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Company Training Courses: What Are Your Options? - The CCM UK

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Company Training Courses: What Are Your Options?

 

There are many different training courses for a variety of different purposes. The purpose of a training course is usually to increase individuals’ or groups’ knowledge in a specific area for a particular outcome. Businesses most commonly take training courses to increase the knowledge and skills of employees. The outcome of this is to help the workforce to adapt and potentially help them take on new responsibilities and tasks.

This article will outline the different types of training courses that you can obtain, the benefits of them and also the importance of training courses. This article will also outline a few of the different training courses that the College of Contract Management offers.

 

 

The Different Types of Company Training Courses 

 

In-House Training 

 

In-house training is commonly used by many businesses. This does not have to be in their work offices, it can also be in other premises that the whole team will travel to. One example of in-house training is those that the College of Contract Management offers. We can offer tailor-made in-house training for businesses’ specific needs. If you wanted to find out if we could provide an in-house course for your team, contact us at enquiries@theccm.co.uk.

Some of the main training courses that we provide are in the construction industry and can help teams with:

  • Claims Preparation and Dispute Management
  • Risk Management
  • Forensic Schedule Analysis
  • Expert Witness
  • Cyber Security

You can find all of these on our website. Many of our in-house programs are taught online and this is especially useful during the current COVID-19 pandemic.

However, we also run many other face-to-face programs and will continue to run them once the COVID-19 situation allows. These are in a few different locations around the world such as Qatar, Saudi, and Dubai. Many of them take place in hotels and conference rooms and this allows your business to get out of your office into a comfortable environment.

 

Training for Soft Skills 

 

Many businesses will want to develop their employees in soft skills, especially if the company focuses on communicating or customer relationships.

As an example, if a business was working within sales and this meant all employees had to speak confidently on the phone as well as learn new techniques to engage with customers more, then training courses in communication and customer service would be ideal. Sometimes a business needs some additional guidance and help to make the next steps in their growth and that is where soft skills training courses come in useful.

 

Implementation of New Product/Service Training 

 

Some businesses will add new services or products to their business. For example, if a business implements a major change to what the company offers, all the employees will have to be trained in the new information to offer it effectively.

Many claims consulting companies develop their services. For example, in construction, many experienced professionals go on to become expert witnesses. Some businesses will train their staff in expert witness so that they can offer more to clients. The College of Contract Management offers an expert witness in-house training course.

Additionally, Forensic Schedule Analysis is also becoming more prevalent in businesses. It has many commercial benefits. It can prevent the chance of losses in a business and maximise the profits. Schedule analysis is used in many different projects, its main purpose is planning out a project schedule and determining fault from delays and other circumstances. Many businesses train their employees in this area so that they can avoid claims and maximise the overall profit of the organisation.

 

Ethics Training

 

Another great type commonly used by businesses is training on the ethics of an organisation. This is something that many businesses like to do at the start of an onboarding process. Many businesses will have a set of rules that they want their employees to align with. This can be things such as ensuring all individuals are treated with respect, regardless of their race, religion, ethnic background, sexual orientation etc.

This can also help to train employees to know how customers or clients should act in connection with the business.

This is really important to make sure that the businesses reputation is protected and are known for being ethical in many ways.

 

 

 

The Importance of Company Training Courses

 

 

There are many reasons why company training is important. They could also be seen as benefits. Here are just a few:

 

1. It Helps Employees Engage 

 

Company training courses can allow employees to refresh their knowledge as well as keep motivated to engage with their work. Regular training is especially useful for this. It helps employees break out of their everyday tasks and start learning new skills to implement into their current practices. Employers usually find that once they have finished a training session they approach work more motivated than they did previously.

 

2. Addresses Weaknesses and Promotes Discussion of Improvement Areas 

 

Company training is also important because it can allow employees to discuss their weaknesses or areas of skill-building that they do not understand. In turn, this can allow employees to build on those weaknesses that they may not have been aware of before or may not have felt able to speak up about. Training is the perfect space and time for employers to understand their employees and employees to address concerns. In the normal day to day running of a business, many employers will be too busy to have lots of meetings with their employees about their concerns. In short, company training can be hugely beneficial for professional development in many ways.

 

3. Allows Employers to Track Progress

 

If a company has regular training sessions, employers can use this time to track the employees’ progress from one to the next. It can also be used as a tool to find out how much they know about a particular area. The employer can then plan out the next steps for the employees in terms of their future development and improvement within their position.

 

4. Helps Businesses Respond to Changes 

 

Company training courses can also be hugely beneficial for any changes in the business. There are frequently developments in most businesses, such as the way they operate. Without training, employees would not be able to work effectively.

 

5. It Can Provide Employee Satisfaction

 

A business which is dedicated to employee training and gives them multiple opportunities to develop their skills has high employee satisfaction. This makes the company more exciting to work for and allow them to develop their skills beyond that job position. In turn, this can reduce the number of employees who will leave the position early on.

 

Key Takeaways 

 

This article has outlined the various different company training courses out there as well as the benefit and importance of them.

If you are an owner of a business, consider implementing training courses into your operations. They can provide your business with so many benefits and help you to build a better bond with your employees.

 

 

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