Onsite Training

We tailor training programs to the needs of organizations. Instead of a one-size-fits-all curriculum, our tiered approach enables you to train each staff member to address the level of risk they face.

Customized for You

We work with you to design a training program that addresses the unique needs of your team(s) and ensures adoption.

Efficient Use of Time

We know that time is more valuable than money, so we don’t teach staff skills they won’t use. Our tiers make training efficient and needs-based.

Installing a System

Our Master Trainers work with you step by step: training your first trainers to be cultural change agents, ensuring adoption by leadership and staff, and tuning your program on a regular basis.

Key Considerations & Pricing

Designing a training program for your organization starts with understanding your needs.

Questions like these help determine how many
employees need to be trained at each tier level, and what
training methods will be effective. These are
the most important factors affecting cost.

We’ve developed a needs assessment and a spreadsheet
template to help you build the business case.

Here are some of the most important considerations:

  • How many people in your organization could potentially come in contact with patients or their friends and family on a regular day?
  • What portion of your staff regularly provide direct care to patients as part of their job?
  • What portion of your staff provide what you would consider “acute care”?
  • Is your staff restricted from going “hands-on” with patients?
  • How accessible is online learning to your staff?

Assess Our Training

Evaluating Welle for your organization? As part of your process, experience a free day of training at one of our public training events. Contact us to make arrangements.

Blended Training

Many of our clients combine onsite and online training methods to maximize efficient use of time. Our online courses can be curated and grouped very flexibly to teach principles and verbal de-escalation, while onsite training teaches physical techniques and provides opportunities to practice.