Develop, Retain and Manage your Workforce Talent
Training should be ongoing if your organisation is to maintain its strength. It’s essential to analyse skill gaps in your workforce to ensure that employees are adequately trained to carry out their jobs.
CIPHR Training enables you to identify and access training requirements, as well as identify expertise and knowledge already present in your workforce. CIPHR Training can also track and store training records for each activity undertaken.
Training Co-ordination & Cost Analysis
- Identify and analyse employees’ skills
- Ensure your workforce is adequately trained
- Evaluate and monitor staff training
- Manage your training budget more efficiently
CIPHR Training allows you to budget and manage training costs and expenses by recording them against each training activity. This means they are monitored against cost centres, courses and delegates.
Post-training critiques can be collected and analysed and the impact of the training can be monitored to help you plan for future training events.
A graphical training planner provides an overview of all training scheduled and enables you to see which courses are over-subscribed (or short on numbers). Comprehensive reporting means you can monitor where your training budget is being spent and helps you to identify where you have gaps in training/skills within your workforce.
Automating the Process
It would be unusual to run a training activity that did not have supporting actions to be carried out, such as sending joining instructions, booking resources and updating qualifications. CIPHR Training can take care of these actions for you. “Things to do” are associated with each training activity and actioned automatically ensuring that nothing is overlooked.
The result is less paperwork, fewer errors and a more streamlined and efficient approach to training management.
Online Bookings and Evaluation
Team CIPHR Training with CIPHR Net and your course bookings can be published and managed online, enabling employees and line managers to apply for and record feedback on training activities.
A Helping Hand
Every HR department has procedures that need to be followed, such as creating new training activities or scheduling a report. The Process Assistant details those procedures as a series of steps that guide users through the necessary actions. It also creates a check list for each action completed.