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training of part-time staff


I am looking at how training and development can be delivered to those who work reduced hours. In the light of flexible working arrangements I would like some ideas of how training can be adapted to provide equal opportunities to all staff irrespective of their working patterns.
Maxine Charlesworth

2 Responses

  1. Training of part-time staff
    Do all your staff have access to the internet or your company intranet? If so, e-learning (or a mix of classroom and online training – blended solution) would probably be the most effective delivery method. All staff (full-time and part-time) could participate in the same training; an online community would allow participants to interact with each other and the trainer. Have a look at custom designed e-learning delivered by DotWorld:

  2. Flexible learning
    Have you thought of using easy to read study units. There is a range of titles and the study units are cheap, interactive, simple to use and very effective. No hardware required and can be used wherever the employee wants.
    Let me know if you need more information. I can let you have title and see a sample copy.
    Best wishes
    Damien O’Leary [email protected]


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