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Netsafe is an Authorized Training Center for Fortinet Network Security Expert Program (NSE) and we know the importance of training in an organization. Take a look below and find out why you should train your employees.
Having a trained workforce means your workers are learning new skills that can improve production, reduce production costs, reduce mistakes, build confidence in your workforce, and create a better working environment. An investment in your employees’ skill sets is an investment in your company. When everyone gets better, everyone gets better.
Reasons for Training:
- New technology
- Cost control
- New appraisal techniques
- Speed of change
- Product & service quality
Training and Development
It is important to understand the difference between training and development. These are two of the most critical areas of Human resource management. They are concerned with the ways your workforce self-organizes- indeed whether or not it can. Training and Development are the primary ways through which the performance of groups and individuals are improved within an organization.
The Goals of Training & Development
- Improve efficiency
- Improve team morale
- Improve human relations
- Reduce supervisory needs
- Improve organizational flexibility and viability
The Training & Development Process
- Determine your company’s T&D needs
- Decide what are your desired results
- Set out clear Training objectives
- List clear summaries of your objectives.
- Know your training options and select the right ones.
- Implement programs
- Set up and execute your training programs.
- Evaluate programs
Often, it’s easy to overlook the benefits of training and development in an organization. Many companies don’t track their training so they don’t see the benefits of training programs, but those that do can see clear benefits of training and development in the workplace.
Why should your organization implement it, and how long can you afford to put it off? The benefits of training in an organisation can be as broad and profound as the imaginations of those who receive the training.