This innovative program builds on Prof. Brinkerhoff’s previous work – integrating performance improvement concepts, practical applications of the 70-20-10 concept, and fundamental learning theories into a unique learning experience for each participant. Key tasks and assignments are embedded into a seamless process that can transform and add value to more traditional group learning interventions, such as workshops and seminars. This High Performance Learning Journeys (HPLJ) approach has been proven to dramatically increase the impact of training on workplace performance.
The HPLJ certification program is highly hands-on and practical, giving you first-hand experience of using powerful tools and proven techniques that you will put into practice in your own working environment during the certification process.
Instructional designers and other learning professionals wanting to design learning that drives sustained behavioral change, improves workplace performance and creates lasting results. You will join a cohort that includes instructional designers, facilitators, learning and development professionals/project managers, performance consultants, and others who wish to transform training.
This training program contains practical solutions to assess, improve and build training programs to create performance change. During the program you will work with practical tools and templates that you will apply to improve your existing training curriculums.
The program creates a learning journey that consists of mandatory pre- and post-work, a two-day practice oriented group workshop, and an examination assignment, that successfully completed, will earn the certification.
Participants can proceed at their own pace, but the process is designed to span about 4-8 weeks, and will demand approximately 16 hours of individual learning assignments before and after the workshop.
$ 1 995 Full price
$ 1 695 Early bird-price, 45+ days in advance
Kick off: 11 June, 13:00-14:00 CET (ONLINE)
Classroom training: 25-26 June
Check in: 6 September, 13:00-14:00 CET (ONLINE)