WE182

Implementing a Collaborative, Informal or Social Approach to Training

  • Duration 1 day
  • Regular fee 500
  • Preferential fee 425?
  • Locations
    • Montreal
    • Quebec City
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Accreditation and partners association

  • Project Management Institute 6 PDU
SUMMARY
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Objectives

To provide the knowledge and skills required to distinguish the advantages and complementary features of various approaches to training, recognize the conditions that will ensure their success, identify the technologies already available in the organization that can be used, and develop a training strategy that builds on both the best practices in the industry and sources that confirm the validity of such approaches.

Targeted audience

Any audience.

Prerequisite

None.

Content

  • Why collaborative, informal and social approaches to training are increasingly preferred to more traditional approaches
  • What changes can be observed in organizations that use these new approaches?
  • What technologies are most often used, and how can we evaluate their success?
  • Informal training: how can it be measured, and should it be supervised?
  • How to allow trainers and coaches to fully contribute when using these approaches
  • Can best results be achieved without complementary approaches?
  • Mixing different approaches
  • The design and execution of training activities within each of the approaches
  • Using a proven game plan to ensure your first project is a success

DATES*

*Unless stated otherwise, all sessions are in French.
  • Montreal

    October 12 2017

  • Quebec City

    October 19 2017

  • Montreal

    February 6 2018

  • Quebec City

    February 27 2018

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