Workplace learning brings tangible and intangible benefits.
You need a training program that matches your vision.
Is the training you provide merely acceptable, or is it excellent?
- Start by analyzing the situation.
- Learn how to conduct a root cause analysis.
If training is part of a solution, a task analysis is probably needed.
- Learn how to conduct a task analysis
- Answer the question, “What results do you want from the training?”
- Answer the question, “What behaviors get those results?”
- Answer the question, “What knowledge, skills, and attitudes get those behaviors?”
- Create a framework for your training in the form of learning objectives.
- Decide the best ways to train to meet those objectives.
Answer these questions:
- Who will be trained?
- What will the duration be?
- Where will the training occur?
- When will the training occur?
- How will you monitor results?
- Testing your learners – did they learn?
- Evaluating your training – are we getting the results we wanted?