Steps of the training process
Our Training Process follows a meticulous work of Diagnosis of Needs, Conception, Monitoring and Training Assessment throughout Six Phases.
Phases of the Training Process
The dynamics of this process must be carried out carefully, as this change of knowledge, attitude and behaviour is not a static process.
To ensure an effective acquirement of knowledge, the training process must stand on 6 phases.
In this phase it is crucial to define evaluation criteria of training, which enable us to assess its effectiveness, during and after the training process.
In Deep Courses we conceive assessments for the end of each module, in order to evaluate the training continuously.
The Educational Methodologies we use in the classroom have been considered very innovative and effective by our Customers and are defined as Active Teaching based on the techniques of Accelerated Learning, turning the training sessions into playful and participative moments while aiming for the previously established goals.
Through training sessions we eliminate the forces that oppose the process of change, allowing a process of melting and re-crystallizing in a higher stage of development according to the previous established goals.
This is when we apply the concept developed on phase 2.
To avoid that, there must be a pre-assessment of the results of training - a short time after the training sessions, - based on the evaluation criteria defined on phase 1, to verify if the previously established goals where achieved or not.
The follow-ups sometimes take place in the classroom, but ideally they should happen in the working place during normal procedure of the participants. Management should be part of this follow-up.
This final stage is crucial for the success of training. When skipped, it may turn training into a cost and not an investment.
We believe that the follow up to this changing process is an important part of the training process just as the training in itself.
This phase is carried out by a third-party, as ethics abstain us from self-judgement.