From design to delivery
Our evidence-based training consultancy services and continuing professional development (CPD) offer effective solutions tailored to your needs and budget. Based on the best available topic research and innovative pedagogical methods, our training services are developed by leading academics and informed by practitioners and experts-by-experience.
From course development and design, through to professional in-person or online delivery, we can help you to plan effective training strategy.
Training consultancy services
- Training needs analysis
- Training strategy
- Bespoke course development
- Training delivery
- Programme evaluation
Training needs analysis
Training needs analysis (TNA) is the critical point at which to establish links between training and results, as this is the time that decisions will be made about what training will be provided. onEvidence use TNA to establish training objectives, as well as to inform programme development, delivery and evaluation. We look at every job role within your organisation and evaluate existing skills and knowledge to identify gaps before they become a problem, helping you to develop a comprehensive training strategy.
A training strategy has always been seen as essential to improving productivity, and that link is well proven. But, when it comes to the decision of whether or not to join an organisation, opportunities for learning and development are among the top criteria that people list. This means that a training strategy is key to attracting and retaining the best people. It is also a crucial factor in motivating and engaging employees, creating a more equitable workplace culture, and boosting your reputation as an “employer of choice.” onEvidence work with your trainers to develop effective strategy that delivers targeted, tangible results.
Bespoke course development
Course development and design is informed by the training needs assessment and training strategy, along with the intended method of delivery (see below). Our course designer works closely with our researchers, practitioners and, where applicable, experts-by-experience, to develop effective, interactive courses based on sound pedagogical principles, that learners will find immersive and enjoyable. This may include video content, animation, PowerPoint shows, images, info-graphics, multimedia, quizzes and group exercises to enable quality interaction of learners with content, other learners, and instructors. Click here to see a recent training course development project for the Institute for Research into Organisations, Work and Employment (iROWE).
Delivery may be in-person workshops, e-Learning, or blended, depending on a on a number of factors, such as the location of your workforce; are they home-based? spread over a large geographical area? or all under one roof with available in-house space for training? onEvidence develop bespoke training solutions to fit with the location of your staff and their availability. Our trainers are experienced in the latest delivery methods and are trained in GDPR and safeguarding.
Our training programme evaluation is used to test the effectiveness and efficiency of programmes and other interventions to assess the extent to which they have produced or influenced observed results, and to objectively examine what role the programmes played in producing the observed results. You can learn more about our evaluation methods by clicking here.
- Local and national government
- Emergency services
- Social services
- Schools, colleges and universities
- Health and social care
Training consultancy areas
- Criminal justice
- Violence and aggression
- Equality, diversity and inclusion
Inclusive, solution-led programmes and training initiatives to improve public safety and victim support and transform the lives of those who have committed harm. We work closely with charities, the police, defense and prosecution lawyers, courts and prisons, as well as community-led youth, domestic and sexual abuse organisations, and mental health groups to reduce the risk of vulnerable people being harmed or harming others.
Violence and aggression
A positive psychological approach is central to the development of all our bespoke training courses. Our Head of Research, Dr Roxanne Khan, is an expert in violence and aggression with over 20 years’ experience as a practitioner and trainer. She works closely with other academics, emergency services, the education sector, social services, charities and others working with challenging behaviour, to develop effective training courses and innovative intervention programmes.
Our safeguarding training team works with clients and their stakeholders to deliver exceptional programmes in a range of safeguarding areas. We provide online workshops, classroom-based, or blended learning and continuing professional development CPD training which helps you to integrate your safeguarding policies into practice. You can find out more about our safeguarding services by clicking here.
Equality, diversity and inclusion
An effective ED&I policy is about tapping into all employees’ knowledge, experience and perspectives, to help your organisation make better decisions. A more equitable working environment, increased job satisfaction, creativity, reduced absenteeism and a better understanding of your stakeholders are some of the benefits employees and employers stand to gain from a more inclusive workplace. We provide bespoke policy guidance, and training courses, both online and in-person, to help your organisation to achieve your ED&I targets.
onEvidence recently developed a range of culturally competent evidence-based training courses for professionals working with victims of domestic abuse, forced marriage, so-called ‘honour’ violence and FGM. These include awareness building to help inform decisions about policy and practice, and safeguarding best practice to improve the survivor experience and outcomes.