Why should you schedule in-house training for your staff?
In-house training develops skills that increase your team’s productivity and the quality of their work product.
Well trained staff are more engaged, with higher morale and initiative, which helps you retain your people.
Timely training is imperative if you’re going to mitigate risk in the face of ever-changing legislative and market challenges.
What are the advantages of choosing the in-house training option?
Save money and time: If six or more people need training on the same topic, you can save 20-60% over public seminar costs by bringing an Dti seminar in-house. Since your seminar is held at your convenience and at the location of your choice, your employees save travel costs and don’t waste valuable time away from the office.
Get focused content: Choose an existing course from Dti catalog; combine modules for a tailored approach; or let us custom-design your course. Your training can target the most current trends and technologies affecting your organization and industry. Confidentiality is ensured, so you can tackle department hot buttons in private.
Engage your team members: In-house participants can experience workshops, case studies, live software demonstrations, role play, and hands-on computer lab exercises to address real-world solutions. Everyone hears the same message and learns the same methods. In an in-house setting, team members also gain a greater understanding of the role each person plays in the organization
Learn from the best: All Dti instructors are expert practitioners who are your subject-matter consultants while they are at your location. Your training is backed up for Dti’s solid industry experience and reputation. You can also take benchmarking a step further and plan a curriculum that fulfills the requirements of a Dti Certificate Program, or design your own!
How can you make it happen?
Contact us by email, phone, or the inquiry form below and let us know:
What would you like the course to focus on?
Where would you like the training to take place and when?
How many members of your team would you like to train?
What level of experience does your team have?
Dti and his team are ready to work with you to find the perfect solution to your training needs. Please feel free to contact her at your convenience:
Development Training International
In-House Training Services
+268 2404 9798
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Questions you should ask in-house training providers:
Do you provide post-training resources and support?
Ask training providers what materials your staff will have after the course is complete. Will they have access to a framework to help them follow-up with their lessons learned and apply it in their position? Many in-house training providers offer extended support options including phone-calls, email support, and coaching sessions to ensure that employees follow-up on the action plans that they created in the course.
If you’re looking for an in-house solution to help your employees prepare for a professional exam, ask in-house training providers if they offer study resources and post-course support to help staff review any difficult areas of the exam before sitting it.
Is your in-house training accredited?
If your employees belong to a Chartered Institute, finding a training provider who offers CPD (Continuing Professional Development) accredited courses may be a priority in order to keep their membership current. Alternately, you may wish your team to schedule an in-house training course accredited directly with their chartered institute. If the in-house training solution is not accredited, consider the needs of your staff to determine whether or not accreditation is a vital aspect of the programme.
How do you solicit feedback?
This is a great question to ask any training provider, but when you’re investing in multiple staff members or an entire team or department it’s especially crucial to work with a training provider who values constructive feedback. At email@example.com, we encourage all of our listed training providers to email each course member and publish their training reviews online to demonstrate transparency and ensure each course delegate if given an opportunity to voice their feedback.
What kind of results can you deliver?
In-house training providers should be able to list examples of how their company-specific training helped companies achieve their goals. Feel free to ask how many companies the training provider is currently working with, and to ask for references before contracting an external training provider.
Is your in-house training off-the-shelf, tailored, or bespoke?
A great in-house training provider will help you understand the needs of your staff whilst assessing their training programmes to determine how much their material will need to be tailored. Training providers will take into account the level and qualifications of your team, their preferred learning style, and the overall goal of what you aim to achieve by up-skilling your staff.
Bring a In House Training to your institution…
In-House seminars are a cost-effective way to help you members obtain and master the knowledge and skills they need to add value to their organisations.
Our courses are designed to help your members maintain a high level of knowledge and proficiency in a wide range of fields, including internal audit, information technology audit, information security management, internal controls and governance, fraud, assurance and risk management
Our expert faculty bring a wealth of hands-on experience to tailor the curriculum to meet the needs of your chapter.