Enhance Your Business Strategy With Employee Work-Based Training
Why choose work-based training?
In the current economic climate, many business leaders are searching for solutions to drive the retention of talent and streamline operations to increase both productivity and profitability.
Work-based training may not be high up on the agenda, but it can, in fact, make a huge difference when it comes to enhancing your business strategy.
There is a misconception that work-based training is aimed at entry level positions, which require internal resources to support the training and development of the work-based training.
However, work-based training is far more dynamic than you might expect and is an excellent way to support your existing workforce to gain new skills and support the development of your organisation.
A Level 5 Operations Management qualification is designed in partnership with your business and targeted to upskill your team and deliver on goals and objectives.
It’s a great way for your team to gain a Level 5 qualification and expand their skill set – and also for you to receive consultancy and insights to drive your business forward.
As part of the training, students will deliver reports and action plans which can be focused on your business.
Here are just a few deliverables that come as part of work-based training:
1. SWOT Analysis
The best place to begin with any business strategy is a SWOT analysis. A SWOT can help you understand your strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats.
By using this planning method you can begin to understand your unique selling points and prepare for challenges that could impact your business in the immediate future.
As part of the Level 5 Operations Management, students can prepare a SWOT report for your business and present insights and strategies that mitigate risk and solidify your market position.
2. Sales and marketing plan
Students can also work alongside you to understand your objectives and pull together annual sales and marketing plans.
By gaining detailed knowledge of your business, students are in prime position to implement strategies that consider budget and resource, set achievable targets, and monitor performance.
3. Data security and management plan
You can significantly lower the risk of data loss and theft by setting out a clear data-security and management plan.
Level 5 Operations Management will work alongside expert tutors at TRN Train to understand the key factors that help to build a strong data security plan and analyse your business for weaknesses.
They will report their findings and suggest ways to improve data operations and strategy.
4. Project Management
Want to make sure that your projects are delivered on time and on budget?
Operations Management is the perfect way to streamline processes and boost productivity.
Students will learn how to plan, initiate, deliver and close projects across cross-functional teams within your organisation, as well as make improvements to management and process systems.
5. Coaching & mentoring
A key part of the work-based training is to deliver effective coaching and mentoring.
Operations Management students will develop a broad understanding of different leadership styles as well as how to motivate and improve performance.
They can deliver internal training to leaders and help key leaders understand ways to manage change and support diversity within organisational cultures.
They will learn also about effective recruitment and development to attract and retain talent to support your organisation as you scale.