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HOW TO DESIGN CUSTOM TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION

September 20, 2022

by Cj Pettus

You are interested in designing a custom training and development program for your team. You know that you can benefit from the University of Michigan’s expertise. By collaborating with Nexus at Michigan Engineering, you can tackle your unique challenges and strengthen your team with a program that fits your needs. So, what are your first steps?

1. EXPLORE COURSE TOPICS

Nexus offers more than 20 training and development courses. Whether your company needs to focus on healthcare, mobility, manufacturing, leadership, continuous improvement, or something else, you can find an existing course (or courses) related to your specialty.

2. CONTACT US

After you have some ideas, reach out to Nexus. You will fill out a simple form, and a Nexus team member will contact you to discuss your options.

3. NARROW YOUR FOCUS

Once you’ve explored the public courses, you may realize that you are interested in portions of several different courses, or perhaps you want to hone in on a specific topic. You, along with Nexus team members, will consider your organization’s interests and find courses or topics that fit your needs.

4. COLLABORATE WITH NEXUS

With the instructors, you will create a training and development program that uniquely fits your organization. You will decide on course duration, delivery mode, the agenda, content and more.

5. GROW FROM THE EXPERIENCE

Your team will actively participate in the custom course that you designed. They will learn actionable strategies to implement in their daily work based on the topics that you chose.

Take your next steps toward creating a custom training and development program today. Explore the Nexus course portfolio and contact the team to get started.

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