When to Create a Repeatable New Hire Training Program
Do you spend a lot of time training?
When it comes to creating an onboarding or training course for your employees, training preparations can take a lot of time.
You need to develop the curriculum, including the presentations, training materials, etc. Then you have to give the training to new hires and other employees. All this adds up to a lot of time and effort. And you'd like to get back some of that time.
Do you need a program that you can repeat over and over again? Or do you need to tailor your training?
Sometimes training can be repeated and sometimes training is a one-off.
As the head consultant here at ScreenSteps — a knowledge base software and training solution company — I've coached dozens of companies on best practices for streamlining their training program. Through this, I've learned to recognize when it is time to create a training factory and when you need a one-off training session.
To determine if it is worth it to create a training factory for your business, watch this 3-minute video.
(Not to spoil anything, but I do talk about Ford vs. Ferrari in the explanation.)
How to build a repeatable training program
Building a repeatable training program isn't always the right answer for training your employees. But when it is, it can save you a lot of time and money.
If your training program is something you repeat over and over again, it may be time to build a training factory.
The Find & Follow Training Framework has helped many of our customers reduce their training time to proficiency by 75%. With Find & Follow Training, training takes 30 days or less.
Looking to build a repeatable training curriculum?
Download the free Find & Follow Training guide to learn how to build a new hire training program that has your new hires up and running in 30 days or less.