6 Keys to Developing a Skilled Plastics Workforce
With over 20 years of training experience in the plastics industry, Routsis Training knows the 6 critical factors that can make or break your company's in-house training program. Let's examine these success factors and see how other industry training methods stack-up against interactive training…
- The information being presented must be relevant to the workplace. A comprehensive in-house training plan incorporates all of the training necessary to instill a good base of fundamental knowledge.
- Training must be captivating in order to keep the participants' attention. Everyone knows that in order to learn, you must pay attention – yet companies often rely on boring lectures and literature to train.
- Employees retain significantly more information in an interactive environment. Research has shown a 38% increase in retention when using interactive training compared to other methods.
- Curriculum must be tailored to meet the specific needs of your plant. Training media, such as interactive training, can be easily customized to your business at no additional cost.
- Participants must develop skills that can actually be used. Too often, participants learn a wealth of theoretical information yet do not understand how to apply it to the workplace.
- Tracking the results proves the effectiveness of the training. Facilitators need to use a training method which makes it easy to track and monitor each employee's progress.
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