LEAN SIX SIGMA AWARENESSAwareness session provides fundamental Lean Six Sigma training for employees who will support improvement projects in order to boost company performance.
WHAT IS INDUCTION TRAINING
- Induction to the workplace incorporates orientation, personal introductions, understanding the job role, knowing where to find things, and understanding the values and polices of the employer.
ALL STAFF NEED APPORPRIATE INDUCTION
Arrangements should reflect the diverse needs of full-time, part-time, temporary and voluntary staff, and consider job role and setting, seniority, prior experience, and the level of contact with clients/customers.
Induction should generally be completed within three months, but time taken to complete an induction programme will depend on individual circumstances.
Companies allocate responsibility for induction in different ways. Some prefer a senior member of staff to assume responsibility for all new workers regardless of department; others expect the line manager to take day-to-day responsibility for induction.
Many other members of staff are involved in planning and delivering induction programmes – acting as mentors, buddies and specialists.
BENEFITS TO THE EMPLOYER
- Properly inducted staff are more effective in their job role
- Inducting all support staff (not just learning support staff) can encourage more effective and consistent relationships with co-workers and help raise standards of behaviour and attainment
- New workers receive the same positive, consistent messages about the company, its values and policies; this minimises misunderstandings and breaches of procedures and protocols
- Effective induction is correlated with high morale, as workers feel valued and supported
- Setting induction outcomes in advance and monitoring progress means induction is only completed when the outcomes are achieved; this means any shortfall in learning can be identified and addressed
- Companies can demonstrate that they have fulfilled their legal obligation to explain health and safety, safeguarding procedures and other government legislation
- Effective induction supports staff retention; the cost of induction is insignificant compared with the cost of recruiting and training replacement staff
BENEFITS TO THE EMPLOYEE
- Feeling welcomed and part of the team
- Feeling valued and informed
- Less apprehension and uncertainty
- A clear understanding of job performance expectations
- The opportunity to establish contacts and access support
- The opportunity and support to contribute as quickly as possible
TRAINING DETAILS AND FEES
- Induction trainings last 1-2 days (6 hours per day, excluding lunch time) depending on company's size, requirements and scope of business/operation
- Availability: Companies operating within the European Union, complying with European standards
EUR 100 per training hour and group
EUR 500 per training day and group
Contractual rates apply
Price including refreshment for trainees
Price excluding travel costs
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