Preparing an Induction

Human Resources

Cosensa Learning & Development Ltd
Course Objectives:
Induction training is absolutely vital for new employees. Good induction training can ensure your new employees are retained and are able to settle in quickly and happily to a productive role. Induction training is as much about training in specific skills as it is about the basics seasoned employees take for granted: what the shifts are; where the notice-board is; what's the routine for holidays, sickness; what's the dress code etc. New employees need to quickly embrace the organisation's mission, goals and philosophy; personnel practices, health and safety rules, and of course the job they're required to do, with clear methods, timescales and expectations. This course is designed to help delegates design a suitable and efficient induction programme for their own working environment.
Contents:
This course covers:
Who needs an induction programme
Potential results of poor or ineffective induction programmes
The role of HR in employee induction
The basics of an induction programme
Physical orientation - describing where the facilities are
Organisational orientation - demonstrating how the new employee fits into the team
Health and safety information - a legal requirement
Effectively explaining your organisation terms and conditions
Detailing your organisation's history, products and services, culture and values
A clear outline of the job/ role requirements.
This is primarily ilt training
Course Level:basic through advanced
Duration:1 days
Training Presented in:English
Training Provided by Cosensa Learning & Development Ltd
Preparing an Induction
Who should attend:
This course is suitable for all department and/ or organisation managers and individuals employed in human resource fields.
Course benefits:
Upon successful completion of this course, delegates will benefit from understanding:
The importance of a good induction programme
The costs and pitfalls of poor induction programmes
The role the HR department has to play in induction programme
How to outline the basics of an induction programme
Universal orientation for the inductee
The legal requirements of an induction programme
How to detail and effectively communicate the organisations history, services, culture and values
How to clearly outline job requirements
Additional information:
Fewer 'chalk and talk' sessions and more multi-media presentationsare being introduced into organisations induction training. This is a move away from being purely about the practicalities of an organisation to discussing culture and values.
Certificates:
All delegates who successfully complete this course will receive a certificate of attendance.
Trainers background:
The trainer for this course has extensive experience in design and delivery of induction training. They have been successfully delivering training to both public and private sector organisations for over ten years and previously held a number of senior management positions in industry.
About The Training Provider: Cosensa Learning & Development Ltd
Cosensa Learning & Development Ltd - Cosensa Learning & Development deliver a wide variety of Management Development and health & Safety related training services to the public, private and third sectors throughout the UK and Ireland employing professional, vastly experienced trainers with formidable reputations in training and coaching. With offices in Scotland and Northern Ireland and over seventy Management Skills Specialist...
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