Delivering K.I.T Training
We have recently delivered 32 KIT Training sessions to the employment services Maximus, The Growth Company and Seetec Pluss. We delivered the training across the North West, Yorkshire and East Midlands regions.
What is K.I.T Training?
Our Key Intervention Tools (K.I.T) Training are attitude, behaviour and culture change training packages that support staff to develop their skills and bring about real, meaningful change. The training covers soft skills, language, personal experiences, practical sessions and scenarios.
We have experience delivering K.I.T training to staff across welfare to work, substance misuse, mental health, homelessness and criminal justice sectors.
We recognise the importance of continually supporting, re-enforcing and building on the skills and knowledge of frontline staff to deliver highly effective, cutting-edge, relevant and up-to-date services.
Delivering the training
The sessions have been delivered to Team members and senior management with an initial focus on determining their aims and objectives from the provision and using a skills audit to identify areas that require improvement. The delivery format is complimented by a coursebook and PowerPoint presentation with the tasking of group activities to encourage interaction. Please find below some customer feedback.
Let’s hear from our staff!
"The recent delivery of the KIT programme has been a valuable learning experience for me certainly in challenging my own comfort zone. I have gained a greater insight into the attitudes, challenges and drives of the employment training sector. The nature of delivering training to service staff members has provided me with further evidence of how ITS’s core concepts can be practised at any professional level. The programme provides a platform to constructively discuss best practices, how to challenge a person’s own mindset and how to coach and mentor someone to change for the better.”
"We met some very positive and friendly staff who wanted to learn and look at new techniques and ways to work with people. They were also looking at bringing their own personal lived experience into their roles to build empathy."