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TTA is the largest provider of Learning and Development talent. Companies of all sizes partner with us to be a cost-effective, scalable, and strategic extension of their team.
TTA’s expert instructional designers are ready to support you by identifying your learner’s needs, determining learning objectives, and creating engaging and impactful learning experiences.
Leveraging their years of design experience, our instructional designers work with you to understand your needs and design a tailored solution matched to your team’s unique learning styles. Whether you need to supplement your existing team or need a full solution, TTA can help with your instructional design projects.
TTA can provide instructional design talent as a full solution team or as staff augmentation talent to work alongside your team. Our model is flexible and we can work with you in the way that is best for your team.
TTA has flexibility in process and methodology. Our standard design approach leverages an agile ADDIE model that frontloads stakeholder buy-in. With an iterative approach to development, we make room for updates and reasonable project shifts. TTA has refined its design methodology over many years to balance efficiency, customer alignment, and risk mitigation. Some benefits of our methodology are as follows:
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.
Brandon Hall Award for Excellence in Competencies and Skill Development
Edward Jones needed a team of instructional design and development experts to support their team in delivering training programs throughout the company over two years.
Grace was facing a 13% retirement cliff and needed to backfill over 40 roles over a 2-year period. They did not have an established program in place to document and transfer critical knowledge and needed to shorten their 18-month time-to-proficiency process for new hires.
Brandon Hall Group Award for Excellence in Learning
UniFirst saw flaws in the internal leadership structure of their organization and discovered that there was no strategy for developing leaders. It was time for a change and they turned to TTA for the implementation of the LEAP program.
Prudential needed a partner to help deliver two high-stakes programs: a leadership program with two unique versions and an allyship program across the entire organization.
Toll Brothers needed to transition to a more streamlined, electronic payment process for their national sales team and unsuccessfully piloted the new program using PowerPoint. They recognized that this was not effective and needed a training partner to develop an engaging eLearning program.
In the digital age, instructional designers are pivotal, mastering a blend of technical proficiency, creativity, and learner-centered design to meet the demands of digital, remote, and hybrid learning environments