EGSL Development Services

To maximize the return on our clients’ training investments, EGSL can also work with our clients to develop a comprehensive long-term training plan. By doing so, our clients are put in touch with all of the required training resources, monitoring of the development of their employees and take a considerable burden of effort off their management team.

Whether large or small (private or public), our clients can benefit from this service.

The following steps are involved:

Training Need Analysis:

Our training needs analysis (TNA) is a review of learning and development needs for staff within in your organisation. We considers the skills, knowledge andbehaviours that your employees need, and how to develop them effectively.

Our organisational TNA are undertaken in 3 levels:

1. Organisational level: Performance recommendations
2. Team/departmental level
3. Individual level: Talent development plan


Training Planning:

EGSL plan is not only to identify the training requirements within the organisation, but also prioritise them and set out the ways in which the requirements can be met, the resources needed, the timescale, and the way in which the learning will be evaluated.

Training Delivery:

Delivery methodology considerations occur after we've defined with our clients the objectives, assessments, content types, and learning sequence for the training. Depending on objectives and the content types, some — or even all — of training can be done outside of the classroom. Or our clients may find that a mix of training methods can be used to minimize time out of the job and still ensure that the training is effective.EGSL blended training solution components typically include a combination of the following:

  • Web-based training (WBT)
  • Multimedia-based training (MBT)
  • Other self-paced instruction
  • Online help
  • Distance-learning
  • Reference documentation
  • Instructor-led classroom-based training
Training Evaluation:

It is important to consider evaluation of training and development activities at the planning stage and build this into our client’s TNA. Our strong evaluation will help in planning future training and learning activity that has shown itself to be effective. The widely used Kirkpatrick model identifies four levels of evaluation:

  • Reaction
  • Learning
  • Behaviour
  • Result