Demonstrated success in our daily work
Every day, the consultants at Xprtise work to implement learning solutions that help our clients perform better. The form these solutions takes varies based on the client, the need, and the audience. Read about some of our success stories below.
Xprtise knows so much about the 5 Moments of Need® methodology. They gave us practical examples from hospitals, which made it a lot clearer to us how workplace learning can really support employees and how we can create leverage for that in our organization.Caroline Luijbregts Learning & Development advisor, Alrijne Healthcare Group
The 5 Moments of Need® methodology has helped me to explain my L&D clients on what it takes to make a real impact on the business with their learning solutions.Dave van der Heijden Learning Solutions Consultant, Deloitte
The 5 Moments of Need® model is one of the most pragmatic ways to look beyond traditional classroom and online learning solutions. Its really simple methodology helps you quickly define what is best delivered as supporting material on-the-job and what should be delivered in formal training.Jeff Kortenbosch Global Learning & Performance Solution Designer
At Achmea Academy we see learning as something that never stops and that’s completely intertwined in our business processes. This keeps us relevant for both our customers and our colleagues. The 5 Moments of Need® methodology suits very well with this.Jan van Dijk Program Manager, Achmea Academy
The workplace is and ultimately remains the best training place. We were looking for a solution in that regard. We found it with Xprtise in ‘Yellow’, a fully fledged online learning colleague that can always help employees learn: when they’re learning something new, when they want to learn more, when they want to apply something, when something has changed, or when something goes wrong. To get the best out of themselves.Fons Geven Project Manager Training, Stedin
For me, the 5 Moments of Need® methodology was a revelation: I can’t conceive going back to the old ways of designing formal learning and I now wish I had been on the certification program sooner. Every L&D professional serious about increasing employees' performance should attend.Solene Kremer Learning & Performance Consultant, .