Planning Training

How Can You Plan Training? 

Planning training in the workplace is important for a variety of reasons. It can help to ensure that employees are adequately trained for their roles and have the skills needed to work safely and effectively. 

It also helps to ensure that employees are up to date with the latest industry standards and regulations. 

Additionally, training can help to reduce employee turnover and ensure that employees are motivated and engaged in their work. 

Planned training in the workplace can help to promote a culture of learning and continuous improvement, which can ultimately lead to improved productivity and profitability.

So how can this be done?

1. Define the training objectives: Identify the skills or knowledge you want or need your employees to gain from the training program. 

2. Set a timeline: Establish a timeline for developing the training program and when it will be delivered. 

3. Identify delivery methods: Select the best method for delivering the training, such as in-person classes, online courses, or a combination of both. 

4. Record planned and completed training on a training matrix.  

5. Book in the training in advance with your training provider to give the candidates notice and to ensure availability of courses.

6. Assess the program: After the training has been delivered, assess how effective it was and make any necessary changes. Keep the training matrix up to date.

If you need any further information or assistance with anything related to training, feel free to get in touch.

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