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Your organisation has recognised the importance of training and investing in your staff’s continuous upskilling. Here are some ways to ensure your staff remain motivated and successful in their training journey.

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18 July 2019

Top Tip 10: Offer paid study time

From our most recent employer survey, we know that lack of time is the number one most common bar...
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26 June 2019

Top Tip 9: Take time to introduce the training ...

When you enroll staff in a Careerforce training programme, we recommend that you take time to do ...
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23 May 2019

Top Tip 8: Coaching your staff to unlock their ...

Through coaching, managers identify staff seeking advancement, learning opportunities or wanting ...
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16 April 2019

Top Tip 7 – Setting up a Buddy or Mentoring System

“Mentoring systems can help to get learners started, get them on track and keep them on track.” s...
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18 March 2019

Top Tip 6: Set up a training plan

It’s important to spend time setting up a training plan before training begins. Regular review is...
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11 February 2019

Top Tip 5: Get early runs on the board – some t...

In our recent employer survey, our employers have highlighted that perhaps the most significant b...
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21 January 2019

Top Tip 4: Start study groups

This could be the year to focus on collaboration in your organisation, or even across organisatio...
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13 December 2018

Top Tip 3: Celebrating Success

Has one of your staff completed a unit standard or module? Have they had a breakthrough or light ...
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19 November 2018

Top Tip 2: Apply the REAL model

Careerforce Learning Engagement Advisor, Laloifi Ripley explains the REAL model. REAL is the Care...
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24 October 2018

Top Tip 1: The importance of goal setting in tr...

In this article we share the importance of setting training goals that are achievable and realist...