Eximius Group launches new Training Academy
This forms the foundation of their training plans to ensure that the company has the right core competencies in place in order to achieve their vision.
The training programme uses a blended approach, and supports active learning on the job alongside traditional classroom workshops. The programme is designed to appeal to all learning styles and enables consultants to drive their own development.
Eximius are using a variety of experts to design and deliver the programme. Fiona Lundy worked with the management team to design the programme and James Bass from McMillan Bass is supporting the internal teams in delivering the training. Sarah Mason from Talent Advantage is overseeing the project. She said “Eximius are taking a collaborative approach. The training has been designed and delivered by a project team made up of external suppliers alongside internal staff. The goal is to develop talent at all levels of the business, and it starts with the graduate intake so we can implement best practice from day one”.
To ensure the training programme has the desired organisational impact, they will be using a structured evaluation methodology to measure the transfer of learning as well as the commercial outcomes. Combined with their recent investment in their hiring processes, this should ensure that consultants can become productive and successful as quickly as possible after joining.
Nick Stevens, Eximius CEO, said “Developing our talent is key to our success. We want to offer industry-leading training to enable us to continue to support our staff and also to appeal to people looking to change roles. Training is a key part of our Employee Value Proposition our investment in this project demonstrates our commitment to offering a great place to work”.