Most organisations appreciate the importance of effective training as a key contributor to business success. The ADDIE/Systematic Training
developed by Hosca provides a company with an approach that helps to deliver both on-the-job and off-the-job training activities. It does this in the context of Continuous Improvement. We bring systems thinking to trianing and draw from a diverse number of different fields. These include areas such as, industrial engineering, business process engineering and accelerated learning.
The key focus of ADDIE/Systematic Training
is on the trainer. Our approach includes training trainers in the critical areas of ADDIE (Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation and Evaluation) but goes beyond this to look at qualification and competency modelling, training plans, duty aligned curricula certification and national accreditation processes.
We also ensure links into Quality Systems to guarantee that training documentation meets ISO / FDA / IMB standards. We can also work with you to develop appropriate software applications for training administration, databases, visual aids and competency models.
Systematic Training also provides professional development for your trainiers. Attendance at a training event plus the development and delivery of training instructions that meets the certification standards of a number of the professional, training bodies. Our six day development programme is certified by both FETAC level 3
and The ILM
.CASE STUDY - SYSTEMATIC TRAINING IN ACTION
The Company was established in the UK in 2000, the new millennium year. It was to be the first offshore manufacturing facility for the Corporation outside the U.S. and was hailed as a state of the art facility that reflected the new millennium.
The Corporation operated in the high volume, low cost area of the electronics sector. Quality, Cost and Delivery was the fundamental criteria for success. Motivated, attentive employees who cared for their kit were the key to delivering the quality of the product. Good conditions and careful attention to communication were part of the U.S. culture and were easily translated to the UK with some variances to cater for local needs. For the full case study please click on the link Systematic training case study.pdf
Details on ADDIE/Systematic training can be found in Course Outlines