It is a well-established fact that no other resource at a company’s disposal is as valuable as its employees. Whether you are a government entity or NGO, you still need employees to operate in an efficient and effective manner – and even the boss counts as part of the business’s human resources. This is why investment in employees is so important, and what better way to do so than through professional short courses?
Boost performance and morale
We’ve all started some kind of venture at the very bottom, realising we know nothing and spending hours building onto the relevant experience and knowledge to excel. By sending employees for short courses with African Training Institute(ATI) you are affording them the opportunity to be professionally taught about what they need to know, enabling them to do their work well with much less trial and error learning needed. This will benefit your employees with a boost to their confidence and morale as better qualified individuals. This also benefits your organisation in turn through better employee performance and productivity, which translates into increased company productivity.
Safety is always a concern in any workplace, but even more so in high-risk careers such as mining and waste management. As a globally relevant industries, international training programmes are essential to ensuring the safety of workers and protecting both lives and production time. Another beneficial effect of training employees in these areas is that it enables them to represent your organisation in social responsibility initiatives in areas, for example, affected by waste management problems. This also serves to boost your brand image.
Loyalty and staff retention
Beyond the monetary and brand image benefits of sending your employees for professional short courses, you will also generate a sense of value and loyalty in your workforce. By investing company funds in short courses, especially those presented by the African Training Institute, your employees can begin to see that rather than only using them for productivity you are committed to improving their skills. These employees are then more likely to stay loyal to you, decreasing your turnover rates and thus improving your production in the long run. This increased loyalty often leads to a further increase in productivity as employees are more eager to work hard and apply their newly learned skills.
When managed properly, regularly sending employees for professional short courses carries immense benefits and virtually no drawbacks. For a reputable training provider of short courses in Durban, Pretoria, Dubai, Accra and Mombasa and other major South African cities look no further than African Training Institute. Give your employees the skills to carry you to success!