Company training and seminars are usually all-year round. Companies are spending money for training and workshops, so it pays to ensure that these activities are effective.
Choose the Right Trainers – This is very crucial as it will make the learning process easier or harder depending on the choices you make. When choosing the workshop coordinators, check their reputation, former clients and success rates. See if they are offering training and consultants who passed the AHCA Quality Award and EFQM Criteria.
Challenge Your Employees – See to it that your training and seminars are constantly upgraded and updated. Each subject matter and curriculum should be increasing in difficulty and complexity so that your staff are pushed out of their comfort zone and are challenged by new discoveries. The improvement of your staff results in the growth of your company.
Hold Regular Evaluations – Don’t hold these like exams after every school quarter. Do have your evaluations of the seminars done at the end of the session. Evaluate the participants’ retention of the lesson by observing them on a regular basis. Let the evaluation findings be compiled into quantitative reports that can be graded for better assessment of the participants’ improvements.
Your company training sessions are not meant to just take up time and funding just because they’re regular events. It is important that each seminar’s objectives are clear and the goals are reached within the intended period of time. The only way you can be assured of that is that the participants are dedicated and your trainers are truly expert in their field. Along with your company, all must work together to achieve results and advance.