A 3-point checklist for creating or expanding your workforce education program

Make confident, strategic decisions when selecting the best workforce education approach for your business

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What’s in the checklist

Workforce education programs can deliver significant benefits — from improving employee engagement and retention, to helping create a more adaptable and innovative workforce.

But to get the most out of your program, it’s crucial to take a strategic approach that is designed to align with the needs of your business and employees. By doing so, you can transform your program from a “nice-to-have” benefit into something that drives lasting positive business ROI and social impact.

Avoid investing in a program that’s difficult to manage and doesn’t resonate with your employees. Download this checklist to help you make well-informed decisions when developing a new workforce education program or extending an existing one.

You’ll learn how to:

  • Identify program goals, use cases and critical success factors
  • Ensure the programs and partners you choose connect you with the right academic institutions, educational program mix and employee-learner support, plus provide technology and marketing capabilities
  • Further define and understand your organizational needs for developing and optimizing a program

What’s in the checklist

Flexible, life-changing educational paths

With over 2,100 degrees and credentials, InStride offers options for every learner to meet the talent development needs of your organization.
Bridge skills gaps
The world is changing fast, so are the skills employees need to develop to succeed. Maximize the impact of employee skill-building, both today and well in the future.
Drive employee engagement
Your people make the difference. Provide education paths that are valuable to them, to foster employee engagement and growth.
Elevate diversity, equity & inclusion
For many, DEI in the workplace has been limited due to systemic barriers. Drive business and social impact through equal access to education for underrepresented communities.