A Learning Solutions Team consultant identifies training needs based on courses available for completion, training completed, and performance requirements driven by the mission of the department in order to identify gaps.
Based on an identified need, a Learning Solutions Team consultant is available to participate in or convene stakeholder meetings to identify major issues, solicit suggestions for change using small group intervention or other intervention techniques that work well with assessing performance needs.
Solutions Team consultants review and assess relevancy of instructional content against current performance needs and best practices. We then suggest updates to enhance or to remove outdated content to ensure instruction aligns with findings from a needs assessment.
Subject Matter Experts focusing on maintaining a learner-centered environment, create learning objectives and new instructional content, identifying the most appropriate learning modalities for learner success.
Team consultants are practitioners, experienced presenters who have taught in the local, state and federal sectors, who in some cases have testified as expert witnesses, and who are available for contract to teach classes developed by contract for academy or in-service instruction.
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Read feedback from students who completed one or two of the course offerings.
“It would be interesting to see a cultural survey of how minorities feel about the police and what they think police could do to safely interact with them. You can never learn enough about diversity and how to fairly treat others”.
“Was nice to see a fresh view of some current issues. Very insightful.”
Understanding and Modeling Sensitivity Course - Feedback
I appreciated the discussion on cultural competence. I think everyone has room to grow in this area, and it was good to have a candid discussion about what it means to understand yourself, and where other people are coming from, when interacting with members of the community.
I think the course was fantastic. It was much more than what I expected, and more engaging / useful than other sensitivity training that I've been a part of.
Leading People-Managing Insensitivity
"One officer said that he was a little apprehensive going in but thoroughly enjoyed the subject matter and discussion."