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Training Champions


We are looking to introduce a 'Training champions' group within our business to help us embed the learning culture and open up a two way feedback opportunity after some quite big changes to the L&D team offer and the team members.

We are hoping that this will help us to tap into the areas of the business who do not currently engage with the L&D offer but also to get their feedback on how the new offer is going and ask them to act as champions for training within their own areas.

Has anyone done anything similar in their organisation? Just looking for ideas on how to approach this

Thanks in advance


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  • Interested to see how this turns out Kelly, I'm almost treating everyone I train as a potential learning champion and building in accoutability for using the skills/knowledge I give them.

    It helps to reduce that 'training made no difference' excuse you can often hear because they've been given all of the options.

    Good luck!

  • Hi Kelly,

    I read your post a couple of days ago, so when I came across this article from mindtools, i thought I would share it with you.

    I hope it's helpful :)

    8 Steps to Creating Champions for Learning
    Bob Little looks at the importance of introducing L&D "champions," and outlines eight steps for launching a network of them in your organization.
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