The key “nuts and bolts” measure of the
effectiveness of any training program is the extent to which there is successful transfer of learning
back in the workplace – resulting in
improved work performance.
Whilst you probably want your people to enjoy their experience on
the training course, your primary concern is no doubt that your organization
will receive a proper return on its training investment
Our corporate training courses are all designed with a practical focus, and to ensure transfer of learning back to the workplace.
There are a number of ways we encourage workplace application
of learning ….
- Comprehensive learning application plans (short and longer
term) are completed by participants upon conclusion of all our courses.
planning encompasses participants giving thought to obstacles they
may encounter to their learning application, and how these can
be dealt with effectively.
- Courses are designed following careful consultation with you
- so that real workplace problems and issues are addressed – also,
exercises and case studies can be written around such workplace
- During delivery of the course, there is regular discussion about
how ideas and techniques can be applied in participant work environments
- Pre-course information can be sent to the managers of participants,
offering specific tips to them on how they can maximize a return
on their training investment, and how to conduct a pre-course briefing
and post-course de-briefing with their people
- Follow up phone support is readily available to course participants
and their managers, to help deal with any workplace application
difficulties that may be experienced.
- Planned individual contact and additional coaching can be built
into the design of the process – as can workplace projects
that require demonstrated transfer of learning to the workplace.
Have a look at our Corporate Training page to see the range of training courses that we can design and deliver in-house for your organisation