While every type of training has its own unique value, on-the-job training is perhaps the important of all. Truth is, anyone can sit in a classroom, read books and complete tests successfully. However, applying acquired skills and knowledge in a practical setting is something else entirely. On-the-job training is mutually beneficial for employees and business alike. The business gets the chance to see what the employee is capable of – the employee is given the opportunity to grow, develop and advance. As a trainer, the way you approach and provide on-the-job coaching and support can have wide-reaching implications for the business as a whole.
Discover what it means to provide truly outstanding training, with this insightful on-the-job training introduction. Explore the various different types of on-the-job training, along with a series of helpful tips and pointers for each. Learn how to plan and deliver effective presentations, how to carry out essential evaluations and how to ensure both the employee and the employer benefit from the training you provide..
No prior knowledge is required to take this unit.
|Course Duration||10 Hours|
|Pay in Instalment||Full Fee £ 120, Deposite £ , ( £ 0/month )|