Workshop360 is a unique blended learning approach that incorporates the best of Distance Learning, Facilitated Instruction, On-The-Job Reinforcement, and maximizes the benefit of a trained workforce prepared to meet the challenges of a dynamic industry.

For Decision-Makers

Workshop360 is designed to provide YOU with:

  • Significant performance improvement through:

    • Identification of specific training needs by employee

    • Testing and assessment of employee levels of skill and knowledge mastery

    • Maximize time employees spend on their job (and not in training)

  • Ability of employees to receive reinforcement well beyond the conclusion of a training "event" and once back "on the job"

  • Identification of which employees have completed pre-workshop components of training

  • An opportunity to collect success stories, recognize challenges overcome, share approaches across multiple trainees and multiple sessions.

  • Implementation support to ensure training accomplishes objectives

For Trainees

Workshop360 is designed to provide YOU with:

  • Ability to focus on the training you need and not be forced to endure "one size fits all" training

  • Individualized feedback on performance and understanding of the trained content

  • Reinforcement of newly trained skills to ensure knowledge and skill transfer

  • Efficient use of time prior to attending classroom training to prepare and learn new skills and reduce time away from the job

  • Access to colleagues to share ideas, successes, challenges, and learn from each other once back on the job

  • Opportunity to ask questions of the facilitator once back on the job and receive customized support tailored to unique situations.

What Workshop360 Includes:

The components of Workshop360 are specific to each training's objectives and company's needs, but are selected from:

  • Pre-Workshop

    • Video introduction to Workshop360 concept

    • Concept overview of material to be trained

    • Quiz(zes)

    • Assignments to complete prior to attending classroom session

  • Classroom Session

    • Facilitated sessions led by industry expert

    • Exercises/Role Plays/Case Studies/Practice sessions

    • Job-Aids, Workbooks, and Reference Materials

  • Post-Workshop

    • Tips and techniques/reinforcement

    • Quizzes for retention checking

    • Success stories/testimonials

    • Blogs/threaded discussions/webinar

How does Workshop360 work?

Prior to attending a classroom training session (or perhaps in place of a classroom session), you will be expected to review some pre-workshop reading material and complete some exercises. The focus of the pre-workshop activities are to familiarize yourself with the process, the instructor, the specific objectives of the seminar, and the expectations of how this training will improve performance.

After you have completed the pre-workshop materials, you will attend a classroom session to interact with others, practice skills, ask questions, receive feedback, etc. The classroom session will be focused on the behavioral aspects of the skills to be trained and providing one-on-one coaching, simulations, role plays and other activities designed to help you incorporate the new skills into your repertoire and integrate the training into your work behaviors.

After the classroom session, you will have opportunity to participate in post-classroom web-based activities to reinforce the skills, ask additional questions, participate in forums and discussions with other classmates, and receive further training to enhance skills.


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Questions to Ask Yourself

Can your employees link how their work supports the company’s 3-year plan?

If employees are unable to see how their work is vital to the success of the company and cannot connect their contribution to the larger goals of the company, one of two things may be needed:

  • the company runs the risk of having employees that may TRULY not being doing work that is productive or that provide any value to the company and should be eliminated

  • The connection between the work done by the employee and the significance of it to the company’s goals are not aligned or are out of balance and need to be better communicated, linked, or modified so that the employee’s work is seen in the proper context.


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