Why Employee Training is a Key to Improving Quality

[fa icon="calendar"] Wed, Sep 16, 2015 / by Emily Ysaguirre

Why Employee Training is a Key to Improving Quality

In order for an organization to achieve quality and compliance, they must have superior employees. People are the foundation of any successful business operation—therefore, the overall success of a business directly relates to its employees and their training.

Regardless of industry, a Training Management System is a necessity. Knowledgeable employees do not just come with the organization; they are created through many initiatives and most importantly, through effective training. It is the organizations responsibility to make sure that they provide their employees with the tools that are required to keep them up to date on new and every day changing policies and procedures. This is able to ensure that they remain educated and cognizant.

With help from an automated Employee Training System, organizations have the ability to keep employees as highly trained as possible so that they can perform their duties to the best of their knowledge.

An automated Training Management System will allow organizations to:

  • Manage and track training events within the organizationhttps://www.etq.com/verse-solutions/
  • Link documents to training requirements
  • Enable administrators to test employees on any new events or processes

Here’s how:

It helps to keep you organized: The Training Management System enhances the visibility of employee data. It is able to store all data and information, including employee profiles, in one location. This way, they can be accessed or updated at any time all while eliminating the possibility of duplicate entries.

It helps to keep you ahead: As the system is intuitive, it can be set up to lessen the burden on actual employees and can route training automatically instead. This means it can automatically schedule out and send notifications to employees who are required to complete a specific training beforehand. The system also allows the grouping of employees by department, function and facility, which sets the standard for how employee data should be managed in an organization with many employees. 

It provides test recording: A proper Training Management System should have a means of delivering tests and monitoring results through test recording. Test recording allows the administrator to oversee the results of their training efforts to ensure that the process had been effective. Training management that incorporates testing provides an extra level of assurance that employees have received proper training and then demonstrated proficiency in their qualification process.

It integrates with adverse events:  Any organization will experience adverse events or at least the threat of one at some point. When this happens and the organization is equipped with a Training Management System, the business has the ability to set up an investigation and link it to their training system. This allows the training record to be accessed to tell if the training was completed, effective or if more training is required.

An automated Training Management System allows organizations to set up training activities and manage events as they directly correlate to the organizations current requirements and the changes that may need to be made in those requirements. It is able to not only help an organization set a team up for quality training, but it is also able to distribute automatic tests and then update the scores easily.

Employee Training systems will increase visibility into all areas of training and provide assurance that all employees are as highly trained as possible and are kept knowledgeable toward their job responsibilities.

Overall, it makes achieving quality and compliance intuitive, automatic and easy. 

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Topics: Employee Training Software

Emily Ysaguirre

Written by Emily Ysaguirre

Emily Ysaguirre is the Content Marketing Coordinator at EtQ, Inc.

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