WHY BOOST?

WHY CHOOSE BOOST?

  1. INTERACTIVE ENGAGING COURSES We create an environment for participants to challenge, question, learn and grow through engaging interactive courses
  2. RECOGNIZED CERTIFICATES  We are ISO 29990:2010 registered provider. Our courses, where applicable, have been accredited by the relevant professional Institution or Awarding Body.
  3. WIDE RANGE OF TRAINING SUBJECTS We have an unrivalled selection of courses from leadership, management and business, into more specialist and technical areas of expertise.
  4. GLOBAL TRAINING CENTERS We operate throughout the world. Our international flexibility allows us to run courses at a location to suit you.
  5. IN-HOUSE & CUSTOMIZED COURSES We conduct many courses in house, tailored to your specific needs. We work with you to achieving your goal, as your success is our success. 
  6. INTERNATIONALLY CERTIFIED INSTRUCTORS We conduct many courses in house, tailored to your specific needs. We work with you to achieving your goal, as your success is our success. 
  7. ADVANCED REPORTING SYSTEM We write an advanced reporting system, that is well designed, clear, and straight to the point.. collecting all the data of all the students evaluations on the training course and the instructor.

EFFICIENT TRANSFER OF LEARNING DURING TRAINING

  • TRAINING SHOULD MATCH THE WORKPLACE
    Most of the training programs tend to be idealist in nature. The trainees leave with a good positive impact but they find a huge disconnect when they try to implement the same at their workplace. For good learning the context of training and the context of job should be the same. For example, at GE training involves action learning tools where real life problems are discussed.
  • LABELING
    one good way to reinforce the learning or the important aspects of the training program is to name them appropriately such that they have a good recall rate after the training is over.
  • CONTINUED LEARNING
    It is the jurisdiction of the management to ensure that learning be taken as a continual process rather than a onetime process. This means that there should be continuous follow-ups after training either by external consulting agencies or through an in house expert. Sometimes retraining may be required for continual skill up gradation and development.
  • PRACTICE
    Employees should be compelled to practice new skills. One of the better ways is to remove the existing obsolete tools of work, so that people become out of practice of using those.
  • OPPORTUNITY
    one good way to reinforce the learning or the important aspects of the training program is to name them appropriately such that they have a good recall rate after the training is over.
  • TRAIN - PRACTICE - TRAIN
    This involves supporting the employees to learn new skills, practice them in between various training sessions.
    BOOST offers a management development program where employees attend training for one 5 days and practice them.