Your success is our focus.
We value human and financial capital.


Expand beyond your present capabilities to the forefront of your competition. We will align our services to fully support you to reach your goals with tailor-made and implementation-oriented/focused training for your managers, SMEs and employees.

Our goal is for you to achieve success in reaching your goals.


Perhaps you could reach your goals on your own, but we can help you achieve those goals faster and easier through a new exciting approach that will enhance the capabilities of your managers and employees. Our coaches are there for you, so that even in difficult situations, you will be able to manage your tasks and reach your goals.


Bring your business up to speed! We help you break old patterns and develop a culture of creative thinking and knowledge sharing, of continuous learning and continuous improvement. We help you empower your employees and untap their hidden potential to create new ideas and suggestions for continuous improvement.

Appreciation of Employees Adds Value to Your Organization

People are happy to give their best when they are appreciated and when their leaders walk their talk. Excelling at their job can and should be an exhilarating experience for each employee. That is why our approach is to challenge people in a positive way rather then putting pressure on them to perform.

Sylvie Schoch

Sylvie Schoch is founder and CEO of IP-International. She has spent more than half of her life conducting research in various countries abroad and has gained international experience as a manager, trainer and coach. As an academic and a certified trainer and business coach (certified by the IHK – the German Chamber of Commerce), she developed creative methods of adult education, classroom training, as well as e-learning and blended-learning concepts.

Ms Schoch´s speciality is the creation of training programs collaborating with SME in different fields. Her training focuses on the concept that the teaching of technical skills always goes hand-in-hand with the teaching of associated soft skills. In the process of carrying out their work-related tasks, people use a combination of different skills at the same time.

Ms Schoch’s approach is to make learning an enjoyable exciting experience for all.

She has designed and coordinated cross-national management and employee training in different areas.

These include, among others, lean management and lean production, quality management, team building, problem solving, health and safety in the workplace, cross-cultural competence, communication skills and train-the-trainer programs.

All IP-International brand training courses are designed to convey content in such a way that it is easy to grasp, apply and share.

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To meet the manifold challenges the SMEs are facing we are creating a new job profile: The Workplace Innovation Manager.
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We are very proud to announce that our Erasmus+ project GAMLEC has been recognised as a “Good Practice”!It was not the first time that IP-International created a learning game for adults, but it was the very first time we had applied for an Erasmus+ project. It was also the very first time we had thought of creating a learning game for adults on the quality of life of care home residents based on soft criteria.Designing creative learning opportunities for adults is our passion and, therefore, we love to think that topics generally perceived as difficult, bureaucratic, boring, etc. should be the very first ones to be conveyed in a way that makes learning easy, appealing and, why not, fun.We have already created learning games based, among others, on the Italian Health and Safety legislation, and the German Quality Criteria for Care Homes. However, never ever had we thought of creating a learning game on “the quality of life of care home residents” in terms of soft criteria or the behavioural aspects of caregiving.As we love challenges, we went and looked for potential partners to involve in the project, even though we had low expectations. Our vision was to create a learning board game for caregivers and lay people alike, such as family members or volunteers, on the quality of life of dependent seniors in care homes. But who was going to buy into such an idea?Well, sometimes reality beats imagination and the people we spoke to about GAMLEC simply loved it and were eager to participate!We then had to write the project application, something we had never ever done before. The application was a real-time and energy-consuming endeavour. But, and incredibly so, our very first project was approved. Thus, we found ourselves being European Coordinators of a very ambitious project.How challenging transforming soft criteria into a learning game was going to be unfolded later on in the project… Not to mention how incredibly difficult it was to deal with taboos and undesired, sometimes even violent, behaviours.We must confess that we had some sleepless nights! However, creativity at its best and hard work eventually paid off! And all the hard work was rewarded with the “Good Practice” award conferred to the GAMLEC Consortium by the German National Agency.Check it out on!This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use that might be made of the information contained therein. ...
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IP-International GmbH is proud to present one of its partnering projects: Erasmus+ “PROTOTYPE” project! New short and long-term paradigms are transforming the entire automotive ecosystem:- increasing use of Artificial Intelligence in manufacturing;- widespread digitization in the supply chain;- the “green transition”.The problem addressed by PROTOTYPE is the increased risk of Skilled and Low Skilled Workers of failing to make the continuous transition in terms of roles and job profiles required by companies.This is due to the fact that Skilled and Low Skilled Workers are DISENGAGED from lifelong learning and professional growth (Cedefop, Improving Careers, 2017) and have skill sets and attitudes that tend to become obsolete (Cedefop, Empowerment, 2020).The overall objective of the project is to help automotive companies to be in a position to create new “emerging value” from the evolution of the automotive ecosystem while keeping current workers employed. ...
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