New Horizons offers the ability to own your own IT training company, or to expand an existing training business. New Horizons offers an incredibly rewarding mission while delivering a robust financial opportunity. New Horizons is a globally recognized leader in the industry.
To buy a franchise with New Horizons Computer Learning Centers, you'll need to have at least $250,000 in liquid capital and a minimum net worth of $500,000. Franchisees can expect to make a total investment of $42,000 - $625,000. They also offer financing. *
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A New Horizons franchise is about owning and operating a computer training business delivering the best IT training in the world.
At New Horizons, we have cultivated a reputation for superior facilities and classes, putting us in the top five percent in the computer training franchise industry
New Horizons believes that training is not a luxury, but a need that affects the personal and professional lives of clients. With more than 70 locations in North America, The New Horizons Franchise network spans six continents and over 35 countries embracing many cultures and languages. New Horizons pioneered technology training over 35 years ago and has continued to improve the methods used for training while dependably staying on top of the current trends in the IT industry. New Horizons is the best of the best, so why go with any other company?
New Horizons is continuously seeking new franchisee candidates to join the existing network of successful owners. New Horizons is committed to providing world-class IT education and creating satisfied customers, so we look for candidates that share our level of passion. Ideal franchisee candidates should also have a high degree of financial stability. Successful New Horizons franchisees come from diverse backgrounds, but are committed to changing lives by providing high quality IT training. Individuals such as IT professionals and franchisees of other companies often find success with New Horizons.
The success of New Horizons’ business model is built on three main points: offering high quality training on the latest innovations and technology, operating a strong and effective sales system, and providing comprehensive franchisee training and support. New Horizons’ business model is centered around helping clients to identify and fulfill training needs. Satisfied customers are the customers that continue to attend or send employees to New Horizons when technology updates necessitate further training, so high quality training is integral to franchisee success.
The Integrated Learning Approach is a key differentiator between New Horizons and competitors. Integrated Learning guides trainees through all stages of the training life cycle: assess, learn, reinforce, support, and validate. Customers are able to choose from several different training methods, such as Traditional Instructor-led Classroom learning, On-Site Training, Online LIVE® virtual learning, Mentored Learning®, Remote Mentored Learning®, and Online ANYTIME® E-learning.
The New Horizons Online LIVE platform effectively delivers our unrivaled Traditional Instructor Led Training learning experience directly to students at the New Horizons center or anywhere the student wants to take the class (home, work, etc.). Just like our physical classrooms, students attending training through Online LIVE have a real time, live instructor led student experience. The live instructor teaches the course and provides the opportunity for students to ask live questions via voice or instant message (IM) questions during the live training event. Online LIVE provides a rich, engaging, live classroom environment that allows students to easily interact with instructors and fellow students in-person and virtually.
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Interested parties should have at least $150,000 in liquid capital to invest.