As the main eye-opener, I want to name the training bubble. For example, I could never explain why I kept asking questions. I think that we are very active in the training bubble as an organisation. 70:20:10 does not mean that you need to set up 70% practice lessons, but you should think about what the things you want to do actually are going to bring to your organisation. And depending on the answer to this question, you can ask yourself whether to do it or not. [/toggle]
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For us as professionals, we are more familiar and going to be more familiar in the organisation, and we also now can show what we are building. This also enables us to prove our added value. Looking at the future, I believe that the organisation is also going to think more in this way. If they have a training question, they should first think about what exactly the problem is, so that they can come to us with more specific questions. This makes our work a little easier. That’s my wish for the organisation in the future.
I would definitely recommend the 70:20:10 Expert Programme. I believe this methodology is a very nice addition to the mindset of most organisations. I last read on LinkedIn that a company had trained 500 people on training X and 300 on training Z. My thought was ‘but what has this contributed to your organisational goals? What have you solved now?’ I think if you’ve walked through this Programme, you can ask yourself better questions so you can better contribute to the organisation (goals) or, in any case, make it better understandable. Then you can also put your value as a training officer down a lot more firmly. These are the main arguments for me to say to others; go, also, follow the 70:20:10 Expert Programme.