Everyone knows that, in order to improve organizational performance, you must invest in staff training, but the “one-size-fits-all” approach of pre-packaged training may not be worth your investment. Generic training does not directly address the unique skills needs of your organization and its employees. You may invest time and money in these programs, but it could be difficult to determine the benefit to your employees or your exact training return on investment (ROI).
This is how we are different.
At The Competency Group, we believe in smart training. We help you develop a strategy to understand the specific needs and goals of your business before developing a corporate training program. By developing a training strategy, we ensure that your investment of time and money in your staff will directly affect employee performance.
Here’s how it works. With the input of your staff, the Competency Group team develops the competency maps and performance indicators that can be used to identify employee performance gaps. Based on the findings of the gap analysis, we then work with you to develop learning objectives for the training before developing the learner and instructor materials. Not only that, we also design the training to fit as seamlessly as possible into your organization. This tailored approach is very versatile and can work at an individual level, a departmental level, an organizational level or even an industry-wide occupational level.
Our process doesn’t end with the training program. We also develop training evaluation tools that can help you track the effectiveness of the program. The real test of training return on investment (ROI) depends on post-training employee performance assessments. It is simply commonsense: training is effective only if the knowledge gained and skills learned are demonstrated in the workplace. The Competency Group’s competency-based training ensures that the training content is directly related to actual job tasks so that it has a positive impact on employee performance and, ultimately, on your company’s bottom line.