Your employees need to be trained so that your business runs smoothly and cost effectively, but you also need to keep your budget under control.
Here are some suggestions that will ensure you still receive first class training and get the most out of your budget.
Hold your training courses onsite
If you have a group of people that require the same course, this will reduce your training cost per person, as well as cutting your travel expenses. You will receive training onsite at your premises for a fraction of the cost of public courses.
Reduce the length of the courses
Have your training delivered in short bite size modules, little and often. This will reduce the time your employees are away from their desks.
Hold customised courses
Have courses tailored to meet your needs and your employees will receive more effective, focused training and learn skills that they can put into practice immediately.
Get together with another company
Share the cost of training with another company and receive volume discounts which will reduce the cost per person.
Seek out government grants
You may be able to take advantage of training grants that are available.
Hold training sessions in the evenings or weekends
This will reduce operating costs for your organization as a whole.
Receive remote online training
Arrange for your employees to receive focused, structured training without leaving their desks. This will save travel time and costs, and reduce the time your employees are out of the workplace.
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