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Name it!


The course is an induction to an insurance role. There are several different roles in the business area this induction is aimed at but it covers all the information that is generic to those roles. Right now the course is called Generic Induction. *yawn*
Can any think of another name for this? I have a few ideas and like the word foundation but have hit a mental wall I have been thinking about it so much. Any input will be greatly appreciated and remember it's all in the name!
Emma Baxter

8 Responses

  1. Names…
    Hello Emma

    Here’s a few suggestions off the top of my head, I did a bit of word association so you could play around with these:
    (The) Good Grounding
    Nuts and Bolts
    Business Basics
    (The) Roots Of Your Role
    Bread n Butter
    What You’re Made Of
    Your Role Unrolled

    Think I’ll stop there, getting a bit abstract!

  2. many thanks!
    Brilliant ideas! They definitely got the thoughts moving again so many many thanks for your input, think I am swaying towards ensuring basics but my manager is not convinced…he’ll come round eventually!

  3. Course Title
    Hi Emma,

    How about something like;

    Building The Best – An Introduction to (your company name)

  4. Induction name
    The Jigsaw Puzzle

    I always call my induction the Jigsaw Puzzle as you are giving people the information but they need to then put the pieces together.

    I did like Unroll your role!

  5. Re Name it…
    Hello Emma

    How about keeping the name simple and concise…

    “The Foundation” or “The Academy”

    That way it is likely to stay in people mind and not come across as Jargony


  6. Imbroglio
    Always wanted to call a training program this.
    1. a misunderstanding, disagreement, etc., of a complicated or bitter nature, as between persons or nations.
    2. an intricate and perplexing state of affairs; a complicated or difficult situation.
    3. a confused heap.


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