Benefits of Onsite Training

5 Major Benefits of Onsite Training

5 Benefits of onsite training

Onsite training offers the perfect balance between flexibility and cost-effectiveness for training your team.

In this post, I delve into the 5 major reasons why onsite training can work for your business.

Read on to find out more.

Benefits of Onsite Training

1 – Flexibility

The biggest benefit of onsite training.

You get a choice of dates and times to suit you including Saturdays and evenings.

And, with Livius, you can split your course over a couple of sessions, so you don’t have to lose staff for a day.

Picking onsite training means you get the training you need at a times convenient for you

Group fire safety training

2 – Adaptable courses

When a trainer comes to your site to deliver any sort of training, you’ll be the only company on the course.

And, you’ll be training in the environment your teamwork in on a day-to-day basis.

Therefore, each course is adapted to the risks faced in your environment; the individuals in your team; the tasks being conducted and any common problems.

The result?

A well-trained workforce who have the knowledge to work safely in their environment

3 – Safer working practices

Following on from the previous point…

Receiving practical, simple to follow advice relevant to your situation makes employees safer at work

So, you’ll see a boost in productivity and a reduction in days off through illness and injury.

A win-win for you and your team.

Manual Handling Training HSE
The Health and Safety Executive have been urging businesses to purchase tailored courses which take into account your workplace’s risks and hazards. Read more here.

4 – Open Health and Safety Discussions

As a manager, it can be hard to spot every single hazard in a working environment.

So, talking to your team is greatly advised.

But, without training, they maybe unsure about the risks they currently face.

Group training gives both employees and managers the chance to think and reflect on issues faced in their everyday working environment.

Which they can discuss with the trainer before taking a solution back into their day-to-day activities.

In the end: Open streams of communication will lead to safer working environments.

5 – Cost-effective team training

Cost-effective training

All these benefits must come at a cost, no? More so than sending staff on open courses?

Not necessarily.

In fact, it can work out cheaper for larger groups.

Over a certain number, you’ll start seeing the savings.

And, for smaller teams? Well, the added flexibility might be worth the slight increase in cost.

Conclusion

When looking to train team it is important to consider onsite training as an option.

We have discussed the 5 major benefits of onsite training, from greater flexibility to cost-savings for large teams.

So, next time you need your team training, choose onsite training.

What have your experiences been with onsite training? Let us know in the comments.

For a personalised quote, fill in our form on our onsite training page. Alternatively, pick up the phone and call us on 0143 396780

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