Who Is Providing the Training?
In part one, you read about what kind of training is available to you.
In many cases, the success or failure of a training program comes down to the instructor or training provider. A knowledgeable, engaging instructor can improve understanding and make a complex task manageable, while a less enthusiastic or prepared instructor can make the topic even more confusing.
Investigate who is teaching the courses and their qualifications; if possible, sign up for a free trial or sample course to get a sense of how the courses work and what students can expect.
Continue reading What to Look for in an Online IT Training Course Part 2
Is your team being headhunted?
For many managers, just the word “headhunting” is enough to cause anxiety. With images of their best people being drawn away to another company — perhaps even a competitor — most managers view the concept of headhunting as something to be approached with suspicion, unless of course the headhunting is happening on their behalf.
Continue reading Why it’s a Good Sign When Your Employees are Being Headhunted Part 1
When you’re looking to invest in an online IT training program, you have plenty of options, from free courses to full distance degree programs. If you were only selecting for yourself, the choice might be easier, since you are likely to know exactly what you need in terms of course content and learning environment.
When you are looking for a course provider to offer training to your employees, though, the decision is a little tougher. You need to find a course that will appeal to a wider audience, offer a variety of course types, and accommodate various learning styles. Choose the wrong provider, and you could end up spending a lot of money for not much return.
Continue reading What to Look for in an Online IT Training Course Part 1