No big deal. We’ve been doing this for three-and-a-half decades.
For too many of us, classroom training brings up the memories of trying to stay awake while the teacher drones on in a nasal monotone. But with good classroom materials and design, an instructor-led training (ILT) isn’t the torture technique of days gone by. Classroom courses have benefits ranging from group morale building to more personal onboarding.
Although classroom training is still relevant, using it with new generations also brings new challenges. You have to engage a younger, more tech-savvy audience who is used to navigating the world at their own pace, learning online, and holding global meetings from their homes. So your classroom materials have to be modern, relevant, and engaging.
No big deal. We’ve been doing this for three-and-a-half decades, and have evolved to train new learners. We consult with your team on the front end of the initiative, evaluating your audience’s needs and the way they’d like to learn. With the expertise that comes from decades of experience, Allen can design a training that brings in the best your team has to offer, like interesting content or a fantastic expert, and we apply it to a classroom experience in new ways.
Our classroom materials don’t look anything like what you’d expect for a lecture. And that’s because we don’t want you to lecture. We want people to learn. Allen can help you initiate engagement with relevant roll-out assets, craft the perfect pre-work to help learners show up ready to go, place your learners in groups for more interaction, use group leads to facilitate discussion, create apps to help learners apply principles in realistic scenarios, apply real-time polling to keep them engaged with smartphones, craft application activities that mimic reality, and create follow-on tools to help speed up their time to competency after the classroom experience. The list is endless and is customized completely for your learners and their needs.