Assessing the benefits of in-house training | ALC Training News

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Whenever a business decides to adopt a new framework, regardless of whether it's related to IT security or project management, there's a need to enrol employees in the appropriate training courses.

For many companies this can be a significant deterrent, as it means transporting staff to a central city location and possibly even sorting out accommodation. While this can be fine for smaller groups, it's impractical in most cases.

That's where in-house training is most useful, given the range of options and flexibility.

Who provides in-house training?

When sourcing a provider to actually handle the in-house courses, ALC Training is one of the most capable in Australia. They're able to provide training in a number of renowned frameworks and courses such as ITIL, COBIT5 and PRINCE2.

A look at the benefits

In-house training is a straightforward undertaking, but it's always useful to understand the benefits offered. Below is an outline of the ALC Training in-house process benefits.

  • Cost – Utilising an in-house solution is cost-effective, as it means staff no longer need to be transported to another part of the city or country.
  • Scalable – Groups as small as four can take part in an in-house course, depending on the requirements of the business.
  • Timing – Nailing down a time that suits everyone is often difficult, and that's where in-house training is again beneficial. Whether the evening or the weekend, ALC Training is flexible enough to work around your staff needs.
  • Location – While fixed courses are tied to cities in-house training can be delivered anywhere in the world.

Effective frameworks and methodologies can overhaul how businesses function, and bring a new level efficiency to many areas of a company.

Contact ALC today to find out more about these frameworks, and how an in-house course can be easily set up wherever required.

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