The learning solution designer’s programme: This programme provides those responsible for designing learning solutions with the knowledge, skills and insights needed to design world-class interventions. Using the >BL method, participants will be able to design end-to-end solutions that deliver efficiencies while maximising transfer of learning. Find out more.
The learning consultant’s programme: Aimed at internal consultants, business partners and learning strategists, this programme provides participants with the skills of the trusted consultant and the confidence to put these skills into practice. Find out more.
The learning facilitator’s programme: For those who facilitate learning in a physical or virtual classroom, as well as on-the-job or within online courses. Ideal for turning subject specialists into expert facilitators, or for those who want to transfer their classroom skills to the virtual world. Find out more.
The digital learning designer’s programme: Designed for learning professionals and subject specialists, this programme provides you with the skills you need to create engaging and effective digital learning content in all its forms, from simple slides, PDFs, podcasts and screencasts, through to videos, quizzes, tutorials and scenarios. Find out more.
The classroom designer’s programme: This programme is for those who design sessions that are delivered in a physical or virtual classroom, particularly when these are employed within the context of a blended solution. Find out more.
The >BL approach to in-company programmes
We design all of our programmes around a number of key principles:
- No two programmes are exactly the same. You get what you need.
- Every programme is blended to ensure an end-to-end experience, aimed at long-term behaviour change and impact back on the job.
- We base our content and our approach on proven, evidence-based learning principles.
- We provide lots of opportunities for participants to build confidence through practice with expert feedback.
- We cross the boundaries of formal and informal learning, so the transfer of new ideas to the job becomes seamless.
How the programmes are configured
Each programme (except for the Primer) can work in a number of formats, depending on your particular requirements. We often include face-to-face elements but we’re also happy to provide online-only versions where these are more practical. Either way we will always provide a mix of live and self-paced elements.
Those programmes which centre on face-to-face delivery will tend to be shorter in terms of elapsed time. However, we do not recommend condensing any of the programmes too much as this will not allow for adequate spaced practice. It takes time to become a competent and confident learning practitioner and there are no easy shortcuts.