As the labor market tightens, business and technology leaders at companies across the country face an IT skills shortage that continues to grow. Business and technology are becoming more tightly integrated, yet the talent pool is not growing in pace with the market needs. Partner with Genesis10 to build workforce capability or reskill through a tailored Instructional Design program to grow your IT workforce.
Leaders are confronted with an ever increasing rate of change and complexity. Responding to change by modifying processes or technology often creates a need for communicating and educating teams about emerging technologies, enhancements or skills development. The team that adapts quickly and effectively wins the competitive advantage.
Since 2012, Genesis10 Instructional Design teams have been providing our clients with exceptional value by:
Genesis10 can be engaged in a consultative capacity. Our services span development of a specific training module through a comprehensive training curriculum that includes multiple modules, learning objectives and assessments.
Genesis10 will develop a training curriculum to meet budget price points and organizational technology requirements for optimal user experience. Options include:
Services are provided in a virtual, outsource capacity with continuous collaboration and travel as needed for face-to-face client engagement.
The engagement will kick-off with a facilitated requirements definition session to identify the training objective as well as delivery method. Context on how the training will be delivered, as well as if it is part of a comprehensive learning curriculum or as a stand-alone capability aids in the development process. All training will be designed in a modular fashion to create flexibility for future content enhancements as well as to support additional training modules.
Genesis10 uses a proven and effective Instructional Design model, ADDIE. The five phases—Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation—represent a dynamic, flexible guideline for building effective training and performance support tools. Our model incorporates:
Source: University of Michigan