What you need
I believe that OTJ training must be well structured, consistently carried out and focussed on the specific requirements of the business.
What do you need to be structured? How about:
- Job specifications
- Job descriptions
- Trainee needs assessment
- Training plan
- Standards of operation
- Task breakdowns
- Control and appraisal system
This may sound quite complicated but it must not be. However, the better you are structured the more likely you will get a top performance from your employees.
I can help you to bridge the gaps and come up with practical solutions! Because I know it works.
- I look at the operational requirements and effectiveness of your current “on-the-job” training system and who does the OTJ training
- identifying gaps in your training system is important and I make suggestions to fill these gaps
- you and I discussing your operational training needs
- I recommend effective and efficient training solutions
- This may include demonstrating training techniques to your team members or trainers
- Then we (you and I) develop a tailor made course to meet your specific needs and requirements
These points are just an example of how I would go about supporting your operation training; my specific approach depends on you and your operation.