What’s your excuse for not having an Industrial Training Program?

Most people know what’s good for them. We know it’s better to slow down at the yellow light than to speed right through. We know it’s better to pay attention to the road than to text or talk on the phone while driving. Yet we still multitask while operating a vehicle going 45 miles per hour or more although we know it’s not safe. We like to think we know what’s best good for us, but often times we don’t. So instead of making an excuse about why your company doesn’t need an industrial training program, you should consider the benefits.

Here are the two most common excuses for not having an industrial training program:

1. No time to develop and manage the program. You might believe you don’t have the time and energy to devote to an industrial training program, but ITC Learning offers a wide variety of training courses that once they’ve been started practically run themselves. If you choose ITC Learning’s products for your training needs, you don’t have to worry about writing and devising the different courses. Our industrial training courses have already been created and you simply need to let us know what type of training classes you need, and when you need it.

2. The belief that training will increase expenses. In fact, training is the best way to increase productivity and reduce accidents. Plus, by outsourcing your industrial training needs, you’re reducing the cost of sending your employees to classes off-site. With an in-house training program you can train more people, more often. Plus, having an industrial training program in place makes a lot of sense when you hire a lot of people in a short period of time. When companies fail to provide adequate training and education, the results can be disastrous for the equipment, employee morale, and the company.