Training and Development
Developing skills, ensuring compliance and safety, improving performance and supporting career journeys
Training: a must-have in today’s corporate world
As an organisation and an employer, training serves several important purposes and may be applied in various contexts.
- Skill development
You may wish to enhance an individual’s existing skills or enable them to acquire new ones
- Compliance and safety
In certain industries, training ensures compliance with regulations, adherence to safety protocols and the meeting of appropriate standards
- Performance improvement
Training can assist individuals in performing better and becoming more productive
- Career journeys
Training is also a critical part of an employee’s career development and advancement. With training, new job opportunities will open up, as well as their earning potential.
The Wurth HR Difference
We specialise in creating comprehensive and compliant HR frameworks for businesses primed for growth. As a result, we offer expert advice and support across a full range of HR matters including compliance with Fair Work legislation, performance management, employment contracts, hiring, engagement and retention, workplace harassment management, startup support and more.
As an extension of this support, we also offer training and development programs. These programs enable organisations to train their staff on addressing and managing these issues appropriately.
All programs can be customised and are developed specifically for in-house training.
Half-day and full-day workshops
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