By investing in national qualifications training, you can raise productivity and staff morale, strengthening the core capabilities of your business and enabling you to emerge from the recession as a stronger and more efficient organisation.
In recent times it seems more and more electronic security companies have been recognising the value of training to the national standard and doing it. "Businesses have learnt that we live in a global marketplace, and that their employees know that too. Increased job portability means investment in staff development is crucial to employee retention and loyalty," says ETITO Training Manager Paul Craven.
The secret to training success is finding the best fit for each individual within the organisation, and the flexibility of the national qualifications training system makes this easy. "Some people haven't trained for lengthy periods and it can be a daunting prospect for them, others have trained overseas so we can help them get Recognition of Prior Learning and assist them in fast tracking their New Zealand qualification," says Paul, who believes that by catering to the individual you can be sure that training to the national standard is achievable and effective.
It seems smart businesses know that a recession can be an opportunity if the right action is taken. "Businesses can look to utilise the quiet time and assist their staff to train so that they have a solid, skilled, nationally qualified workforce in preparation for the next boom time," says Paul. "The actions you take now will have an enormous impact on the ability of your business to react when the economy recovers - as it inevitably will."
To find out more about training electronic security professionals to the national standard, contact your ETITO regional training manager.
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