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Different Types of Training Needs

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Different Types of Training Needs Training needs for existing staff are usually recognized during any performance reviews. Some staff may want or need to have extra training to improve any existing skills or develop a new set based on their employer's request. This will greatly improve the amount of variation an employee can undertake and can also help the organisation in terms of financial cost because if they later require such a skill set they will not have to hire any new employees who can be a lot more expensive then simply training their existing employees. ...read more.


Performance Targets These are to be met if a business is to have a chance of achieving its set objectives. Members of staff will usually be encouraged to gain knowledge of any skills that might help the business in achieving it goals more efficiently and quicker than usual. Certified Training These are an official set of courses which are usually taken away from the workplace. They can last anything from a day to many months. At the end of the course a certificate or diploma are given to confirm that the person has met a minimum level of expertise in the subject. ...read more.


These commonly include working in another department in an organisation or learning a foreign language. Most organisations aggressively encourage their employees to learn a new skill no matter what it is. Flexible Working As all organisations need to change and adapt to survive this provides staff opportunities to learn any new skills enabling the organisation to be competitive and up to date. Progression Opportunities This normally applies to larger, hierarchical organisations if a member of staff wants or plans to move up a level. This is less common in smaller businesses and normally the only way progress a career is to move organisation or learn a set of new skills to get ahead. ?? ?? ?? ?? 1 ...read more.

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