Ensuring employees are properly trained and qualified is vital to the success of modern businesses. However, traditional training can often take valuable staff away from vital work and can be increasingly difficult for employees to enjoy their work-life balance. Online learning has continued to grow in popularity, giving businesses the opportunity to upskill and train staff in flexible and cost-effective environments through interactive and informative platforms developed to give students the maximum return on their time investment.
There are many advantages of online training that showcase how it can help improve a business, whether it’s trade, accounting, hospitality, or health. The benefits to additional staff training will help develop your future leaders.
Flexibility: Online learning is immediate, giving students and businesses instant access to training in the most convenient way possible. Training can begin with just a few clicks so you don’t need to worry about losing precious time.
Accountability: You can track learning and identify areas where your team needs extra help, meet your compliance requirements and link to development plans, all while reducing the cost and difficulty of training your staff.
Cost-Effective: Training provided online avoids the high costs like transport, printing, books, and the cost of travel. Online training is extremely cost-effective and can be utilised efficiently
With Chisholm’s online-only industry courses, you can train your team with flexible, tailored and practical industry learning that delivers the skills your staff and business need on your terms – all online, at any time. Discover how effective our online training is with a complimentary four-week trial for businesses, Foundation Skills For New Leaders. With six modules, you’ll be able to track and measure employee uptake and feedback.
For more information you can contact the Chisholm Workforce Solutions team at Workforce.Solutions@chisholm.edu.au.
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