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Employee training is a necessity. You need to get new hires up to speed as quickly as possible so they can become productive members of your team. And you want to update the skills of existing employees so they'll be ready for you to implement new technology, develop new processes and acquire new markets.

You may be able to do much of the training yourself - at a significant cost in time, of course. Your more experienced employees are also good sources of training, either on the job or in more formal, off-site sessions held in lunchrooms or classrooms. You can save time - but not money--if you hire third-party trainers to conduct classroom sessions. Inexpensive, easily repeated training can be found in video-based courses, computer-assisted instruction, and Web-based training.

Training is essentially a process through which the skills of the employee are enhanced and an attitude is developed towards a particular direction. This is directed towards the achievement of a specific purpose. Training is generally of two categories. There is probationary training that is given to the fresh employees to help them get an induction about the working of an organization.

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F.A.Q. about Trainings

What are the types of training?

  1. Induction or Orientation Training: Introducing a new employee to the organization’s environment comprising of a day to day functioning, products, services, rules and regulations are termed as Induction or orientation training. The purpose of such training is to reduce the nervousness of a new joinee, by making him accustomed to the working environment. It is also called orientation training, which means giving a fair idea to the new employee about, what he is supposed to do in the organization.
  2. Job Training: This training is job-specific and is given to the employee who has to perform that job. Under this training, the information about the machine, the process of production, methods to be used, the safety measures to be undertaken, etc. are explained. Through this training, the employee develops the confidence and the necessary skills, that enable him to perform his job effectively and efficiently.
  3. Safety Training: The safety training is given to the employees so as to minimize the number of accidents caused due to the handling of machines or other equipment. Under this training, the employees are given the safety instructions on the usage of machinery and the other dangerous devices.
  4. Apprenticeship Training: Under this training, the worker earns while learning. This training is generally given to the technical staff, craftsmen, plumber, etc. who are required to work under the superior for a relatively long period until he gains the expertise in that particular field.
  5. Internship Training: Under this type, the educational or vocational institutes have an arrangement with the industrial institutes to provide practical knowledge to its students. Sometimes, the companies also offer the pre-placement offers to the trainees on the basis of their performance during their internship program.
  6. Refresher Training or Retraining: As the name implies, the retraining or refresher training is given to the old employees with the purpose of improving their efficiencies. They are introduced to the new methods and technologies that would result in increased productivity and reduces the monotony in their daily work.
  7. Promotional Training: This training is given to potential employees, who can be promoted to the senior position in the organization. The promotional training is given in advance so that employee gets accustomed to the new roles and responsibilities and do not get nervous at the time of promotion.
  8. Remedial Training: This training is given in order to overcome the shortcomings in the behavior and performance of old employees. Due to the invention of technology, the employees may resist accepting the change and cause a disturbance in the organization. Therefore, such training is given to make them understand the importance of change and its necessity in the operations of a business. This training is generally given by the psychological expert.