In-house course step by step
What about a tailor-made training course for your company?
UNITRAIN – the UNI Training Centre – offers the opportunity to build ad hoc courses designed to meet specific training needs identified within your company.
If you do not know where to start, take a cue from the courses in our catalogue or contact us to describe your specific needs: the UNITRAIN team will work to build the best offer for you!
Contact us for more information: email@example.com
Analysis of training needs and definition of objectives
As a first step in the UNITRAIN in-house course, we will analyse the context and training needs of your company: in this way, it is possible to define the areas of intervention, identifying the learning objectives and target participants of the training course.
Of vital importance is the active involvement, from the very first contact with your company, of UNITRAIN Trainers and the UNI Technical Project Manager (TPM): with their support, we will be able to identify the reference standards and practices applicable to your business requirements and suggest their integration into the training programme.
In this phase we will define with you the training content, the best teaching methodology, the timing and the project team according to the objectives to be achieved, the target group involved and the skills needed.
For the use of the courses, you can choose the most effective formula for your company’s needs:
- smart learning
- classroom training
- e-learning pills
- a combination of the 3 modes
In this phase we will also define the whole project structure, which may include assessment tools, tools for analysing incoming and outgoing competences, classroom exercises, final reporting, etc.
Finally, we will make a selection of applicable standards and reference practices (identified/suggested in the previous phase) to be included in the training programme and delivered to UNITRAIN in-house course participants.
Organisation and delivery
The UNITRAIN in-house staff will take care of all organisational aspects necessary for the course to take place:
- Coordination of the team of trainers and experts involved
- Activation of the delivery platform or preparation of classrooms
- Provision of teaching materials and standards/practices for the UNITRAIN in-house course
- Tutoring and constant support throughout delivery
- Possible application for and granting of training credits, agreed in advance
- Issuing of certificates of participation in digital format
The last – but not least – phase of the process concerns the conclusion of the training programme, where the feedback in terms of acquired competences is analysed and any further areas to be explored are identified.
At this stage it is therefore essential to collect your feedback with a view to continuous service improvement.
The protagonists involved
In continuous coordination with the project manager, they are responsible for defining the content and teaching methodology. Our network of selected trainers is mainly composed of the same experts who developed the standards.
A dedicated point of contact, he/she assists your company from the analysis phase and throughout the duration of the project. He/she will be in continuous alignment with expert assistants and the technical project manager to ensure the quality of the training delivered by the UNITRAIN in-house course
Contact person for commercial and development aspects during the definition of the tailor-made route for the customer
Supporting trainers and participants during the delivery phase. Ensures the smooth running of the UNITRAIN in-house course and intervenes if necessary
Experienced UNI standardisation expert, supporting the analysis of your company's needs and the development of project design
- Objectives: to provide knowledge on the Gender Equality Management System (GEMS), on the interpretation and correct application of the reference standards and on the documentation of the GEMS; to deepen the basic elements on the main laws, on the certification process of the GEMS, on the methods of integration with other Management Systems, on the tools and methodologies facilitating the implementation of the practice
- Themes: procedures, methodologies and tools that can be used in companies to make the UNI Pdr 125 practice a reality
- Target: HR, People & Culture, Communication resources of companies operating in different sectors
- Project structure: needs analysis call; face-to-face training sessions; initial assessment questionnaire; Excel exercises to calculate benchmark indicators
- Objectives: to deepen the contents of the standard, how it works and to understand through practical cases its applications in the business environment, in order to support client companies that want to start a certification process
- Topics: key concepts of circular economy, measurement methodology for assessing circularity, circularity indicators and calculation algorithm
- Target: consulting firm, leader in tax audit services; consultants with a strong background in sustainability and circular economy issues
- Project structure: needs analysis call; synchronous training sessions; initial assessment questionnaire; practical exercises in subgroups under the supervision of the trainer(s); post-course support from the Technical Project Manager for specific insights
UNI EN ISO 9001:2015
- Objectives: to strengthen the adoption of process logic; to acquire new skills on reading, defining, optimising processes; to acquire new skills on the drafting of procedures, in terms of the correct representation of processes, identification of salient elements, identification of the correct level of detail, representation by means of flow diagrams, readability and internal communication; to foster the adoption of a common language and a correct mindset, to the benefit of collaboration within the group
- Topics: why apply the system view; why use the process approach; what is a process; how to draw a flow chart; how to effectively write the text of a procedure
- Target: service company operating in the management of corporate training funding; resources working in the area of quality and compliance
- Project structure: needs analysis call; synchronous training sessions; initial assessment questionnaire; flow chart workshop; post-course report and final return in a follow up call
Light and Lighting
UNI EN 12464-1:2021 – UNI 11248:2016 – UNI/TS 11726:2018 – UNI EN 15193-1:2021 –UNI/PdR 77:2020
- Objectives: overview of standards for street lighting, procedures in the national guidelines for energy performance certification of buildings, UNI EN 12464-1:2021
- Topics: principles of lighting technology, street lighting and lighting and energy performance of buildings
- Target: multinational company operating in the field of energy management services; more than 150 people trained between technical figures and function managers
- Project structure: needs analysis call; synchronous training sessions with final learning test and results analysis
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