Optimizing Learning & Development Workshop

Optimizing Learning & Development Workshop

Unika Atma Jaya, Jakarta. September 19 & 26, 2009 (two Saturdays in a row)

Workshop Background & Objective:

A constant struggle every learning organization faces is optimizing value for the investment. Without a systems and processes in place to optimize value, most organizations are not reaping the full benefit of their Learning and Development (L&D) investments. Value optimization enables organizations to redirect wasted or poor-performing L&D investments into higher impact programs, which will significantly impact the bottom-line. This workshop is design to provide participants with a know how of a systematic process to valuing learning investments.

Who Should Attend:

• Manager, Supervisor, Specialist of Human Resources
• Human Resources Professionals responsible for the identification of training needs on an ongoing basis.
• Trainers, facilitators, educators, course designers.
• Prospective Human Resources Practitioners
By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
1. Understand the importance of optimizing the impact of learning & development

2. Know how to do a systematic process to valuing learning investment.
3. Able to use different analytical tools to measure the impact of learning & development.
4. Able to design learning programs that are more clearly defined and measurable business objective that can be linked to post-learning business result


Farina Pane: Former Director of People & Culture of Ernst & Young Indonesia, Director of Learning & Development of Ernst & Young Far East Area based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Currently, Managing Partner of FA – a consulting firm focus on people.

Pungki Purnadi: HR practitioner with more than 15 years experiences in handling HR matters in some multinational company such as TOTALFINAELF, MedcoEnergi and Petronas. He has also some years experiences with international management consultant, handling some HR matters in tobaccos, pulp & paper and cement industries.

Workshop content outline:
1. The driving business factors prompting the creation of a learning and development programs.
2. Business needs analysis: why this is important, what is the process, what are the tools, what are the results.
3. Performance analysis: why this is important, what is the process, what are the tools, what are the results
4. Business results analysis: why this is important, what is the process, what are the tools, what are the results
5. ROI analysis: a process-based approached to determining the financial return on L&D investment

6. Profit Impact analysis: a data driven planning and reporting process to help optimizing the impact of L&D investments
7. Outsourced vs in-house: a balanced approach to optimizing the L&D investment

Workshop methods:
• Short instructions, Exercises, Case Studies, Hands-on practices, In-door Business Simulations/ role plays.

Investment : Rp 3.400.000 per person (includes 10% VAT, workshop materials, certificate, drinks, snacks, and lunch).