...are relevant to everyone involved in L&D:
Kings College Hospital
Allan Paxton (far right) and his seven-strong team. Allan comments "We have to do a lot of analysis of training needs before every training course and adapt the training content to suit the new profile. That's why it's so important that the training methodology is consistent".
The TAP Learning System has been the de facto training delivery standard in the NHS for the past ten years, so Allan along with Paula Porter - the ICT training manager became TAP qualified in 2001. Both Allan and Paula already knew all about the benefits and the adaptability of the system across multiple applications. Since 2007, all members of the EPR, iPM (PiMS) and ICT training teams have gained the TAP certificate in Training Delivery Skills, which has had a huge impact on skills, confidence and ability to engage the learner. It also qualified King's for the "TAP Partner Quality Mark" on all internal and external communications.