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If there are a number of people in your company who require training, in-house training could be the ideal solution. This can be cost effective since training people within your organization is usually cheaper than sending a large number of employees on an external course, it promotes team building as each employee becomes aware of his colleagues’ role in the company, and it is convenient for the HR department as there is no transport or accommodation to organize.

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Business mentoring

Business mentoring can be an effective method of training, as the mentor, older, more experienced and from outside the company, is there for the mentee: giving advice, sharing his experiences and helping him to identify his strengths and weaknesses. Similarly, “reverse mentoring” is a practice of assigning a young employee of generation Y, literate in digital communication tools, to an older employee so as to help him to better understand the digital environment. Discover our 5 tips to make mentoring a real asset.

Vocational training

The world of work is constantly evolving. Whereas before a person would enter a company at 20 and leave at 60, now there are many opportunities to evolve either within the same company or in a new one, and employees must adapt and evolve as well in order to have a fulfilling career. What better way to do this than to obtain new skills and knowledge? Vocational training helps you to increase your employability and adapt to the demands of the market. Find out why you should implement vocational training within your company.