specific oriented conversations.

Re-focus your sales and marketing teams away from communicating solely in terms of product features, and help them address the things that really matter to executive decision-makers in a particular industry sector.

E-learning courses

Self-paced e-learning courses for a number of vertical industries that establish the foundational vertical knowledge needed to build overall industry competency and engage effectively with key roles from the industries. Courses link to the relevant Industry Insights to access latest trend

  • Self-paced e-learning for teams
  • Off-the-shelf courses
  • QAS-approved
  • Designed for sales, audit, consultancy and other customer-facing professionals
  • No prior knowledge of manufacturing is required

Industry Insights

Cambashi Industry Insights offers tactical industry intelligence updated by industry experts. A set of online industry-specific “just-in-time” support tools that provide the latest information from across the globe on the news, key trends, products and services – within each individual industry vertical.

  • Tactical industry intelligence updated in real-time by industry experts
  • Cover the latest trends & challenges, business drivers, products & services, industry news
  • Includes Industry terminology - Cambashi Industry Glossary
  • Provides deeper knowledge across a variety of industry subjects

Access Cambashi’s Industry Insights Demonstration.

Nasba Certified

Cambashi Ltd is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE sponsors through its website: http://www.nasbaregistry.org/

CPD Certified

Cambashi e-learning courses have been certified by the CPD Certification Service as conforming to the principles of continuing professional development, https://cpduk.co.uk/

Typical Issues we solve
  • Become “experts” on an industry sector – and its language overnight
  • Develop targeted content to address relevant industry challenges
  • Quick “prep” for executive meetings
  • Stay up-to-date when meeting with clients
  • Build credibility in client conversations
  • Rapidly search industry topics

Our courses cover processes common to most manufacturing industries.

Including industry specifics such as:

Utilities
Utilities industry training

Differentiate between the terminology used in the utilities industry
▪ Identify the basic industry structure and the roles of the different business units in a typical company
▪ Identify metrics used to measure aspects of corporate performance
▪ Identify some of the key trends and drivers affecting the utilities industry

Machinery
Cambashi Machinery industry training

▪ Answer questions about the structure of the industry
▪ Identify a wide range of products and understand the manufacturing processes
▪ Identify key business processes and performance indicators
▪ Distinguish between the initiatives
▪ Identify areas where IT systems are improving processes

High Tech
Cambashi HighTech industry training

▪ Identify the industry terminology
▪ Identify the relationships between typical companies in the high tech supply chain and understand the structure of a typical business
▪ Pick out some of the major issues faced by high tech companies in today’s industry
▪ Differentiate between the initiatives they take to respond to business issues

Oil and Gas
Oil and gas industry training

▪ Identify a range of industry terminology
▪ Identify the basic structure
▪ Distinguish between ‘upstream’ and ‘downstream’ activities
▪ Identify key challenges and initiatives, as well as metrics used to measure company performance
▪ Identify some of the industry regulations and sustainability initiatives

Automotive
Automotive industry training

▪ Identify the different categories of automotive products and grasp the different strategies that influence design and production
▪ Identify the structure of the automotive industry and recall the activities of companies
▪ Distinguish between the key issues and industry trends
▪ Recognize some of the metrics to monitor performance learn more

Aerospace
Aerospace industry training

▪ Identify companies operating in both the civil and defense aerospace sectors
▪ Grasp the key characteristics defining the industry through to manufacture and after sales support
▪ Differentiate and recall the relationships between members of the aerospace supply chain
▪ Recognize the business implications of current aerospace industry trends
▪ Identify the industry terminology learn more

Chemicals
Chemicals industry training

▪ Identify differences between the major chemicals sectors
▪ Apply knowledge about the structure of the industry
▪ Identify how companies interact
▪ Recognize the role of various business functions
▪ Recall key metrics used to measure business performance
▪ Answer questions regarding industry trends and initiatives.

Our Industry Training Advantages

  • Quick “prep” for executive meetings
  • Stay up-to-date when meeting with clients
  • Build credibility in client conversations
  • Rapidly search industry topics
  • Reinforce what has been learned in the courses “as needed”

Effective
Learning

Continuous and spaced learning allows professionals to learn at their own pace.

Engaging
Learning

Our interactive courses include videos, graphics, animations and real-life presenters.

Keeping Pace with Industry Changes

Our courses cover basic economic drivers, key issues and main concepts within each industry, which are linked to the relevant industry insights and glossary.

Sales
Training

Over 10,000 sales professionals use our curriculum to improve their industry knowledge

Industry Glossary

Quickly search industry terminology and drill down to gain deeper knowledge across a variety of industry subjects by accessing Cambashi Industry Glossary.

Cambashi Industry training tools used by Professional Services firms – e.g. Deloitte, PwC, KPMG, Grant Thornton – and by Technology vendors – e.g. IBM, SAS, AT&T, HPE

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High-Tech Industry – Riding the Disruptive Waves

CPD, Elena Priguza and Joe Brooker, September 2022

These disruptive digital waves are causing high-tech companies to reinvent themselves and their products, business models, and processes. For those engaged in the high-tech space, the pace of change means they will need deeper industry insights… REAhttps://cpduk.co.uk/news/high-tech-industry-riding-the-disruptive-wavesD MORE

Disruption in the Automotive Industry: Staying Ahead of the Curve

Training Industry, Elena Priguza and Joe Brooker, July 2022

It’s no wonder that leaders in this industry, from chief executive officers to sales and marketing managers, are finding it hard to keep up with key trends and challenges impacting the sector and their people… READ MORE

Boost Your Industry IQ: The Importance of Industry-specific Knowledge

Training Industry, Vittorio Bollo, February 2022

Building your industry knowledge as a learning leader will position you for success in your field and help you gain buy-in from stakeholders… READ MORE

Prospects for aerospace manufacturing recovery post pandemic

Aerospace Manufacturing, Alan Griffiths, Joe Brooker and Anastasia Prokhorova, November 2021

In this article Alan Griffiths, Joe Brooker and Anastasia Prokhorova from industry analysts Cambashi examine how the aerospace manufacturing industry, and the software industry that supports it, has stood up to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic… READ MORE

Cambashi Industry Insights

The Importance of Industry-Specific Knowledge

By  Cambashi | August 3, 2021

Every industry has its own ‘language’ or jargon, and there’s nothing worse than being an ‘outsider’ and not understanding the fundamentals of an industry’s specific language. Here are some ways to avoid this… READ MORE

The 4th Missing Key Element to Sales Success

The 4th Missing Key Element to Sales Success

By Rory Christian, Senior Consultant, Cambashi | July 10, 2019

According to IDC, despite a “typical” $1 billion company spending a large amount of resources devoted to training for customer-facing people, poor sales enablement results in around $14 million of wasted sales and marketing expenses, and $100 million in lost sales opportunities. Where could they be going wrong? READ MORE

Don’t Run into the Fire – Know the Industry First

by Chris Lawton | Mar 26, 2021 | eLearningIndustry LearningInside the Industry

Here’s what happened when I tried to do the job without the right tools. Every day, sellers, consultants, auditors and other professionals run into the fire without a hose. They are determined to do…READ MORE

LEVERAGING CURATED CONTENT: SEPARATING TREASURE FROM TRASH

by David Tompkins | May 11, 2021 | eLearningHealth CareIndustry Learning

Here’s why relying on the internet will damage your business. Is your team serving up misinformation, opinions and speculation? As leaders in helping organizations build industry expertise, we’ve…READ MORE

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