In-house training with actual “flesh and blood” presence is notoriously inefficient. For decades, we have tried to find ways to streamline this process and decrease operating expenditures. By removing the entire “flesh and blood” aspect of training sessions, we can effectively eliminate a majority of these inefficiencies.
For one, trainers don’t need to give the same session over and over again to new trainees, and trainees no longer need to be present for the entirety of the session at once. Instead, a one-time Zoom Webinars
can be recorded as an MP4 with a click of a button and posted to the company intranet. Trainees can view at their own leisure and rewind when they want to hear an important point again.
Saved training sessions can be especially useful for re-training veteran employees who may need a refresher. Have your sessions available and, once every year or so, encourage veterans to watch them again to find out if they are missing out on something that could make them better at their jobs.
Since recording can be less than ideal for highly complex matters as you cannot anticipate the questions of everyone who attends a training session, the ideal training session is often, in fact, live. Host a weekly training webinar at a set time, one that can be joined from any place and any device. Zoom’s webinars can be attended via your trainee’s device running Mac, PC, Linux, iOS, Android, or Blackberry, making it possible for attendees to join from anywhere.
Recorded or live, the cost of flying or driving your employees to the training site, which can be thousands of miles away, is nullified with Zoom Webinars.