KoCreation Design uses a holistic approach to training which situates each individual task in context of broader scope of knowledge and responsibilities. We customize training programs with principles from current and emerging research. We also offer workshops that can be tailored to meet your needs.
The five-step process to training program design and implementation includes the followings:
Step 1: Needs Assessment
Our team begins by understanding your organization’s unique training needs. By assessing both the program and the individuals who have been trained through it, we gain a 360° view of your organization’s training needs.
Step 2: Content Analysis and Recommendations
After determining overall needs, we analyze existing content to determine the current state of training, identify any gaps, propose new content as well as create more agile thinkers by articulating the why.
Step 3: Presentation
Once the approach has been reviewed and approved by your leadership, we engage with your team to create training media and materials to achieve the desired end.
Step 4: Evaluation
Once training has been delivered, it’s essential to measure the efficacy of the training in order to improve the program and identify areas of growth for individuals. The training process is designed to allow for creating measurable goals and metrics to enable better management.
Step 5: Scheduling
To ensure long-term benefit and to aid learning and retention, and ongoing training schedule is created based on peer-reviewed science. Our team will craft a suggested training schedule which takes into account learner aptitude, learning best practices, and proven strategies for future recollection.
Why KoCreation Design?
As organizations know, individuals are their greatest asset. Ensuring employees have a training program that incorporates classic and emerging research and which is customized to your organization’s roles and tasks creates a better onboarding experience, improves performance, and aligns all levels of your organization with its business goals.