INNOVATIVE APPROACHES TO TRAINING
October 15 to 16, 2019
8:30am to 4:30pm
4080, rue Wellington, bureau 300
Montréal (Québec) H4G 1V4
Develop a support network of internal practitioners/trainers within your organisation
One of the most effective ways of sharing knowledge in your organisation is through the transfer of expertise from one employee to another. This type of in-house training is likely to yield several benefits in addition to being more interactive than traditional training. This training session will allow you to increase the expertise of your employees, develop your facilitation skills, and diversify your learning methods.
Define peer learning
Define the different forms of peer learning (co-development, communities of practice, etc.)
Implement co-development groups
Implement communities of practice
Effectively facilitate various forms of per learning
Effectively structure peer learning activities
Identify benefits for participants and the organisation
Develop an approach to implementing communities of practice
Apply co-development group methodology
Innovate ways to ensure the transfer of knowledge between employees
Choose methodology according to need
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Anyone aiming to encourage the transfer of expertise and facilitate the acquisition of informal knowledge in their organisation.
To maximize training efficiency, the number of participants is limited to 12 per group.
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