Continuous learning is essential for consistent growth.
When looking to engage employees better, consider the powerful employee engagement training course from pdtraining delivered in Auckland, Napier and other cities.
Organisations and individuals that keep developing their knowledge and skills perform better and become highly successful in the long run. Both formal and informal training plays a vital part in achieving growth. It has been seen that employees get motivated to self-learn after they receive formal training. It makes them realise the immediate and the long-term benefits that training can achieve for them.
Formal Training & Self-Learning
Getting formally trained is easier for employees because the trainer ensures that the trainee understands what is being taught and can practice the skills after the training is over. Professional training sessions include various activities to help learners practice and retain what they have learned. Formal training motivates employees to keep learning and improving their knowledge and skills. As formal training is focused on developing specific skills such as public speaking skills or Six Sigma skills, trainees see immediate benefits of the training in their work.
Self-learning is essential in learning new skills and gaining new knowledge. The inclination to self-learn can be developed in employees by informing them about its benefits. A combination of formal training and self-learning helps employees to develop the habit of continuously developing their knowledge. Successful organisations train their employees in important skills that directly impact their work and also teach them how to self-learn so that they may develop other vital faculties that will help them become more productive, fulfilled and successful.
Benefits of Training for Employees
A professional trainer helps employees to know the level of competence they must aim for. The trainer also teaches employees various methods to achieve mastery in the subject of the training. It helps employees to learn quickly and develop important practical skills. For example, training in increasing personal productivity will help employees develop vital qualities that will help them both in their work and personal life.
Involving employees in training helps them to feel important and cherished. They realise that their company is investing in them, and they look to give back to the company in various ways. It motivates employees to keep improving their performance, skills and knowledge.
Benefits of Training for Companies
Every company depends heavily on its workforce. After all, it is the people that run the operations of the company. Companies that provide formal and informal training to their employees see benefits in:
- Greater productivity
- Better cooperation
- Continuous growth of employees
- Enhanced job satisfaction
- Development of self-learning
- Better retention of employees
- Growth in teamwork
- Better customer service
A single training session provides multiple benefits to both employees and the company. Apart from the obvious benefits of a particular training program, companies see the benefits of training spread to many areas. A continuously evolving workforce ultimately leads to continued growth for the company and vice versa.
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.