Academy learning or cohort learning is a group of learners that enter a curriculum or training program together and stay for the entire duration of the training or curriculum.
Academy learning programs typically include structured learning paired with strategic activities that provide participants with the knowledge, experience, and time to fully understand how to implement business models, practices, and tools to use within their own teams. These programs can include an array of learning opportunities such as guest speakers, activities, discussions, and more.
Whether your organization wants to address a technical talent shortage, grow your leadership team, or any learning initiative – there are numerous benefits to academy learning. Academy learning not only helps train employees in new areas, but it allows employees to build a bond that fosters connection, builds teamwork, and supports an inclusive culture. The common thread to these successful cohort programs is the strong commitment to a defined goal and formalized objectives.
You are unlocking your talent’s full capabilities by providing modalities that link their work and real-world results. There are numerous other benefits to academy learning, such as:
For nearly three decades, TTA’s sole focus has been providing expert learning and development talent and training solutions to help support or create training programs that boost employee performance and organizational success.
Whether you need a learning strategist to help create an academy learning program from the ground up, talent to help deliver your current program, instructional design help, content creation, and more – we have the talent to support any of your academy learning initiatives.
Looking to diversify their workforce, Akamai partnered with TTA on the Akamai Technical Academy, which provides opportunities for people to pursue a technical career without coming from a traditional technical background.
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