The training process is an important component of human capital management. With the proper tool, such as a training management application, you can better deal with the quality and with maintaining the connection to the people that the process is dedicated to. The actual management of the professional training activities will be easier, facilitating the learning process and accelerating performance.
The activities performed under this umbrella are rather diverse; they vary from courses recommended further to performance appraisals to legally compulsory courses. According to their type, these courses can be more urgent or with higher direct impact on daily activity, or more relaxed and with medium-term impact, with no time pressure.
When you are juggling hundreds of employees and a high range of available courses, you must be able to easily manage people’s participation in the training – planning, enrolling, check-up of actual participation, re-scheduling, collection and centralization of feedback from all parties involved.
There will always be last minute changes and critical activities as far as timing is concerned so that it is useful to have aggregated data and reporting tools available. The updated record of legally compulsory trainings performed, and their visibility in advance will lower your stress levels.
For management decisions, use long-term or company-level aggregated reports.
Centralize the training activity of the entire organization, outlining the initial necessary resources, the actual schedule of courses which were approved and included in the budget, and the courses actually performed. The training management program quantifies the results, presents the current status per process and automates the enrolling flow and the training participation approval flow.
This way, you can effortlessly and quickly make sure that the approvals and necessary signatures from the managers are obtained. The system ensures the management of the approval flow, as per the specific settings of your organization.
Integrate training needs arising from professional appraisal and development processes with those from the onboarding period.
Using a training management software centralizing and automating a large part of the flows, the trainers and the employees can assess the courses and provide feedback. The human resources application is integrated with the company Intranet, which increases the transparency of the process within the organization. The courses are accessible resources, visible to all employees. They can apply online, through the internal communication portal - Employee Portal - where they can also provide feedback.
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Training centralization gives me more accuracy and control of information. We have a clear view of the training changes at any level, due to the centralized training calendar. Storing the history and feedback from previous groups, the HR application helps me improve content delivery, adapting it to the company’s needs. Another useful element is reducing analysis and reporting times as regards training programs reporting.
Courses of any kind entail investing resources – time, funds, the opportunity cost of other activities that the employee will not be performing during that time.
Using the analysis and reporting component, the training management software manages training programs and aggregates the results of all courses - onboarding, repetitive, custom. It provides me with a clear view of the outcome of our investment in learning and training programs, at various levels of the organization. I can count on clear figures in order to make decisions to increase the ROI for training processes.
Integrating training management software with the company Intranet, via the Employee Portal, brings focus on the training process and makes it more palpable and more accessible. The list of courses is available to everybody; they are public resources that we can all apply for. We are using a multi-user solution encouraging information sharing and know-how.
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