Training | What We Do
The next time you board an airplane, ask one of the pilots how much training he/she completes each year. Chances are pretty good they undergo dozens of hours of training each year so they can keep their skills sharp and be prepared for any emergency.
Airlines invest millions of dollars training their employees.
How much do you invest in training yours?
Many decision makers see training as a cost. In reality, it is an investment.
Most business managers wouldn’t hire unqualified employees. Yet many are entirely comfortable employing under-qualified workers. Sometimes employees become under-qualified due to changing technology or the development of new methods. Other times, they received little to no training in their existing position - or to prepare them for a new position within the company.
It all comes down to time and money, and all of the excuses boil down to:
“We are too busy to learn something new right now.”
“We just don’t have the money to pay for training.”
We get it. Training employees costs time and money.
However, not training your employees also comes at a cost.
Let InspiRE help you evaluation options to create a highly-trained workforce that can:
An investment in your employees’ skill sets is an investment in your company.
When everyone gets better, everyone gets better.