Your employees are your greatest asset. To achieve peak manufacturing performance, you need technologies and processes driven by highly trained employees.
Understanding your workforce’s knowledge and ability to perform at the desired level is no easy task. It is an analysis of job skill and knowledge levels targeting a specific job category and focusing on tasks that affect your employees’ job performance. In today’s business environment you want to equip your employees with the skills and knowledge they need to maximize their performance –creating more value to your company and a motivated workforce.
Ongoing training is an important component of a strategic approach to maintenance, and constantly improving employee and process performance consistently translates into increased job productivity, lower turnover and increased employee morale and ultimately, overall plant profitability.
On-site training can work in a typical classroom environment or one-on-one on the plant floor. Certain factors will dictate whether classroom or on-the-job training is best, such as the number of students, current skill levels, and desired skill levels.