By using Innov8 as your training partner we can guarantee to help you get the best from your systems.
Despite the fact that modern computer and software systems are more complex than ever, many businesses treat the training of their workforce as an unnecessary expense. Being able to use a piece of software is not the same as being able to fully utilise it. A lack of training on your systems can mean your business is not getting the best from your investment may even lead to a loss of efficiency and profits. Appropriate training can help your business and systems run more smoothly saving you money and increasing profits.
By using Innov8 as your training partner we can guarantee to help you get the best from your systems. Our training centres across the UK and Ireland are equipped with the latest technology to effectively train your staff on the latest systems. If you have your own facilities we would also be happy to discuss implementing training sessions there instead.
The prime object of Innov8 training services is to provide tailored and flexible training which best meets the needs of the various users within your organisation. Our approach is one of partnering with your IT implementation team and training department to gain a thorough understanding of your desktop environment and the tools which will be provided to users. We then develop a variety of documentation, representative of the system.
The training should be developed in a modular format to address the different needs to different skill-sets of the users. The different modules can then be combined to form specific courses, relevant to each type of user, addressing both their knowledge of the applications and work processes.
To ensure that the training meets the needs of the individuals and the firm, it is essential to assess how different users will interact with the operations, and the skills and knowledge they require. A study will need to be conducted to identify these needs. This can take the form of interviews, or self-completion questionnaires, with a selection of staff. The results of this study will enable us to define the training plans for user groups and set objectives for course module design.