Develop your skills in a meaningful way.
While it is fair to say many jobs are alike and require similar skills and qualifications, it is also fair to say that no two posts are alike. Each company has its pressures, their own company culture and unique aspects that means a person who is ideal for a role with one firm may not be suitable for the same position within another company.
Therefore, if you are looking to develop your skills for a particular role, it makes sense to focus on the requirements of that role. If you are an employee looking to be the ideal person for a position, bespoke training provides you with focus and support that ensures you are ideally placed to manage the pressure and demands of the role. If you are an employer, offering bespoke job training ensures that you support candidates while creating consistency which helps you effectively run your business.
Companies need to focus on offering more relevant training
Companies should focus on providing different styles of training. There will be elements that every employee needs to know, such as health and safety, and for individual departments, there will be similarities in the teaching outcomes that people need to develop. However, each employee comes to a role with unique experiences and skills, which means that offering a universal training plan fails to utilise or enhance what employees have to offer.
Creating a bespoke training plan focuses on two separate areas:
- The needs of the role
- The current skills and potential of the candidate/employee
A standard training plan may outline the requirements of the task, but it doesn’t take into account what the individual needs to learn to match the expectations of the position and their employer. A bespoke training plan bridges the gap between where the employee is now and where their employer needs them to be.
Bespoke training develops confidence in individuals
When a training plan focuses on what people need to learn, it develops confidence for every party. The individual receives relevant objectives that will help them make progress, and a company can feel confident regarding the realisation of their needs. For training to be practical, it must deliver results, which is where bespoke training has an advantage over off-the-shelf training.
Far too many training courses and plans fail because the individual doesn’t feel as though they are relevant to them, or that the training is boring. A bespoke training plan removes this aspect because it is training for specific needs, and which aims to help people reach a personal or professional goal.
At Global Solution Services, we have a team of trainers who are flexible in delivering training courses, and skilled writing teams support these trainers. We can adapt and manipulate non-accredited training plans to the needs of firms and employers, ensuring a more significant impact for all parties. If you want to learn more about how bespoke training benefits you and your company, please get in touch.