We’ve highlighted the disadvantages as well to help you be aware of these and take action to reduce the impact. The Advantages and Benefits of In-House Training include:
* Training Cost saving – the cost per delegate is typically less when compared to sending the same number on to public training courses. * Travel Cost saving – no need for employees to travel any further than their offices and incur extra costs. * More specific – generally running a course for a single client allows the training to focus on specific items that are causing issues within the business. * Customised training – Getting a group together allows all of the training and learning to be focused on the company and can discuss real and current examples. * Convenience – fit around the working schedule of the staff and at a location they come to everyday! * Team Building – a room full of delegates from different departments can encourage greater team work, awareness and understanding of each other’s role. The Disadvantages and Costs of In-House Training include:
* Extra administration burden – need to make sure you have suitable training room, equipment, trainer parking, get the delegates there. * Pressure on delegates – if they are offsite training then they cannot be contacted (ideally) however if they are onsite they can be pulled out of a classroom if needed. * Not taken as seriously – employees might attend just to have a break from their job or don’t turn up as the course is running on another day. * Training going stale – if running courses using internal resources only then how do you keep improving it. * No networking opportunities – attending a course with delegates from other companies allow networking and learning from one another. * Not up to speed with current best practice – passing on existing inefficiencies or perpetuating poor business practices. If you are a company that carries out In-House training using internal resources then make...
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