Training is an investment in your staff and maximizing the benefits of this investment, involves a number of key factors
The pre and post-training environment and climate can affect learning outcomes. The manner in which the organisation introduces the training and the nature of trainees previous experience in training (positive or negative) influences training motivation. Where the training is compulsory, preparatory information and positioning is vital and will need to be sufficiently detailed to shape trainees expectations, self-belief and their motivation to learn and apply skills on the job. LifeLine will not only provide high end quality training but will ensure that implementation of skills are set through practical and experiential exercises.
Furthermore, the congruence between training objectives and the structure of the organisation that may affect the delivery of a training programme with such factors such as organisational goals, available resources, constraints and support for transfer of skills into the workplace. Unfortunately many training programmes fail to reach their goals because of organisational limitations and conflicts, which could have been solved before training was implemented. Lifeline’s training are matched according to your culture and tailored to meet your specific requirements so you pay for only the training that you really need.
Individual characteristics that the trainee brings to the training environment have a large influence on the learning that takes place. Those with high mental ability (all other things being equal) are likely to learn more and succeed in training. However many jobs have requirements that extend beyond cognitive ability for success, and these are the factors managers need to identify to select suitable training.
It is well established for example that a sense of self-belief enhances learning outcomes and performance, it also influences a number of personal variables, including job satisfaction, organisational commitment, the relationship between learning and conscientiousness, and the probability of implementing training technology.