CMDBID: 71324 | Course Code: L,TAP,D | Duration: 3 Days
Take away tools and templates for benchmarking quality in L&D, drafting an L&D strategy and managing risks associated with change that could affect the strategy.
Delegates analyse their own L&D function to identify actions they can take to increase its effectiveness and efficiency in the following areas: Quality, Strategy, Risk, Change, Performance, and Evaluation.
Leading to the TAP Certificate in Managing the L&D Function .
Leading to the
TAP Certificate in Managing the L&D Function
TAP Certificate in Managing the L&D Function .
Build confidence in managing relationships with business units and other stakeholders by being able to interpret the needs of the business and the learning community
Gain insights into how team capability can be enhanced to successfully implement the strategy
Network with other L&D managers and discuss how they have overcome similar challenges
Benefits to the organisation
Professional management practice raises L&D's credibility and highlights the function's value to the business
Ensures that the L&D strategy is aligned with business objectives and that L&D services are quality-focused
Builds trust within the L&D team and in the reliability of learning within the wider organisation
Enhances engagement with business unit managers
Enhances L&D's credibility within the organisation
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 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 role of an L&D Manager
Defining the term 'effective L&D Management'
Understanding the management model in context
2. Developing an L&D Charter
Defining the responsibilities of the L&D function and of its learners
Identifying an appropriate range of methods to embed the charter into the organisation
3. Improving quality standards
Recognising the importance of improving quality standards
Understanding the benchmarking process and its value to the L&D function
Identifying suitable benchmarking partners
Analysing the L&D function against the benchmarking tool
Prioritising the analysis prior to implementation
Recognising the importance of delegation
Identifying suitable tasks to delegate in context
Understanding the delegation process and the levels of responsibility
Knowing the elements to include in a briefing to delegate a task
5. Developing an L&D strategy
Understanding the route by which the strategy is derived
Understanding the strategy model in context
Understanding the importance of, and process for, identifying key stakeholders
Developing a range of strategies for communicating with each key stakeholder
Identifying an appropriate range of methods to raise the profile of the L&D function
6. Managing risk in a changing environment
Defining the term 'change management'
Understanding how the Sigmoid curve drives change in the organisation
Understanding the underpinning theory of the Kubler-Ross change curve
Identifying suitable strategies to manage behaviour in a changing environment
Understanding the risk management process and how it can be applied in context
Analysing risks to the L&D function by using the probability/impact diagram
7. Managing performance
Understanding the advantages and disadvantages of each of the management styles and how they might be applied in context
Identifying issues that may affect the performance of the team
Recognising effective team and management behaviours
8. Delivering efficient solutions
Understanding the term 'blended learning' and how it adds value in context
Identifying media options that would increase the efficiency of learning solutions
9. Evaluating effectiveness
Defining the term 'evaluation'
Understanding the requirements of key stakeholders in respect of evaluation measures
Understanding the Kirkpatrick model of evaluation in context
Identifying relevant business benefits for the work the L&D function undertakes
Understanding how to calculate the return on investment and payback period for projects
Identifying relevant data to communicate to key stakeholders
Our clients have included prestigious national organisations such as Oxford University Press, multi-national private corporations such as JP Morgan and HSBC, as well
as public sector institutions such as the Department of Defence and the Department of Health.