Creating effective training isn’t easy. Common problems include creating training that doesn’t support a true business goal or is intended for a problem that training can’t fix. Sometimes training just includes too much information.
Imagine someone at work perceives a problem and thinks a new training program might resolve it. For example, maybe your HR manager says he’s having a hard time filling maintenance and crafts positions and wonders if, in order to fill those roles, a complete training curriculum can be developed for onboarding. Before anyone rushes off, creates training materials, and conducts the training, it’s a good idea to take a step back and assess the situation.
In our guide, “8 Steps for Creating Effective Training for Maintenance Teams,” find 8 actionable tips for assembling effective training. We’ll discuss steps like conducting a needs assessment, developing learning objectives and much more.