We will partner with you in the design of learning programs tailored to your needs and in doing so make it easier and quicker for you to implement your training requirements:
In building a program which suits the needs of the situation and audience, the following elements provide an example of what may be taken into consideration in the design phase:
• Who is your audience and where are they located?
• What is the timeframe for session delivery and program roll-out?
• Is the program mandatory for all to attend and is the attendance to be evidenced?
• Does the program need to increase knowledge awareness or effect behavioural change?
A program can then be developed based on the agreed design. The development of the program will be completed in stages and in consultation with you to ensure all key requirements are incorporated into the finished product. The development phase consists of four key stages:
Stage One: Drafting of program content
Stage Two: Review and agreement of content
Stage Three: Proposal of delivery method
Stage Four: Agreement and ‘sign-off’ of content and delivery method
Assessment of the program assists in determining if the intervention achieved the required results or whether a further intervention may be required. Depending on the program, assessment may be conducted at a number of key points, for example:
Pre Training Initiative: Conducting a pre-training assessment can be very valuable when you need to determine the current knowledge levels. The results of the pre-training assessment can also assist in the design, development and delivery of any program.
Immediately Post Session: An assessment delivered immediately after a session will assist in consolidating the understanding of the material presented. In addition, you are more likely to gain more information if feedback is solicited when you have the attention of your learners.
A Set Period Post Session: Conducting an assessment after some time has elapsed will assist in determining if the learning has transferred to the workplace, or whether further interventions may be required.