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Caveo Learning

Caveo Learning is a learning consulting firm, providing learning solutions to Fortune 1000 and other leading organizations. We partner with Chief Learning Officers and other learning leaders to help them more closely align their L&D (Learning and Development) organizations to deliver recurring, scalable and measurable performance gains – tightly matched to the company’s business goals and drivers. We also work with leaders in other functional areas to structure and execute learning and performance solutions aligned with major corporate initiatives. When the L&D organization is fully and appropriately engaged, everybody wins. Corporate initiatives are more successful. Employees are happier and more productive. L&D is acknowledged as a critical contributor. That is our mission. We deliver ROI-focused strategic learning consulting, learning and performance solutions enabled by learning technologies. Caveo is your partner for performance-based learning solutions that drive business value.

Read These 10 Tips Before Translating Your Learning

Posted by Caveo Learning on July 14, 2020

The process of translating learning materials is a critical step for a global organization to effectively function as a cohesive unit. With new markets come new employees who may require translation into their native language. This is a complicated endeavor requiring expertise around localization, technology, and cultural differences. Thoughtful planning will save you time and money, and will help avoid setbacks down the line.

Here are 10 tips to make learning translation and localization an easier effort.

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Caveo Named to 2020 Training Industry Top 20 Custom Content Development List

Posted by Caveo Learning on July 9, 2020

Caveo has been selected as a Training Industry Top 20 Custom Content Development company for the fourth year running!

“This year’s Top 20 Custom Content Development Companies are creating unique solutions by developing customized training that aligns with an organization’s business objectives,” said Ken Taylor, president of Training Industry, Inc. “These engaging learning experiences are supported through the latest learning technologies, such as virtual and augmented reality, simulations, and artificial intelligence. Through their expertise in developing learning content for an array of modalities, these companies offer comprehensive solutions for a variety of learners.”

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Caveo Named to 2020 Training Industry Top 20 Outsourcing Companies List

Posted by Caveo Learning on June 4, 2020

For the second year in a row, Caveo Learning, which provides learning strategies and solutions to companies, not-for-profits and other leading organizations, has been selected as a Training Industry Top 20 Training Outsourcing company.

“The 2020 Top 20™ Training Outsourcing Companies are an innovative group of organizations developing, managing and delivering training initiatives that create an engaging learning experience and improve employee performance,” said Ken Taylor, president of Training Industry, Inc. “These companies offer comprehensive solutions that solve business needs for organizations around the world.”

Caveo received the same recognition in 2019 and also earned Top 20 Content Development honors from Training Industry three times, from 2017 to 2019.

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7 Ideas for Interactive Activities in Your Virtual Training Environment

Posted by Caveo Learning on March 24, 2020

One of the most common mistakes instructional designers make when creating virtual instructor-led training is failing to account for VILT’s high-engagement need.

Because of potential distractions and the feeling of disconnectedness that can come from learners and facilitators being geographically dispersed, designers are wise to treat virtual training similarly to post-lunch classroom training. That is, realize that participants may be sluggish and unenthusiastic, particularly at the outset, and make extra efforts to keep them energized and on task. In general, VILT should include more activity and screen actions than would be appropriate for a comparable training in a traditional classroom setting. Include a physical interaction—typing, speaking, clicking, etc.—at least every 3–5 minutes, and never go more than 90 seconds without some kind of visual engagement.

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Caveo Presenting at Training Magazine Training 2020

Posted by Caveo Learning on February 10, 2020

Caveo is thrilled to be attending Training Magazine's 43rd Annual Training Conference & Expo! In addition to attending, Paul Powell, PMO Director, and Mitch Weiss, VP of Client Services, will present on Caveo's patented process, A. We'll also be posted up at Booth 706 in the expo, so be sure to stop by and see us!

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Develop Better Training Projects by Building SME Relationships

Posted by Caveo Learning on October 17, 2019

Instructional designers often find ourselves needing to build relationships—and quickly.

We instructional designers (IDs) rely on a variety of other people in the process of designing and developing training initiatives. We work diligently to address myriad aspects of training materials development, all while trying to stay true to sound adult learning principles.

Successful execution of training projects is built on partnership and collaboration with subject matter experts (SMEs). Simply put, IDs need SMEs—we can't collect, distill, and verify the content for the training program all on our own. IDs cannot possibly know everything about every topic, which is why SMEs hold a critical role in any training project.

Conflict within ID-SME relationships can cause projects to derail quickly. Our personalities, work styles, likes, and dislikes all differ from each other. But regardless of our viewpoints and what we agree on, there is much we can do as IDs to manage those SME relationships, and even prevent conflict altogether.

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Caveo's Sandy Stricker on Why Onboarding Doesn't Work

Posted by Caveo Learning on September 10, 2019

Onboarding failures are costly to your company in the form of money, time, and resources. If your new hires become quickly disengaged and unproductive, you may have a few hiccups in your onboarding to overcome.

Caveo learning solutions architect Sandy Stricker gives us solutions to the problems often seen in onboarding programs in the recent Training Industry, Inc. blog, 6 Reasons Onboarding Doesn't Work.

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Caveo's Renie McClay Presenting at ATD Florida Suncoast ASCEND 2019

Posted by Caveo Learning on August 20, 2019

Renie McClay, Senior Project Manager at Caveo Learning, is presenting along with Dara Moore, Independent L&D Consultant, at the Association for Talent Development Suncoast Florida Chapter’s ASCEND Conference on September 20, 2019 in Tampa, FL. This annual conference is the area's largest talent development event, bringing the latest in trends and tools for engaging learners. Talent development practitioners from all around the Suncoast area will be in attendance at the Bryan Glazer Family JCC.

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Caveo's Brian Ziemba Schools Us on Meaningful Train-the-Trainer Programs

Posted by Caveo Learning on August 15, 2019

ILT takes valuable time and resources on the part of your learners and your company. With numerous learning options available now, all parties have come to expect a high quality, engaging, and memorable classroom experience to guarantee a positive return on investment (ROI).

Caveo instructional designer Brian Ziemba leads us through options for train-the-trainer programs to ensure success in your organization's learning efforts in the recent Training Industry, Inc. blog, Maximize Classroom Training with Meaningful Train-the-Trainer Programs.

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Caveo Named to 2019 Training Industry Top 20 List of Content Development Companies

Posted by Caveo Learning on May 23, 2019

For the third year in a row, Training Industry, Inc. has named Caveo Learning to its 2019 Training Industry Top 20™ Content Development Companies List!

Selection to the list is based on the following criteria:

  • Industry visibility, innovation, and impact
  • Capability to develop and deliver multiple types of training services
  • Company size and growth potential
  • Depth and breadth of subject matter expertise
  • Quality of clients
  • Geographic reach
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