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When to Use Training

Training is crucial for the success of an organization. However, companies increasing in size often do not know where to begin when creating their learning and development department. Here are a few areas that training can address.

1. Focus on New

Humans are not perfect, and no matter how hard they try, no one can know everything. There is a constant need to continue education and learn the new things being developed. Here are some new scenarios that require training:

· Employee onboarding and initial training: New employees need to be trained about the company and how to do their job.

· New technology: New tech makes life a lot easier and helps improve the companies bottom line, however, employees need to be trained on how to effectively use it.

· New methodologies: In order to compete at the top of the market, employers will need to adopt all the best and newest methodologies.

· New regulations: Government regulations need to be addressed immediately when they role out in order to not violate any local laws and regulations.

2. Skills Gaps

In a perfect world every employee would operate in the same manner, but in reality we know that’s not the case. To maximize potential, employers need to address any skills gaps that arise. Here are a few examples of skills gaps:

· Lack of basic skills: New employees often need additional training on how to operate or act depending on the complexity of their task.

· Deficiencies: To best protect an organization, it is best to cross train employees so they can take on extra responsibilities and move up in a company.

· Competitors: A company needs to ensure they are able to compete with their competitors and offer a better service or product.

3. Addressing Problems

Addressing company problems can’t always be solved by training. For example, it is difficult for training to change the habits of a lazy manager. However, here are some scenarios that training can help.

· Decrease turnover: Training helps employees know they are valued and that employers are investing in their career, not just the profit margin.

· Employee engagement: Often, employees will get burnt out doing the same task day in and day out. Training helps keep the mind active and challenges employees.

· Lack of application: When employees don’t know what to do, they will often be sluggish with their work. Training helps employees know exactly how to do a task and what’s expected.


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