Training often gets swept under the rug. It costs money to pay employees to sit in a classroom or in front of a comptuer and doing training instead of working, right?
That's true. But what's the cost when an employee speaks poorly to a customer? What's the cost when they use equipment improperly and the equipment breaks down or malfunctions as a result? Training is critical to keeping all your employees on the same page.
Good news - there are LOTS of training solutions out there. Training can be done in a classroom or conference room. It can be done on the job. It can be a simple email. It can be a printed document that goes on a cubicle wall, in a binder, on a truck dashboard, or on the side of a commercial refrigerator. It can be interactive computer-based training.
I have nearly ten years of training experience in the corporate sector. I've facilitated training to medical directors, phone representatives, operations managers, and vendors. I've developed eLearning for electrical engineers and health insurance claim processors. I've done a lot of technical writing for all of the above. I've learned and developed training for many, many kinds of software. I've even built training websites that serve as a repository or "knowledge center." And I have enough experience working with subject matter experts, senior managers, and stakeholders to help figure out which training solution is the best fit for your team!
Contact me TODAY to learn more.
Training development often goes hand-in-hand with other dynamics of business. Learn more about the other areas where I can help:
Hi! I'm Josh. I'm a photographer, consultant, and blogger based in Gilbert, Arizona. I love Jesus, my wife, and my family. I also enjoy good coffee, donuts, the outdoors, telling stories, and building things.
I started writing, building websites, and photography all around the age of nine years old. I'd "publish" sports magazines for my dad (with hand-drawn pictures, of course), and go to the library with my brother to go online and build websites on platforms like GeoCities. Another favorite thing to do was to take my little Kodak Star 110 or a disposable camera and take pictures of dogs, flowers, or prickly pear cacti.
These days, though, I have a professional-grade digital camera and build websites using HTML/CSS and WordPress. I also love to write, and enjoy meeting new people and businesses.
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