Sometimes your people will need more than a one-off training course to achieve the consistency and confidence your organisation needs. In today’s changeable environment your employees need to have the tools, knowledge and flexibility to confidently tackle a range of workplace challenges.
That’s why, over the past 20 years, the Centre has co-designed development programmes for the organisations we support. Whether you need an eight day programme for a group of 12 senior managers or a four day induction programme for 300 administrators, we can help.
Irrespective of the number of learners, your location or the scale of the project, we have a team of experienced trainers, coordinators and L&D consultants who will work with you to create a training programme that is tailored to your needs.
We believe that working together, in partnership, is the key to a successful development programme. We recognise that one size does not fit all so we will work with you to decide how best to get the most from the training and how to ensure your people are applying the learning back in the workplace.
We make time to get to know every organisation we support so we have a clear sense of your challenges, culture and goals. We start with your key learning outcomes and work back from that – evaluation and measuring impact are integral to a successful programme.
Each development programme is different and for each project we would create a Silver, Gold and Platinum package so you can decide what level of tailoring and support would work best for your organisation. Our development programmes include:
- Standard and tailor-made courses
- Action learning sets
- Homework and learning assignments
- ILM accreditation and CPD hours
- Psychometrics or personality tests
- Organisational improvement projects
- Facilitation, mediation and coaching
So what's the next step?
A development programme is a big investment of time, thought and energy for any organisation. As a first step, we would recommend having a face-to-face briefing with our Director of Learning and Development, Sally Pearman, so we can learn more about your context.