A strategic training programme requires continuous and consistent management to succeed. Following a step-by-step process will not only benefit the development of your customers and channel partners but your entire organisation.
In the early stages of training programme development, planning how you intend to support, maintain and manage it is the key to its success.
For this, there are generally two options: outsourcing to a specialist or keeping it under one roof in-house.
However, deciding how to move forward isn’t clear cut. Many factors can impact the decision.
We are not about to tell you to outsource to us. It’s about us helping you explore your options and make the right choice for your requirements.
Whenever we make a decision to purchase a new product or service, we all have questions. Choosing the right LMS for your organisation can be a difficult decision, especially as there are so many options on the market.
We’ve written this blog to save some of the guesswork and answer any questions you may have ahead of your decision.
The WahooLMS has been specifically created for training external audiences so it’s important to us to explain the how, why and what.
Do you think you might be ready to work with Wahoo Learning? Perhaps you’ve identified your challenges and how training solves them. Maybe an online training programme is what you have needed for a while now, but you don’t have the budget or resources available to make it a success.
As a business, we work with you to gain a full understanding of your business and situation to ensure that both parties are ready to sign on the dotted line. There’s nothing worse than wasted time on both parts.
Are you developing a new training programme? Or perhaps refreshing eLearning course content or looking for new course content? There are such vast differences between some of what is available on the market today, so we wanted to explain, in full, what our eLearning production service is all about.
This blog should provide you with a clear idea of what we offer as part of our design services, and whether it meets the needs of your organisation.
Developing and launching a training programme to help solve the challenges associated with managing a channel partner network is a major feat and a positive step towards business growth.
However, many businesses attempt to launch without futureproofing their programme.
So, before you start developing your programme or try to find a way to deliver your training, we want to discuss the common challenges that can occur before and after launch and use our experience to help you avoid these pitfalls.
How do you know if a channel partner training programme will give you the results you need? We understand that it’s sometimes difficult to understand exactly how a new system will offer the return on investment needed for your business to reach its goals.
This blog has been written to help you understand the intricacies of training programmes and how one technology-based company made it work for them.
Caterpillar’s historic comeback was nearly three decades ago, but the principles behind its success still hold true. Given proper support, your external sales network is the key to new markets, the upholder of your brand’s integrity, and your partners in securing loyalty. But in order to become all of these things, businesses need to provide adequate support and training.
Crutches have remained relatively unchanged for hundreds of years. The logic is simple: You use your hands and arms to balance and move. So when the iWalk 2.0 came onto the scene promising hands-free use, the brand expected users would have trouble visualising how it works.
Yet instead of directing the educational effort towards consumers, the company went a different way and focused on resellers. Partners were given comprehensive training on how to fit patients for the device, and how to teach them to walk in it.
Partnering with a new business is a big commitment. Time, money and resources are used, and before you decide to press ahead, you need to know if you are making the right choice.
In this article, we answer the questions and concerns which we have come across over the years to try and settle any fears you may have.
Whether you’re ready to work with us or you’re just comparing your options, these FAQs are designed to help answer the questions we are asked most often.
Once you have finished reading, you will know everything you need to know about working with Wahoo Learning.
When working on a new training programme, the onus tends to be on content and delivery. The general consensus is usually “we don’t need to outsource any of it”, “we didn’t know we could outsource it” or “this or that team can easily fit that in”.
Of course, we know otherwise and we want to share that knowledge with you.
Maybe you have launched a training programme but it is not reaching its goals, or you are looking at launching a training programme, you are aware of some significant challenges and you don’t want it to fail. Whichever group you fall into, this blog is written to help you understand what can make your training programme fail and the steps you can take to make sure it doesn’t happen to you.
Are you looking at outsourcing your training and using managed learning services? There are so many solutions on the market that we thought it would be helpful for us to talk in-depth about managed learning services, what it encompasses and how using these services can benefit your organisation.
Of course, we know this may seem a little subjective, but we want to help you decide whether our services are the best fit for you.
The average business can take weeks of developing, testing and iterating a single training course before it launches. Some plot out programmes on a yearly basis. However, due to the rapidly evolving nature of the skills we need to work today, that approach will no longer be efficient.
More often than not, creating, maintaining and delivering successful training programmes comes with budgetary challenges. In our experience, the cost attached to producing valuable content is often overlooked or grossly underestimated.
But, many businesses that offer training don’t contemplate the value that high-quality training content holds to the learner. When training content is created, marketed and sold correctly, it’s possible to offset the cost of the programme.