Professional development training is received by professionals to enhance their existing skills, and gain new ones to further their knowledge and growth.
If you are considering training your employees, consider employee engagement training course delivered by pdtraining in Dunedin, Tauranga and other cities.
Whether it is companies that provide training to their employees or individuals that participate in training courses, it is essential to conduct a pre-training session that will help them get more out of their training.
1. Identifying Willingness
The will to learn is a prerequisite when it comes to training. Identifying the willingness of the individuals to a particular training ensures that they engage and retain the knowledge and skills provided during the training.
Individuals that must receive a certain training and are not motivated about it can be influenced using various motivational techniques. Telling employees about the personal benefits of training is essential in making them eager to receive it. Identifying and informing them about the short-term goals will provide them with a measurable and easy-to-achieve goal, which will help them become motivated to train.
2. Identifying Training Goals
All of us perform tasks to achieve goals. Telling employees about the personal and professional goals of the training help them realise its importance. Apart from the immediate goal of developing skills, trainees must also be told how a training session will help them improve their professional worth. For example, training in email etiquette is an important skill not only for performing professional tasks, but also for improving personal communication.
Goals might vary according to the training subject, but every training provides both personal and professional development in some way or the other. Identifying these benefits and their value helps employees seek the most out of training.
3. Removing Distractions and Conflicts
When training employees in groups, managers need to ensure that groups are created keeping in mind the personal and professional relationships among trainees. If two employees that do not get along well are a part of a small group, it can distract them and others from the training. Before a training session initiates, it is important to resolve any conflicts and distractions that might affect the training.
4. Introducing Clarity and Seamlessness
Before participating in a training course, the participants must know when, where, and from whom they will receive the training. There must be clarity in the operations so that the participants are fully prepared for the training. It will help keep them focused on what is important.
5. Preparing for Training
In cases where the training demands, participants can receive some basic information about the training topic before the actual training begins to help them understand the nuances easily. It will help participants enhance the benefits they gain from the training.
Whether training is received for personal development or professional skill advancements, the pre-training steps will help learners gain maximum benefit from their training session. Having enthusiastic, informed, and prepared individuals for training helps them to enjoy the training, retain more from it, and develop new skills quickly.
Pdtraining delivers 1000’s of professional development courses each year in Wellington, Auckland, Napier, Christchurch, Hamilton, Dunedin and Tauranga, so you can be assured your training will be delivered by a qualified and experienced trainer.
All public Employee Engagement Training courses include am/pm tea, lunch, printed courseware and a certificate of completion. Customised courses are available upon request so please contact pdtraining on 1300 121 400 to learn more.