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Training programmes should not only be based up the individual’s needs but also upon the organisation’s goals and projected business plans. So, it should be clearly and quickly established what skills need to be developed for the organisations objectives. Here are some tips of how to best establish your company’s training needs.
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Look at targets:Gather info about the overall business plans and goals and look at the targets of departments as well as individual employees.
Establish needs: Analyse the information to clearly outline what sorts of skills the organisation needs in order to reach its goals.”
Audits and interviews:Look at collating this information from performance reviews as well as interviewing staff. You could also carry out a skills audit to find out where the gaps are.
Check existing skills: Look at what existing knowledge your staff has and what they need to acquire through training. For example, areas for improvement.
Budget: Once you’ve collected and analysed your information make sure you factor in your budget and prioritise appropriately to the company’s goals and objectives.
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