Porter House, Inc. is a training leader in the nuclear power and industrial safety industries. Founded by David and Catherine Porter in 1996, Porter House Inc. has over 20 years of experience in consulting, training, and professional development in both the public and private sectors. From engineering and technical services to training analysis, development and implementation; Porter House Inc. is uniquely situated to meet a wide variety of needs. Over the years, Porter House has delivered professional and quality services to national and international government entities, Fortune 500 companies and small businesses. We are excited to expand our services in Eastern Idaho.
Our company employs a diverse team that brings depth knowledge in many different disciplines and areas. Our experienced team offers cost effective solutions at a fair price. When it comes to training your employees on any specific equipment and/or process, only custom content development will do. Porter House Inc. can be a great partner bringing extensive, proven practices and processes to ensure seamless knowledge transfer throughout your organization.
At Porter House Inc. we strongly believe that building a network of business relationships with other local, regional, and national small businesses is what makes each one of us grow. In addition to that, we also believe in diversity.
Your goal is to protect your employees and provide training so they can stay safe while on the job. Our mission is to make that process easier and painless for you.
Smart Business (12/01/12) In an interview with Smart Business Jeremy Wilcomb, operations manager of Houston, Texas’s The Daniel Group, describes the value of employee training and development programs. Asked what holds companies back from implementing training programs, Wilcomb notes that the main impediment is determining the return on investment of training. While the costs of […]
Winnipeg Free Press (Canada) (11/24/12) Bowes, Barbara One’s reputation in the workplace can limit corporate success, and likewise a company’s reputation can affect the bottom line, writes Barbara J. Bowes, president of Legacy Bowes Group and vice-president of Waterhouse Executive Search. For individuals, being known as a procrastinator, for example, can prevent a person from […]
Successful Meetings (10/12) Alderton, Matt Billions of dollars are spent every year by companies on training their employees, but Inc.com columnist Geoffrey James says that unless companies make sure to follow a number of basic principles, then they stand a good chance of wasting their training budgets. For James, the most basic of these principles […]