Our template lets any organisation, in any sector, use existing induction materials to create a fully-fledged induction pathway within just a few hours. It leverages content and resources you already have and brings a new starter’s learning experience to life.
The four week programme encompasses an initial period where new starters find their feet and get orientated within the organisation. From there they discover mandatory information around areas such as health and safety but also role-specific insights on competencies and personal targets and responsibilities. We also advocate every person joining an organisation having the opportunity to learn about the broader business, including its purpose, vision and values. Plus identifying future development priorities and establishing the next steps around probation sets clear goals and establishes the ground rules for everyone concerned, right from the outset.
The pathway includes 20 modules in all, delivered online in a structured approach over a number of weeks. Or you can use shorter or longer time periods depending on what suits you and your people. At the beginning of each module, the new starter is given information around the topic they need to become familiar with. They are then given a set of experiential and social learning activities to do to trigger conversations with colleagues, experiences and reflection which is where the real learning takes place. Notes and actions that arise are recorded by the learner and meetings held with the line manager or mentor to discuss and reflect on the experiences and progress.