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Improving training is a key focus of our organization. Our CEO was a U.S. Naval Instructor and Master Training Specialist in U.S. Naval Intelligence. The lessons learned as an instructor helped shape how JADEX delivers technology solutions. We use the same objective-based training methodologies employed by the U.S. Navy to reinforce key aspects of security, compliance, and Microsoft systems implementation.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How do I improve training?
The most crucial improvement an organization can accomplish is to make training a priority. You may ingrain training into your culture by prioritizing it monetarily, holding weekly trainings across all teams or departments, and documenting everything.
What is cross training?
Cross training is a method of improving training where employees are trained in cross-functional skills or knowledge related to the individual’s expertise. This enables multiple associates to share and gain information, better understand processes, and view the organization in a more holistic way.
How do I encourage training participation?
There are multiple ways to encourage training participation including providing incentives like meals during a lunch-and-learn, raffling items at training events, supplying gift cards for contributors, or even rewarding coupons for time-off.
What is a train-the-trainer program?
A train-the-trainer program involves identifying individuals within Teams and departments that have an aptitude and willingness to train their peers. A trainer then focuses on imparting expertise to ensure new trainers can share their acquired knowledge.
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