Posted by Caveo Learning ● November 1, 2014

Curriculum Architecture Design Part of Learning Strategy Development

dacumprocessThe curriculum architecture design development process produces a defined structure of performance-based learning solutions and training deliverables for specific jobs or job functions within an organization.

The curriculum provides a detailed map for the learning journey and prioritizes events throughout. Outputs include target audience analysis data, performance models, knowledge and skills matrices, assessments of existing training and performance support, and a capabilities maturity assessment.

Here are three case studies illustrating how Caveo Learning helped clients solidify an effective learning strategy through the curriculum architecture design development process.

Multinational Oil and Gas Company

A multinational oil and gas company engaged Caveo to create an executive trading development program to identify, develop, and elevate strong internal trader candidates. The 16-month program included gaining command of basic terminology, personal skills development, industry- and trading-specific knowledge, and application techniques.

Industry Leader in Water Treatment

An industry leader in water treatment and technology wanted to unify the sales process across both the commercial and industrial sales teams, as well as provide the tools, techniques, and practical experiences needed to integrate best practices into its workflow. Caveo enhanced the existing curriculum for the commercial sales team while developing a sales process to quick-start the newly-formed industrial sales team.

Chicago Nonprofit Organization

Due to escalated growth, one of the largest private nonprofit organizations in the country required an efficient training process to provide newly promoted frontline managers with customer-facing leadership skills. The program introduced the learners to common (and not-so-common) issues they would experience as managers and prepared them to apply specific tools and techniques to meet and exceed customer issues.

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