The Trend of Corporate Training
The need for corporate training
Time has seen the corporate training evolving as a massive trend in the industry. Both the candidates and recruiters are seeing these training as a bridge to gap the difference in their requirements and abilities. The companies or recruiter want a candidate pool which is prepared both mentally and technically to work on any challenging assignment while the candidates want some real time experience and tasks to put their hands upon and horn their skills. This serves as the perfect foundation for the wave of corporate training. But what are the other aspects that have to be focused upon by the institutes to turn a raw talent into a professional?
The current trend- “Information technology (IT) is not all about development”
Aligning the business goals with the skill set of the candidate
Industrial training should not be about teaching development or designed for IT person, rather there is a bigger picture. The goals and milestones of the business or the company. An employee should take these goals as his ultimate targets, he should work with a vision of adding value to a company, not a single project. Candidates need to change their mindset and need to ask themselves a simple set of questions.
“What are the goals of the organization I am working for?”
“How can I contribute to those goals?”
“How can I have an impact on the business?”
If a candidate can develop this mindset, half of the job is done as the workforce has turned into visionaries and ambitious professionals.
Upsurge in soft skills requirement
Now, any business does not only need technical experts, for example, the programmers who could code anything or some wizards with numbers and finances. They surely are the biggest assets for any organization but only when they could express themselves or their idea. So, what a corporate training center or institute need is to focus on their soft skills so they could learn how to put their thoughts into a presentable sequence of words and turn it into an idea that could make a difference.
A professional should know how to work, behave ad collaborate in a team. Every department of an organization is connected, be it HR, R&D or sales, they work together to ensure that the business is seeing a profit. And they want the same approach from a new member too. They want him to see the business as a single unit and himself as a part of it. They want to have shared visions and goals. And the institute should try to encourage this very culture among the candidates they are training.
Problem solving and Decision making skills
Organizations want potential leaders, ones who can lead them out of freaky situations, turn the tables to grab success from the claws of failure. And to fit into that category of leader the candidates need to have excellent problem solving and decision-making skills so as the company can actually rely on them in tough situations. An institute needs to bring out this side of a candidate to turn him into the person that industry needs.
IIHT knows the importance of each and every point mentioned here, and this is why they have come up with specialized training courses and modules to help you find that “Corporate person” in yourself. Our training centers are more than just classrooms “They are the workspaces for professionals like you”.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]