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The Key Components Of A Corporate Training Program

Author : john cruser

1. Knowledge of policies, practices, and procedures of the division and company.
Corporate training programs for new recruits should always have the vital points of the employee handbook that explains these policies, practices, and procedures. This part of corporate training should include your company policies towards fair-minded, ethical, professional and lawful issues. The corporate training should also include an synopsis of the various divisions.

2. Training on sales & customer interaction
Depending on how many products and services the employees will be responsible for his profile, this part of the corporate training plan could be quite broad. Key things to remember is that depending on the product/service, corporate training plans for products/services can often be quite dull and consequently it is important that elements of the training course are fun and more interactive.

3. Corporate training on esential communication skills.
Since most employees spend a majority of their time either face to face or on the phone or on mails to customers and prospective customers. This must be an important part of communication skills in any corporate training programs. Employees need to know how to speak and listen effectively in every customer contact. Writing effective mails is becoming critical to most orgainsations.

4. Corporate Training for the technical tools.
Technical training should encompass learning of all the technical skills that the employees must posses, this can be as small as understanding the telephone/epabx system through to the most technical computers ormachinery or systems the Company uses. Technical competencies are always essential in any corporate training program.

5. Corporate soft skills training.
This training should include topics such as customer service skills, negotiation, time management training, forcefulness skills training and assessment skills training, as well as skills attitude and knowledge training such as management training and sales training. This element of corporate training courses may include video-based, instructor-led, or computer-based or even online training.

6. Corporate trainings on the career
Learning and corporate training does not need to be class room based, there is no substitute for ongoing training and learning on the job.
This is a key part of any corporate training program and in many victorious organizations instructor training is only the foundation, but the success of any training leaned in a classroom is how convenient the skill learned are in terms of the day to day work the employee carries out.
All corporate training plan should make certain that the focus is on useful learning skills which will help the employee day to day, to carry out their role effectively. The key to success is post training to ensure that the skills educated on the corporate training plan are then industrial on the job

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