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  • 1. ICMCI ASIA PACIFIC HUB APRIL 2013 CONSULTANCY EDUCATION AND TRAININGconsultancy and development international www.cdiuk.org tonylavender@hotmai.comCONSULTANCY EDUCATION AND TRAININGTony LavenderRD MBA FCMI FIC CMCInternational Management ConsultantUK ICMCI Trustee
  • 2. ICMCI ASIA PACIFIC HUB APRIL 2013 CONSULTANCY EDUCATION AND TRAININGconsultancy and development international www.cdiuk.org tonylavender@hotmai.com1. Objectives of the Session and some definitions2. Some Mechanics of Education and Training3. Possible Consultancy Education and Training4. Typical Course Contents5. Possible Topics for Discussion and Summary1. INTRODUCTION AND LAYOUT OF THE SESSION
  • 3. ICMCI ASIA PACIFIC HUB APRIL 2013 CONSULTANCY EDUCATION AND TRAININGconsultancy and development international www.cdiuk.org tonylavender@hotmai.comThe OBJECTIVE of the session is:To provide an overview of Consultancy Education/Training,using some personal examples and to suggest possible topics fordiscussion to share experiences and best practices.DEFINTION 1: EDUCATION‘The process of teaching or learning in a school or college etc.or the knowledge you get from this. ‘PURE’DEFINITION 2: TRAINING‘The process of learning the skills you need to do job or activity’‘APPLIED2. OBJECTIVES OF THE SESSION AND SOME DEFINITIONS
  • 4. ICMCI ASIA PACIFIC HUB APRIL 2013 CONSULTANCY EDUCATION AND TRAININGconsultancy and development international www.cdiuk.org tonylavender@hotmai.com3. ‘MECHANICS ‘ OF CONSULTANCY EDUCATION AND TRAINING1. Need to decide:WHO is to be trained?WHAT is to be taught?HOW is it to be delivered?WHERE is it to be held?WHEN is it to be undertaken?2. Consider conducting a TRAINING NEEDS ANALYSIS (TNA)/GAP ANALYSISCurrent The Gap DesiredSituation (Training Course) Situatione.g. CMCSee the Handout on Personal Development Analysis and Plan handout
  • 5. ICMCI ASIA PACIFIC HUB APRIL 2013 CONSULTANCY EDUCATION AND TRAININGconsultancy and development international www.cdiuk.org tonylavender@hotmai.com3. Possible Training ProvidersIn house – Own IMC staffAcademic/Awarding Body/Trade Association etcTraining Companies/Consultants4. QA Aspects. External regulators/examining bodies/assessors.5. Consider;Experience/qualifications of the trainerMix of Theory and PracticeMix of Input sessions; Syndicate work, Case Studies;Role Play, Documentation;Evaluation
  • 6. ICMCI ASIA PACIFIC HUB APRIL 2013 CONSULTANCY EDUCATION AND TRAININGconsultancy and development international www.cdiuk.org tonylavender@hotmai.com4. POSSIBLE CONSULTANCY EDUCATION AND TRAINING1. ‘Moving into Consultancy’ Courses- basic elements setting up as a SME. A ‘Taster’2. Foundation Level Courses. Specialist modules- Consultancy skills, tools and techniques3. Ongoing mentoring4. CMC Assessment Preparation5. Developing CMC Assessors6. Developing CMC/Consultancy Mentors
  • 7. ICMCI ASIA PACIFIC HUB APRIL 2013 CONSULTANCY EDUCATION AND TRAININGconsultancy and development international www.cdiuk.org tonylavender@hotmai.com5. TYPICAL COURSE CONTENTS1. Moving into Consultancy CoursesConsultancy background. The Consultancy Cycle and the professionProject management and the client relationship.Support from the IC/CMI.Getting started. Legal and logistics. Marketing, proposal writing.Personal Action Plans
  • 8. ICMCI ASIA PACIFIC HUB APRIL 2013 CONSULTANCY EDUCATION AND TRAININGconsultancy and development international www.cdiuk.org tonylavender@hotmai.com2. Foundation CoursesThe Consultancy Environment. Consulting and the profession.Change Management. The Cycle. Risk and Risk ManagementClient relationship. Project managementConsultancy skills, tools and techniques.Report writing and Presentation skills. Negotiating3. Developing CMC AssessorsThorough knowledge of CMC system and ICMCI and requirements.Use of case studies. Interviewing skills. Virtual trainingOne to one coaching. Guidance through moderation. Shadowing.4. Developing Consultancy/CMC MentorsKnowledge of consultancy competencies and developmental paths.Interpersonal skills
  • 9. ICMCI ASIA PACIFIC HUB APRIL 2013 CONSULTANCY EDUCATION AND TRAININGconsultancy and development international www.cdiuk.org tonylavender@hotmai.com6. POSSIBLE TOPICS FOR DISCUSSION AND SUMMARY1. Is our training/education still relevant, with correct coverage?2. What extra topics need to be added to meet the demands of AEC?3. Can we co-operate more on training across the region?4. Can we link up more with academia? Joint courses and qualifications?5. Will the ATP programme affect the way training operatesSUMMARY