Throughout the world, many organizations are taking a pro active responsibility in providing employees with industrial or management training. HR managers are constantly on the lookout for suitable programs or courses that can meet their requirement for developing their employees. These programs may range from general skills to technical skills.
Many employees have benefitted by attending company organized training progams or courses. Yet there are many who may yet to have a chance to be selected for any training. So, what do these employees do? By being self-initiated, they can opt to search for suitable training programs for themselves. They can choose programs that they are keen to learn more about. They may choose those that will be able to improve their skills.
Either way, training is essential for every employee, be it internally or externally conducted.
With so many similar programs being organized, employees who have a tough time deciding which program to choose would need to find more help. They can speak to a program counselor from the training provider, or better still, speak to their immediate superior or HR personnel. Ultimately, they should speak to someone who is knowledgeable and able to see if the training program will eventually benefit them. Finally, they would have to decide when it comes to the monetary aspect as the cost of education varies from each training provider.
Think about what you would like to be with the skills that you currently have. Do they meet your own satisfaction in being capable of getting to where you want to be or do the things that you would want to do as a career? Once you have a conclusion, look at the various advertisements in the daily newspaper on adult education. You would be surprised what you can actually find that will be what you would want to learn for your career progression.
Written by Stephen Ronee Lau . 5 January 2012
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