Increasing numbers of experienced L&D professionals now play the role of L&D Consultants, managing a network of relationships with internal client groups. This involves dealing with incoming requests for training programmes, working in a consultative capacity with senior stakeholders to clarify business needs and confirming the nature of any associated solutions.
Delegates apply five stages of the Consultancy Process, to a selected scenario.
Leading to the TAP Certificate in L&D Consultancy Skills
Leading to theTAP Certificate in L&D Consultancy Skills
The key objective of this challenging role is to agree best-practice solutions that employ the optimum blend of resources and that meet the needs of the business in a cost-effective manner. However, the skills and knowledge required to provide effective L&D consultancy do not necessarily come naturally to all trainers.
Benefits to the delegate
Learn a robust consultative methodology
to interact with challenging and assertive stakeholders
Use methods to gather information and
evidence to validate the stakeholder's need
Learn in a size-restricted group of up to
Enhance role credibility by obtaining
a professional qualification
Benefits to the organisation
A competent and qualified L&D Consultant
who can deliver effective solutions to support organisational goals
Builds stakeholder trust in the reliability
Due to their unique range and scope, TAP Qualifications provide individuals and organisations with a means to develop a career pathway based on achieving Certification of Learning and Development skills. This Certificate delivers a competency set aligned to the relevant L&D Standards published by The British Institute for Learning & Development.
Due to their unique range and scope, TAP Qualifications provide individuals and organisations with a means to develop a career pathway based on achieving Certification of Learning and Development skills. This Certificate delivers a competency set aligned to the relevant L&D Standards L&D Standards published by The British Institute for Learning & Development.
British Institute for Learning and Development (the Institute)free
free professional Institute membership for a year, unless already a member. Please see more about the Institute's membership benefits here www.theBILD.org www.theBILD.org .
1. Understanding the L&D consultancy role
2. Employing a range of consultancy skills in order to maintain effective relationships
3. Conducting interviews with stakeholders to effectively develop the brief
4. Undertaking validation of the need
5. Exploring possible approaches and identifying a potential solution
6. Gaining stakeholder agreement to solution presented
7. Undertaking evaluation and review of implemented solution
If you need training for 3 or more people, you should ask us about onsite training. Putting aside the obvious location benefit, content can be customised to better meet your business objectives and more can be covered than in a public classroom. It's a cost effective option.
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