FAQ -Frequently Asked Questions
What will I learn on each course?
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Why are trained assemblers necessary?
They are less likely to inadvertently break the law, leave furniture dangerously assembled and are less likely to make mistakes and get it right first time.
What does training and development, mean to your organisation?
Training presents the opportunity to expand the knowledge base of your assemblers. Assemblers attending training courses miss out on work time and they cost money. However training and development provides both the individual and organisations as a whole with benefits that make it a worthwhile investment. The return on investment from training and development of employees is therefore theright thing to do.
What are the generic benefits of training?
- Basically, Improved employee performance – Assemblers who receive relevant training are more capable at performing their jobs. Training gives them a better understanding of their job and will enhance their confidence. Confidence leads to better performance which can only benefit the company.
- Better Satisfaction – Trained staff feel more valued. Assemblers who feel appreciated and developed through training opportunities will feel more satisfied in their jobs.
- Removes Weaknesses – Many assemblers will have weaknesses in their skills. Training allows you to replace those weaknesses with strengths. This helps reduce poor assembly work and leads to fewer customer servce issues to dea with. Providing the training creates knowledgeable assemblers who do not need constant help and supervision from others.
- Consistency – Training and development leads to consistent work. Consistency of performance makes managing work easier. All assemblers need to be aware of the expectations and how to do things properly. Increased efficiencies in doing jobs lead to financial gain for all.
- Increased productivity and adherence to quality standards – Productivity usually increases when staff are trained properly which in turn will improve the company turnover and profitability.
- Increased Innovation – Ongoing training and upskilling of assemblers can encourage creativity.
- Reduced Assembler Turnover – staff are more likely to feel valued if they are invested in and therefore, less likely to change employers. Training and development is seen as an additional company benefit. Recruitment costs therefore go down due to staff retention.
- Enhances company reputation and profile – Having a strong and successful trained team of Assemblers helps to develop your brand and make your company look better. Training also makes a company more attractive to new recruits who want to improve their skills.