Design & Develop

Creating learning programs and training based on the learning vision of your organization

Design & Develop

Creating learning programs and training based on the learning vision of your organization

Investing in the development of employees is a great subsidiary condition of employment. Being of value to your people ensures that employees remain engaged in the work and you reap the benefits of their involvement and growing craftsmanship. A learning organization requires more expertise in several areas of expertise. Creating valuable learning (work) trajectories and continuing to test whether they contribute to achieving results is crucial.

Form and function training come together in design

When designing a training course, learning path or development framework, a clear overview is always made of what and how will be learned. Just as with the design of a house by an architect, I talk to the clients and those who are going to follow the training. When are you satisfied? What does ‘good’ look like to you? When are you happy with the result? And for learning in particular: which behaviour do you want to see? What can and does someone do after following and going through a learning path?

The 3 phases of design & development

A design of a development framework, training or education goes through three steps:

  1. What does the learner want to learn? What does he already want, know and can do? How does he feel about learning?
  2. 2. What does the learning path look like? What is the best route? Which resources and forms support best?
  3. What is the context in which learning takes place? In which environment do you apply what has been learned? Who should the participant do this with? What does the organization need? How is the application of what has been learned supported? And guaranteed?

Effective learning material for your organization

After the drawing, the design has been worked out in detail, the building begins. The development of the actual material. This is also regularly tested with the client. Are the assumptions from the design also correct in practice? In this way we ensure that it always fits. Just like a house, the individual parts that are put together create a solid home. Agility, flexibility and progressive insight are essential components for learning new knowledge, skills and behaviour.


employees trained

Training courses developed

Take the attitude of a student: never be too big to ask questions, never know too much to learn something new.” 

Og Mandino

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