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2 Ways to Implement Your Employee Training Program

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Employee training is an investment, and as always, you want to make sure you get the best return on your investment possible. This makes everything from the correct approach to identifying your company’s goals to the logistics key to ROI success. With a strategy in place for your training program, the next step is implementation.

When considering the best option for implementing your employee training, there are three things you want to take into account:

  1. The Scope of the Effort
  2. The Frequency of Effort
  3. Existing or Available Resources

 

1. In-House Training

The immediate reaction for many organizations is that in-house training must be the way to go. Not only is it believed to be more cost effective because it likely uses employees who are already being paid, these employees also have the knowledge, insight and understanding of what their training needs. However, the costs associated with in-house hours spent creating a program often far exceeds the hours required by a training and development company. Since in-house options often leave organizations short handed, bringing in a training partner allows day-to-day activities to continue without interruption. Plus, these companies often have access to professional resources that will help produce better results. Not to mention the material costs associated with creating a training program (be it in-person, virtual, or otherwise) can also add up very quickly. Outsourcing often saves tens of thousands of dollars in salaries and benefits alone.

We understand that DIY training helps provides better control over the creation and distribution of company content; however, content development will require more time than you think. While creating content in-house may allow for quicker and more flexible changes, the involvement of a third party expert can lessen the need for development learning curves. Training professionals have the experience that will provide greater content control and will help boost the efficiency of your training.

 

2. The Professionals

Hiring a professional training and development company reduces or eliminates the need to create an internal training department. Plus, a trusted training partner can relieve concerns around knowing whether or not you’re “doing it right.” Bringing in the professionals to create and implement your training program allows your employees to stay focused on working toward your business goals, saving your company both time and money.

If you’re interested in speaking with a professional, full-service training and talent development company to help you uncover the best training solution for your organization, Tortal Training is here to help. We have built our reputation by being a trusted resource to many and a strategic partner to those who wanted more.

At Tortal Training, we set ourselves apart from DIY options and other LMS companies with our history of customer education and proven effectiveness. We’ve designed training solutions from the simple eLearning lesson to the strategic overhaul of a corporate curriculum and talent development map. We work with organizations of all shapes and sizes who believe in the power of excellent employee training.

If you want your training to make a dramatic impact on your bottom line, then you need a partner who understands the intricacies of not only the training process, but also how people learn. We use strategic engagement to make sure that your training has the greatest effect on your people and provide your company with the best ROI.

Contact us today to get started!

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