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Bringing trainers to you can be more cost-effective than sending staff out.
At Lovetts we can advise businesses in the Hatfield area on many aspects of business life. Here are some suggestions for cost-effective staff training...
Employers these days are bombarded with invitations to send employees on external training courses for anything from standard office software to project management skills.
Although ongoing training is highly beneficial for your business and for staff members individually, often businesses find there are drawbacks to external courses:
One alternative is to bring the training in-house.
Experienced staff familiar with the software, for example, train those new to it. They devise courses specific to the needs of the trainees, and these courses are given in-house at times that suit all concerned.
If you think about it this makes perfect sense:
If you are in the Hatfield area and are looking for help and advice from a team of professional accountants and business advisers, contact Lovetts.
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