L&D: Tuesday L&D Processes Audit 26: Facilitator-led T&D Deployment Process

T&D Process 7.5: Facilitator-led T&D Deployment Process

Note: In my 2001 book I continued my decades old name for the profession as T&D – Training & Development.

Convert for your use as necessary. I will use both T&D and L&D in this weekly series for 2018.


Not all loose processes need to be tightened up.

You should only do that Investment if the Returns warrant.


Learning By Design vs Learning By Chance

When the Cost of Non-Conformance of poor Process/people Performance warrants the Investment in T&D/ Learning/Knowledge Management Content – then make those investments.

And – just because an L&D profession can determine a valid Learning Need and gap in Content – does not in and of itself warrant meeting that need – in any manner.

It’s a Business Decision. 


The L-C-S Framework View

I use both views…


Overview of the Big Picture


T&D Process 7.5: Facilitator-led T&D Deployment Process

Process Purpose

The Facilitator-led T&D Deployment Process controls the deployment of all instructor-led/facilitator-led T&D.


Process Description

The Facilitator-led T&D Deployment Process gets this type of T&D out the door, per the schedule established in the previous process. It is ongoing delivery.

From initial scheduling of the specific instructors/facilitators, to arranging for the delivery site specifics (rooms, furniture, equipment, and materials), to the actual delivery, and through the final evaluations conducted, this process makes it all happen.

This effort can be quite complex in large organizations.

For More About This Process In the T&D Systems View

See my 2001 book: T&D Systems View.


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This 2018 Weekly Series Continues Next Tuesday

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