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Developing your Bespoke Programme

The starting point for any bespoke programme is to find out more about your organisation, its corporate strategy and objectives and how training can be designed to support achievement of those objectives. 


Step one: Consult and advise

We work with you to get a better understanding of your objectives for investing in training for your team; for example, do you want to have an impact on knowledge, change behaviour or change the skill set of a group of employees? Or, do you want your team to gain new knowledge and/or skills? Listening to you and understanding the drivers for your business is the key to putting together a package to deliver the required learning outcomes.

Step two: Scope and develop

Based on these initial conversations we develop a learning and development programme to deliver the desired learning outcomes. 

Step three: Review and finalise

The next stage is to review the outline programme with you to ensure it meets your requirements and then the content is finalised and timeframes for delivery agreed.

Step four: Deliver

The learning programme is delivered at a time and place in line with your organisational needs.

Step five: Feedback and evaluate

Finally, we help you to evaluate the impact of the training, and use the feedback to inform future development plans. Ideally we measure impact back in the workplace after the course to ensure a return on investment.

Return on Investment

In these tough economic conditions it is important that you get value out of any training investment and with a bespoke programme we can help you to get the best out of your team and improve the organisation’s performance in an efficient and cost-effective way. 

We are keen to make the training work for you, so it can be delivered at your offices or an external venue of your choice.


Testimonial from Wincanton

When Wincanton wanted to deliver bespoke training for managers in the field of stock and systems, we found we had the content, but needed support in the construction and delivery of a professional and effective training package. CILT worked closely with us to provide the expertise, know-how and resources to produce a fantastic programme that adds real value to our business and our clients’ operations. In providing a top-notch trainer to deliver the material, our colleagues CILT have assisted yet further and the partnership approach with Wincanton is still going from strength to strength.

Martin Sealy, Business Unit Director – Manufacturing, Wincanton


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