Training strategy development
PwC’s PDP can help you design a training strategy that aligns with your business and/or project goals. Starting with a strategic approach to your training goals, we can help you map out achievable short and long-term plans that fit your budgetary needs, excite your learners and achieve your training objective.
Training needs assessment
After helping you assess your current skill gaps and desired behaviors, we can help you determine whether or not the gap can be effectively closed through training or through other non-training measures. Any training solutions will then be mapped back to your established training strategy to help you formulate a roadmap for implementation.
Curricula review and analysis
By analyzing the current state of your curriculum, we can help you better understand strengths within your training program along with any content gaps. Your revised/recommended curriculum is mapped back to your training strategy and assessed against your overall training goals and specific learning objectives. This helps assess completeness of your training curriculum and better define learning paths for your employees to follow.
Skill gap assessments
Depending on your goals and what you want to achieve, closing skill gaps and advancing employees forward can be overwhelming, especially if the root cause of the skill gap is hard to identify. Our skill gap assessment process helps you recognize the difference between the current skill set employees possess and the required level for optimal performance. This comparison can help define areas for improvement and directly target where training investment can be most effective.
Learning path development
Properly designed learning paths or training curriculum are most effective when they directly map back to an organization’s core competencies and job responsibilities. PwC’s PDP works with you to help identify your learning priorities and define a path that can bridge current skill sets with future goals and desired behaviors. This transparency and direction often allows people to see how their personal development contributes to the organization’s success—which in turn creates accountability and motivation.