Appleton Greene learning providers are all unique individuals, hence the reason why they develop very individual programs. Learning providers tend to have a passion for the programs they develop, because each program is based upon the unique skills and experience of the individual learning providers who develop them.
Standard programs are transferable across all industry sectors and geographical locations. Clients can then identify the specific industry sector and geographical location experience, which will be necessary and the learning providers can then engage the services of Appleton Greene accredited consultants, who have this experience, in order to ensure that the programs are geared towards each individual client’s key corporate objectives.
What makes Appleton Greene standard programs unique is that they will all feature the implementation of a tangible business process, relating to the specific training program subject. This enables clients to establish clearly defined key performance indicators, relating to business process improvement, for each program.
Learning providers all need to have obtained a business-related degree and have at least 5 years management or consulting experience. In most cases learning providers will have achieved an MBA, or business-related Masters degree. Professors will have achieved a DBA or business-related Doctorate degree. They will also have successfully completed the Appleton Greene Certified Learning Provider (CLP) program in order to become an accredited learning provider. This program takes approximately two years to complete and enables Appleton Greene to facilitate the development of the learning provider’s corporate training program, over a sustainable period of time, ensuring that it meets with the required standard at Appleton Greene. Learning providers will also have the required interpersonal skills suitable for training, mentoring, motivating and supporting a client’s internal employees.
Appleton Greene also implements a global client support program independently, which incorporates quality management, continuous program improvement, client feedback, program testimonials and problem resolution.