That’s why we have an internal training program to help employees better themselves and gain additional responsibilities and promotions.
How Our Employees Benefit From In-House Training
Here are a couple of examples of how Components Company employees benefit from in-house training.
Natasha Kilgore has recently been promoted to Human Resource Manager. Her new responsibilities include promoting the Wellness Group and sustainability, responding to employee issues and working with the Executive Management group. Natasha has been with CCI for more than 5 years. She will receive her degree in human resources in the summer of 2017.
Also Matt Peterson is currently being trained in Quality Control. Matt has been with the company for more than 6 years. His exceptional attention to detail will make him a great asset in our quality control department.
The Advantages of In-House Training
Some companies don’t offer growth training to their employees. Others do; but they only invest in off-site programs. While these programs can be useful, there are many advantages to in-house training.
When an employee is sent off site to complete their training, they are usually being instructed by strangers. While the instructors might be considered experts in the industry, they don’t know each employee’s individual job, strengths and weaknesses.
On the other hand, in-house training creates a situation where employees are learning from either their employer directly or from co-workers that they likely work with on a daily basis. Besides strengthening company relationships, this type of training also provides employees with real world situations that they will come across while on the job. They will be familiar with the procedures, rules and language because they are training in their own work environment.
At Components Company, we support the development of all our employees and we will continue to use in-house training to help them grow.