What is the Training process?
Training is defined as the procedures in which people acquire new knowledge for a specific activity or goal. It includes both the person that is teaching, as well as the one learning.
The training goal is to increase knowledge, to enable workers to execute their tasks correctly, safely, and efficiently. Training is part of the daily life of any company, and has huge impact on results. Training sessions are usually executed when new workers arrive, on-the-jobe training and testing specific knowledge training.
In companies, training is usually executed by professional trainers first-hand. It is afterward followed by more experienced workers guidance in the field.
How is training implemented?
All types of training include a passive and active learning methodology. In fact, it starts by acquiring more theoretical frameworks, and then applying them into a practical and realistic scenario to test the acquired knowledge.
To achieve an efficient training session, 5 steps must be followed:
- Find and assess training needs.
- Set organizational objetives according to those needs.
- Create action plans with needed visuals, information, exercizes and others.
- Implement training.
- Evaluate and revise to verify the efficiency of the training.
By respecting all steps, it is easier to acquire an improved learning curve. Training guarantees that learning is transmitted in a uniform way, to guarantee the best results in production, and with a minimum error.
How Industry 4.0 can influence the process?