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Custom Learning Design

Custom Learning Solutions

At some organizations, corporate learning means a structured way to organize training resources, while at other companies, it means a fully developed curriculum with completion steps supporting competencies.

Examples of a few of the custom solutions we have provided include:

  • Design of Mentor workshops, guides, support resources, incentives, and evaluation tools
  • Development of management development guidebooks to support competencies
  • Corporate University guidebook with resources for all employees to build competencies
  • Career development strategy design for technical and managerial staff
  • Training programs for HR team on using social media-based recruiting
  • Creation of custom Train-the-Trainer workshops to close gaps and build skills

Connect with us to explore the learning strategy and approach that best meets your needs and culture.

Sarah helped us to design our corporate learning program. I’m glad that we had the opportunity to partner with Sarah on this project. Her extensive experience designing corporate universities and her depth of knowledge in the learning and organizational development field were an asset to our team.
— Mary Schiavoni, VP of Human Resources, Adimab, LLC
Based on her deep experience in learning, change management, and consulting, I asked Sarah to help me put together RSG’s Board of Regents for our company’s Institute. She has been an amazing and supportive partner in this effort and her excellent facilitation has helped us move our learning initiatives forward and in the right direction. I highly recommend Sarah and will continue to work with her as a valuable professional resource.
— Former Director of Human Resources, Resource Systems Group
Sarah did an excellent job of teaching my training team about learning objectives, ADDIE, feedback and other tools. The team especially liked the student handbook that she designed for them. They already are making plans to include it in their next courses they develop.
— Amy Couter, Training Manager, Entergy