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Modified training regimens can help to offer new skills to veteran workers

By February 29th, 2012No Comments

Different skill levels should be addressed with varying types of instruction, so businesses often need to provide a diverse array of classes and lessons to properly educate a workforce. Unfortunately, this is sometimes financially or operationally unfeasible. Dedicating extra time and increasing amounts of employee hours to customized lessons simply can't always be accomplished.

This is a shame, because there are some excellent opportunities for companies that are willing to engage in something like personnel reclamation projects. For example, a candidate for a particular position might not have every single qualification that a company would like, but his knowledge of related ideas might be enough that only some small amount of training is necessary to make him completely competent.

In such a situation, eLearning development is a great choice. For instance, a person who has a great deal of experience with managing a group of teachers at a school might be a very short digital training course away from being able to marshal a group of salespeople. The objectives are slightly different, but many of the processes are the same, so avoid spending time and energy on a more qualified but less appealing applicant by using custom software development.

Contact Christy Beiermann at or 1.309.263.7595 and ask for an eLearning demo today!