Make Your Training Stick shows you how to secure buy-in and support for training and performance throughout your entire organization. This practical workshop gives you a set of comprehensive tools and techniques to ensure training really “sticks” back on the job; long after a course is completed.
Who Should Attend
For training directors and training project managers who want to improve their training and make long-lasting improvement in employee performance.
- Sell the idea of training transfer to the organization.
- Create a training partnership between learners, trainers and supervisors.
- Prepare potential learners for training.
- Create a transfer-friendly training environment.
- Help learners help themselves.
- Develop a transfer of training mind-set for learners, trainers and supervisors.
- Conduct follow-up activities with supervisors and learners.
- Practical sessions using presentation with hands-on exercises, case studies, and roleplays will be used to teach participants to grasp the TNA concept.
- Templates for TNA Reporting will be recommended at the end of the course.
What Will You Learn
1. Before Training
- How to assess your influence.
- How to develop and maintain solid lines of consultation.
- How to keep training on the agenda at all levels, right up to the top.
- 4 ways job aids assist training transfer.
- When and where not to use job aids.
- How to get learners to want to attend training for the right reasons.
- Tips for building rapport with learners.
- Develop a results-based Development Plan for learners.
2. After Training
- How to maintain learning long after the course is over.
- 5 ways to maintain a strong workplace learning relationship.
- How to monitor short to medium-term progress.
- A follow-up system to ensure that knowledge is effectively transferred.
- Debriefing guidelines for supervisors.
- How to conduct a post-course interview with both learners and line supervisors.
- Simple, easy-to-use methods to ensure that training continues to “stick”.
- How to give credible feedback to the Training Partnership.
- How to get ongoing support from the line supervisors for future projects.
- The 6 indicators of training transfer success.
- The 4 elements to include in a report to management.