We understand that business these days must maximise productivity, multi-skill staff and most importantly minimise costs -e.g., Overtime. We therefore plan to use the “in your business” training model so as not to impact on your core business activities and keep training time to a minimum. We do not let this compromise on our delivery of service and quality outcome.
The “in your business” training delivery model is based on both direct one-on-one and small group (up to 6) training where the trainer works with each student and this means the student works at their own pace, and the student and your organisation gain the maximum benefit from the training. Regular One on One training and assessment visits will be performed.
- An individual Training Plan will be developed for each trainee. These plans will be signed by a supervisor and the trainee and will formalise the agreement for Torque Skills Group to organise the training.
- Torque Skills Group will provide a single contact for any matters relating to the agreement and the arrangement of the training programs.
- As Torque Skills Group has access to a range of training resources. We will provide further details of the allocated trainer/s for this training program once the scope is finalised and agreed.
- A detailed training program will be developed following our appointment of the provider of the nominated training services.
- Typically, our trainers will either visit face to face or train over Microsoft teams, once a month/bimonthly for an average of 2 hours per student / group. This is very flexible, if additional training sessions are required, we will arrange this.
- Expectation of hours spent by students on learning:
- On average 30 minutes per day as part of their normal working routine.
- Students will be asked for documentary evidence by our customer service team and by their trainer, this is to collect prior learning knowledge, existing qualifications and work experience which enables us to focus our efforts on the training and to minimise the impact on production or having to complete work at home.
- Activities may include but are not limited to, photographing, or videotaping certain projects or providing actual work activities, projects and work information they are completing e.g., a short video of you doing a pre-start check on a machine, photos of the steps you would take to select the right materials for a weld, a copy of a risk matrix, copies of contracts, customer correspondence, etc.