Training Tuesday – Part 1

Training Tuesday

Welcome to “Training Tuesday” where I will be carrying on from my introduction last week… Today, let’s look at another key benefit of training, it makes a company more much attractive to potential new recruits who seek to improve their skills and the opportunities.

Ensure that when hiring a new individual, you ensure training is discussed throughout the process. As it forms part of the benefits the company has to offer someone new.

The lack of a training for potential candidates, suggests that the company will fail to meet his or her own aspirations in the future and an individual will simply feel the business does not want to invest in their people.

Training involves the improvement of people within the organisation so that they, and the company, can achieve their objectives and both personal and corporate goals.

Training should vary according to requirements of the business and the individual. Areas to look at are:

  • Objectives
  • KPI’s (Key Performance Indicators)
  • Team development
  • Leadership/Management development
  • Coaching
  • Team Building
  • On the job
  • Mentoring
  • 1-2-1 development

Remember:

Benjamin Franklin quoted:

“Tell me and I’ll forget. Show me and I may remember. Involve me and I will learn”

Training is all about getting individuals involved and engaged!

DON’T FORGET…

Training comes in many forms all of which can help with job satisfaction, it can be having a mentor to work alongside you, it could also be on the job coaching, it can also be support from your manager and team. Ultimately though, personal development is also your responsibility. Not all businesses have dedicated training programmes so over the coming weeks I hope to give you an insight into what can be achieved and if you wish to hear more you can connect with me through LinkedIN  and you can also follow my new LinkedIN page by clicking these links.

I look forward to sharing my knowledge with you!

Clare Campbell is the Authorised Training Partner to FFR Automotive

You can contact Clare directly on 07468 459 817 or via email [email protected]