Tri-Tech utilizes the Systems Approach to Training (SAT) model, also called Instructional System Design (ISD) methodology when developing a complete Training Program. This proven, formal approach produces a targeted, effective, and accountable Training Program to meet the specific needs of a facility's personnel.
This process is divided into five, interrelated, continuous phases:
Tri-Tech is qualified and experienced in performing full-scale Job Task Analysis and Training Needs Assessments from the ground up as part of the "Analyze" phase. However, our extensive experience developing successful training has allowed the process to be streamlined for most projects. This modified, cost-saving, proven approach produces the same successful results, while maintaining the integrity of the SAT process.
Once the Analyze and Design phases are complete, a Training Plan is developed. The Training Plan details the learning outcomes, course design, format and content of the training materials, instructional methods, schedule, and other project logistics. Not all projects require such a formal, detailed Training Plan, however Tri-Tech will provide one as required.