With rapidly changing technologies and regulations, effective training today is more important than ever. But with the increased complexity of the corporate world, efficient training has become more difficult. Companies today are faced with multiple challenges in the quest to provide optimal training for their employees, partners and customers.
A centralized training program is vital to maintain consistency. However, relying solely on in-person training weighs heavily on limited budgets. Employee productivity is sacrificed as their time and energy is spent in unnecessary travel. Employee turnover leads to repetitive initial training classes and frustration for training personnel. And often, companies don’t have an easy way to evaluate the success or failure of trainees.
What is the point of providing training if you can’t measure its effectiveness? All of these issues lead to duplicated efforts, wasted time and higher costs for training. Company leaders are overwhelmed and consider training difficult and problematic..