Licensing Presentation Materials
One of the reasons Scott Meyers' training courses are so well received is the quality of his presentation materials. Scott created the materials for his own use, and he's refined them through hundreds of presentations to thousands of attendees.
These exceptional materials are available for licensing, offering you an opportunity to take advantage of the thousands of hours Scott has invested in their development. Materials are licensed on a per-course basis.
What You Get
For each presentation, you receive:
- The full set of PowerPoint slides. The notes associated with the slides provide insights that help you get the most out of the materials.
- A list of resources (e.g., books and articles, web pages, online videos) for additional information on the topics in the presentation. This list is part of the slide set; many course attendees consider it a highlight of the materials.
- The course description and topic outline from Scott's web site.
- Access to technical support by email or phone.
Individuals who'd like a copy of the presentation materials from Scott's training courses should consider licensing Scott's presentation materials for personal use.
Commercial users have two options:
- Unrestricted internal use: Use the materials within
your company in virtually any way. Add or remove slides, edit their
content, derive new slide sets from them, deliver presentations live or in
recorded form, etc.
The primary restriction is that you may use the
materials (or any derivative works) only within your company.
This option is well-suited to companies that wish to offer Scott's training courses internally or that wish to use Scott's materials as the basis for customized company-specific presentations. It requires a one-time licensing fee.
- As-is use: Use some or all of the materials essentially unchanged for presentations to external clients. This is an excellent option for training and consulting companies that want to use Scott's materials on a pay-as-you-go basis. A royalty is payable for each use.
Other options (e.g., the right to develop derivative works for use with outside clients) will be considered on a case-by-case basis.