Learning is the process of absorbing that information in order to increase skills and abilities and make use of it under a variety of contexts. Our learning service ensures that you are equipped for non-specific and unexpected situations. While you do learn to do something specific, you are also inadvertently equipped with the knowledge and/or skills to face future challenges. In essence, our learning process is all about equipping a person to tackle not just today’s issues, but preparing him/her to creatively come up with ways to tackle tomorrow’s issues.
Our training program is designed to help individuals/employees learn specific knowledge or skills to improve performance in their current roles.
It focuses more on the development of new skills or skill sets that will be used. Our training curriculum helps new employees joining a company learn how to carry out the day-to-day operations, know how their department works and how job-specific tools operate in order to carry out their responsibilities. In essence, through our training, we are not looking to reshape the behavior of an individual rather the point is to teach the employee or learner how things are done so that they can then carry out a process on their own.
Our development program is more expansive and focuses on employee growth and future performance, rather than an immediate job role.
Good training and development programs help you retain the right people and grow profits. As the battle for top talent becomes more competitive, employee training and development programs are more important than ever. Hiring top talent takes time and money, and how you engage and develop that talent from the time they are first onboarded impacts retention and business growth. According to the 2019 Workplace Learning Report from LinkedIn, 82% of L&D professionals say that their executives actively support employee engagement in professional learning, and 59% say they will spend more on their online learning budget.
As companies grow and the war for talent intensifies, it is increasingly important that training and development programs are not only competitive but are supporting the organization on its defined strategic path. And it’s not just about retention. Employee training and development programs directly impact your bottom line.
According to SHRM, the link between learning and business success is compelling. “Companies that learn fastest and adapt well to changing environments perform the best over time,” says Edward Hess, a professor of business administration and author.