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Company Assessment Service


Service Description


Seeking to prepare and develop a professional and customized program that meets the objectives and expectations of the client, TRAIN will follow the below methodology that consists of 5 main steps:


Stage 1: Training needs assessment and meeting with the targeted teams

  • During this meeting, TRAIN will introduce the training’s scope, highlight the importance of the key topics to be covered, understands the backgrounds of the participants, and align their expectations from attending the training program.


Stage 2: Preparing the diagnostic report

  • Based on the meeting held with the trainees, TRAIN will prepare a diagnostic report with a SWOT analysis and a summary of the key findings concluded from the scoping sessions. This report will define the areas of development and the needs expressed by the team, as well as the training material, role plays, and case studies that should be tailored to meet those. The scoping sessions can be conducted offline or online.

Stage 3: Preparation of the training material

  • Upon identifying all the training needs, TRAIN’s team will start tailoring all the training material including case studies as well as role plays, or quizzes needed. All training materials will be then sent to the Ministry for their approval and any additional comments before proceeding to deliver the training program. 

Stage 4: Delivering the training

  • TRAIN will deliver the training program and be responsible for facilitating the delivery of the program through its staff. After delivering the training, evaluation forms will be handed out to all trainees to assess the instructor’s performance, the quality of the training material, and key outcomes of the training program as a whole.


Stage 5: Final summary report

  • Within a maximum of 3 working days of the delivery of the program, TRAIN will deliver a final summary report to the team. This report will provide a recap of the training program as well as the key learnings and outcomes achieved in each session, case studies, plays role plays, and any other material distributed in the training. In addition, the summary report will provide an analysis of all evaluation forms that were handed out in stage 4, including recommendations for future training opportunities, initiatives, and activities if there are any.