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Click here for more information Choosing a training consultant - the basics
Scope: 3. Outline, Contributor: Mr Alan Barker
Choosing an external training consultant or provider is a tricky task. We are faced with a host of questions, few of which have simple answers. Where to start looking? Who to ask? How to network? How to interview the consultants we invite in? How to explain clearly what we want? How to judge whether they are right for the job? Choosing a trainer means setting up a contract. In this article, we look at three stages in that process. Defining the contract Doing the preparatory work Interviewing the trainer
Type: pdf       Size: 0.2MB    Rating: 4/5       Downloads: 12
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Click here for more information Training Provider Assessment Criteria
Scope: 4. Detailed, Contributor: Miss Joy Wilson
Before selecting a provider of training it is essential that you ensure that your requirements the outcomes from the training and the standards are clear. Having invited suppliers to tender for the work you may find the following checklist useful.
Type: pdf       Size: 76.70KB    Rating: 4/5       Downloads: 35
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Click here for more information 4 Key Questions for Effective Training Programmes
Scope: 2. Fundamentals, Contributor: Mr Ivan Mactaggart
Successful training and development programmes require adequate thought, preparation and planning. This one page article considers 4 key questions, the answers to which will provide a template for the success of any development project.
Type: pdf       Size: 0.1MB    Rating: 4/5       Downloads: 37
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Click here for more information Guide to Pitching Handout
Scope: 3. Outline, Contributor: Ms Christine Bell
Article about the pitching process with some ideas about how to approach the pitch for purchasers and providers
Type: pdf       Size: 79.19KB    Rating: 4/5       Downloads: 29
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Click here for more information Return on Investment
Scope: 4. Detailed, Contributor: *Miss Heather Girling
PowerPoint slides giving an overview of Return on Investment for learning and development
Type: ppt       Size: 0.6MB    Rating: 4/5       Downloads: 39
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Click here for more information Risk Assessment New Training Premises
Scope: 2. Fundamentals, Contributor: Mr Nige O'Shea
A health & safety checklist, to ensure training premises are a safe environment for delegates to enter.
Type: docx       Size: 12.40KB    Rating: 4/5       Downloads: 18
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Click here for more information Post Event Reactionnaire
Scope: 2. Fundamentals, Contributor: Mr Iain Wilson
A useful resource for gathering pretty immediate feedback on an event and how well it went. This is only event feedback and does not give much, if any, indication on what was, or how much learning took place.
Type: pdf       Size: 0.3MB    Rating: 4/5       Downloads: 41
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Click here for more information Simple course feedback form
Scope: 4. Detailed, Contributor: Mr Mike Morrison
Trainers and HR people often ask for samples of training feedback forms. Here is one I have used on occasion. Please ensure that the information you are asking for adds value and does not put a tick in the "I've done evaluation" box just by using a standard form. Hope this inspires you to create something that really adds value to your organisation and programme.
Type: doc       Size: 76.80KB    Rating: 4/5       Downloads: 118
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Click here for more information Lesson Plan sample for an innovation workshop
Scope: 3. Outline, Contributor: Mr Mike Morrison
As people join the training profession many are asked to put together lesson plans for a training programme. There are many ways of doing this I offer a couple of samples to start you on your way. This one is of an innovation workshop.
Type: doc       Size: 82.43KB    Rating: 4/5       Downloads: 80
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Click here for more information Lesson plan sample for a development centre
Scope: 3. Outline, Contributor: Mr Mike Morrison
As people join the training profession many are asked to put together lesson plans for a training programme. There are many ways of doing this I offer a couple of samples to start you on your way. This one is of a simple development centre. Please note this is an outline document and not a 'how to run a development centre' document. If you would like training or more detailed materials for running development centres please contact me.
Type: doc       Size: 67.07KB    Rating: 4/5       Downloads: 56
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Click here for more information Vocational and academic qualifications lookup tabl
Scope: 1. Primer, Contributor: Mr Mike Morrison
Look-up table - What is the same as what? We have all seen the changes occuring in qualifications over the years but what is a level 4 qualification? Are all level 4's the same - well no some are level 5 or 6! I put this table together to show the overlaps and for comparison. Document dated 2006, so some things have changed.
Type: doc       Size: 32.26KB    Rating: 3/5       Downloads: 34
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Click here for more information Training Coaching Proposal template
Scope: 3. Outline, Contributor: Mr Mike Morrison
Often companies want quick and pragmatic proposals. This one page proposal document was developed for this need and has proved valuable to me. You can of course add an appendix with other material I have found however that clients do not need it very often.
Type: doc       Size: 53.25KB    Rating: 4/5       Downloads: 113
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Click here for more information Training Room Layout Guide
Scope: 2. Fundamentals, Contributor: Mr Mike Morrison
I often find myself working in a room that is not laid out in a way that is conducive to learning. Over the years I have developed a sheet I give to room managers to help their staff when booking a meeting or training room. This guide shows a number of formats for furniture, and their relative strengths.
Type: pdf       Size: 0.5MB    Rating: 4/5       Downloads: 79
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Click here for more information Raising the profile of training in your company
Scope: 3. Outline, Contributor: Mr Richard Lucas
Four practical steps to raising the profile of training in an organisation
Type: doc       Size: 25.60KB    Rating: 4/5       Downloads: 52
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Click here for more information TNA output in pdp format
Scope: 3. Outline, Contributor: Mr Mike Morrison
This is a sample output from a web based TNA process. In this case the culture of the organisation was to have responsibility for L&D at individual & line level. HR took strategic responsibility to ensure that any organisational wide needs were recognised and sourced as economically as practical. This is one of the outputs in a format that met the clients needs and was compatable with their PDP approach. Other outputs included top line statistics and by business unit & management level needs .
Type: pdf       Size: 58.79KB    Rating: 4/5       Downloads: 81
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Click here for more information TNA form general staff and managers
Scope: 3. Outline, Contributor: Mr Mike Morrison
This is a sample TNA document produced for one of our clients. The data capture is of an appropriate level of detail to meet the goals of the client. It was deployed over the web & Intranet. Outputs included individual action plans and a strategic position/ planning document for HR to base the following years training plan/ budget upon. We can deploy tools like this in days - call for more information.
Type: pdf       Size: 48.07KB    Rating: 4/5       Downloads: 111
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Click here for more information Invoice Template
Scope: 2. Fundamentals, Contributor: Mr Mike Morrison
Several new trainers, consultants and coaches have asked for invoice templates. This is a generic invoice template for members to customise. You should also seek advice from your accountant.
Type: doc       Size: 65.54KB    Rating: 4/5       Downloads: 85
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Click here for more information Induction evaluation form
Scope: 2. Fundamentals, Contributor: Mr Richard Lucas
Example induction evaluation template
Type: pdf       Size: 30.91KB    Rating: 4/5       Downloads: 41
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Click here for more information TNA Template
Scope: 3. Outline, Contributor: Mr Richard Lucas
A guide to implementing a training needs analysis in an organisation
Type: pdf       Size: 22.41KB    Rating: 4/5       Downloads: 100
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Click here for more information Course objective evaluation and happy sheet form
Scope: 2. Fundamentals, Contributor: Mr Mike Morrison
This is a simple double sided training management form. In 2 sides of a sheet of A4, this simple process captures the objectives, training need, course happy sheet and an action plan to implement training. Contact the author for details on how to implement effectively (no charge to purchasers). This item is not suitable for external trainers - it only works as part of an in-house system. This approach has been used successfully to help many companies through IIP.
Type: pdf       Size: 68.28KB    Rating: 4/5       Downloads: 97
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