This programme is aimed at people in HR or technical departments who want to train their teams in a professional way.
- Maximum 8 attendees
- 90 days of one to one support
- Programme director/s with at least a Masters Degree in the subject
- Convenient morning timings or in-house at any time for a minimum of two bookings
- Can be configured to address a number of professions and industry sectors
EUR495 ex VAT per participant.
This is a programme aimed at HR and Technical persons who want to deliver top-notch and effective and efficient training to their teams in a modern work environment.
Understanding People Development in a Modern Organisation
We review the different approaches to developing people in any organisation focused on the needs of small to medium size organisations with scarce training resources and or specialised people development needs.
From the Informal to the Formal and Different Types of Pedagogical Approaches in Modern Organisations
We review the different types of adult/employee development models used in various organisations but mainly focusing on small team development programmes.
Training Needs Analysis as a Training Tool
We review how training needs can be assessed with line management in an overall development programme that impacts knowledge and develop people to attain a higher level of specialisation and competence in what they do.
We review how to design a people development programme using the accelerate learning technique in a small organisation. We also identify the best possible programme design options focused on user
How to design training material that is effective, flexible and addresses the needs of the trainers in a cost effective way.
How to manage an audience and move from explaining to motivating various audience segments and overcoming the ‘internal trainer authority deficit’.
Psychology of Training
How to address the different psychological challenges faced by trainers and trainees in internal training programmes - authority, competence, politics, hierarchical challenges, attention seeking and timidness.
Post Training Follow Up
How to including post training follow ups to ensure that the training programme brings positive change in performance, facilitate hand-over and other on-the-job development exercises.
Administrative Issues Related to People Development
We look at the internal issues related to trainer management, protection of intellectual property rights and normalising the process to move away from being trainer-centric to a manager-centric continuous development programme.
BONUS Material - The Internal Academy
We look at how to setup an internal academy that motivates and make the employer a desirable employment entity excelling in people development across all levels.