In-House Training Courses
Choose from a selection of in-house courses, all tailored to meet your employees needs
Choose from our list of in-house training courses below, all tailored to fit employees needs.
Our trainers don’t just train, we ensure you have the skills needed to continually achieve your goals.
Management Training Courses
Whether you’re a supervisor, senior leader or line manger,
our management courses will inspire new levels of
performance and instill management best practices.
Learn effective communication skills and develop
essential verbal and written communication skills.
Change Management Courses
Effectively motivate and ease people into adjusting to organisational change, by performing as a transformation manager.
Sales Training Courses
Whether your team is needing to make more appointments, ask better questions or manage
key accounts, Axio Development has the right
in-house sales training course for you.
Customer Service Courses
Help your business make the right impression and build rapport by delivering exceptional customer service to your customers/clients.
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Questions About In-House Training
Most frequent questions and answers
What is the meaning of "in-house training"?
In-house training refers to training employees/staff members work-related skills and passing on knowledge internally (within the business) The training can either be conducted by members of staff at the business or by external trainers brought into the organisation.
In-house training does not need to take place within the confines of the business’ premises, and can take place in training centres, schools/classrooms and conference centres.
What is an in-house training program?
An in-house training program is a training plan that incorporates your staff members gaining new skills and knowledge from either: other staff members or external trainers that come to you.
An effective in-house training program allows your business to run more efficiently, boost productivity and increase employee morale and retention.
Click here to learn more about how to structure your in house training program.
What are the advantages of in-house training?
With anything in life, there are advantages and disadvantages to what is the best option. Here are the top advantages of in-house training:
- Training Cost: Training costs are dramatically reduced as: staff do not need to travel to a venue and the cost per delegate is typically less than sending people to external facilities.
- Tailored Training: Conducting a single business, allows the trainer to align the training with the staff and business’ goals – resulting in tailored training.
- Convenience: As the training is tailored to the business, the business can allocate appropriate time, money and resource to ensure every staff member can attend.
- Team Building: Having a room filled with staff members from different departments encourages team work, understanding and awareness of each other’s role.
- Staff Specific: Pairing with the tailored training, the trainer can provide laser focused material for specific staff members and their roles/goals.
In-house training vs External training
Both in-house training and external training have their advantages and disadvantages.
To make the decision on whether to choose in-house training over external training, and vice versa, you need to evaluate your business. When evaluating your business, you need to take into account:
- Number of staff
- Expertise and experience
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Our Training Services
We work collaboratively with you to deliver benefits that support your business and your employees.
We provide world class in-house training so you achieve breakthrough goals and continual growth.
We provide in-house training throughout the UK, having trained people in London, Manchester, Dewsbury,
Birmingham and Newcastle.
All our in-house training courses and programs are tailored to suit your budget, location and staff.
With over 25+ years experience as trainers, your staff are in good hands to develop their skills.
We provide you and your business with the resources needed to build your knowledge and skill-sets.
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In House Training Program
How to prepare for an
in-house training program
“The only thing worse than training your employees and having them leave, is not training them and having them leave”.
In-house training provides an avenue for businesses to grow, through successful training or their employees.
But, where do you begin when you want to start training your employees?
How do you design a successful, effective training program?
We’ve outlined 5 effective tips to implement when you start to create an in-house training program for your employees.
Allocate appropriate time for your employees to complete their day-to-day tasks and also take part in the training.
Once you know how much time your employees/business has available, you’ll be able to accommodate for training.
Consider short, high-intensity, in-house training when time is limited.
Do I have an appropriate budget to train all your staff?
What staff numbers are needed?
What material/s do I need to provide to staff and trainers?
Reviewing the resources you need before running in-house training ensures a smooth training day for the business and your employees.
How many people will/need to attend a training session?
Do the training numbers need to be split over a series of days?
Take into account whether you need to conduct multiple training sessions. This will ensure you can accommodate for larger numbers.
You have time, budget and the numbers for in-house training. Now you need a place for training.
Find a premises that accomodates for:
- Accessibility for your employees
- Restrictions on the type of activities that can be delivered
- The learning environment your employees are comfortable in
- Fit within your budget
Consult with the trainer/s that will delivering the training to your employees.
Explaining the training structure to experienced traininers can provide insight to how the trainer will deliver the session and ensure learning outcomes are achieved.