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Need custom, corporate training for your employees? Interested in having world-class professors help you advance your organization’s goals?

BW faculty manage major projects and develop custom training sessions for Fortune 500 companies, prominent nonprofit organizations, and mid-market and family-owned businesses throughout Greater Cleveland and beyond.

Our faculty are industry experts who are ready to instruct, consult, and develop your team. We focus on hands-on, real-world applicable, professional development experiences designed to help you and your organization succeed.


All BW faculty consulting programs and custom trainings programs are specifically designed for your company using your data and processes and applied to your mission-critical projects or challenges.

We work with you and your team to create tailored curricula and offer fresh perspectives that can translate into measurable results.

Faculty can consult with or train your team at your offices, on the BW campus in Berea, or at a third-party location.


Current and past custom programs include:

  • Annual cross-functional middle-management training for Fortune 500 company
  • Merger and acquisition risk analysis
  • Process analysis and best practices implementation action plan
  • Digital transformation


"Amazing presenter. Truly enjoyed the course and the company of the BW instructors. Clearly BW hires world-class talent and people."
– R&D Manager, Sherwin-Williams

"Great class that was able to add additional emphasis to concepts. Class was even more effective with my team in the room as classmates."
– Analyst, Goodyear

"BW and its Professional Development program are wonderful. The instructors are extremely knowledgeable and go beyond to apply courses to real-life scenarios."
– Program Manager, Eaton


To discuss a faculty consulting project or custom training opportunity, contact Connie King at (440) 826-3821 or email Or, submit the form below, and a member of the Center for Professional Development team will follow up.