Training is both an opportunity for personal development as it is a tool of organizational management.
While training does not produce changes by itself, it creates the conditions for these to happen in organizations just like they do in the individuals within them.
We believe that training programs, in order to produce these changes, should have the following characteristics:
Respond to the unique needs of each individual in their organizational context.
Promote participation and interaction thus allowing the instructor's role to not be limited to a mere theoretical discourse.

Encourage the adult by emphasizing the usefulness of learning in the surroundings of their task.
Teaching-learning by doing, accompanied by a mentor in order to receive not only technical skills but also thinking strategies associated with the doing.

These training programs ensure that the knowledge attained become skills that are resistant to being forgotten, task-relevant and useful for solving problems: a valuable content to people who work, for organizations in which they perform their tasks and communities in which they live.