Corporate training: how training can lead to success

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Company training is an institution regulated by Italian Law 338 of 2000, according to which companies can apply to INPS for a reimbursement of 0.30% equal to the contributions paid for each individual employee.

The reimbursement is part of the interprofessional funds, also known as “company training plans” or “individual training plans”, whose objective is to improve the skills of resources.

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Corporate training: what it is

Corporate training means investing in people in order to improve work performance and achieve growth. Training is aimed at employees and managers and is meant to give them the right motivation to perform their tasks at their best.

The main instrument of corporate training is training courses. Knowing how to organise courses and choosing the right platform to deliver them is half the battle.

VITECO, an ISO 9001:2015 and ISO/IEC 27001:2017 certified company, for example, designs and develops e-learning platforms through which deliver courses of various kinds.

Benefits of corporate training

The “valorisation” of human capital leads to innumerable benefits:

How to realise a corporate training

Conducting corporate training is not so complicated. For example, if you are an entrepreneur and would like to train new resources, you might consider internships and apprenticeship contracts. The first differ from the second in that they welcome young people up to 29 years of age to whom, afterwards, a certificate of training is issued; the second, on the other hand, are aimed at professionals who need to acquire certain qualifications in order to be able to operate “more actively” within the market. In both cases, these are contractual forms aimed at obtaining new skills.

The training plan

The next step concerns the creation of a training programme; this is used to understand in which areas of the company’s organisational chart personnel need to be trained. It starts with an analysis of the company and its employees’ performance, and then continues with the identification of medium- and long-term objectives.

In short terms, a good training programme needs that:

Corporate training delivery modes

Corporate training is provided in the form of:

Let’s find out about them one by one.

Continuous training

Continuous training refers to a type of training that continues throughout one’s career. In order to implement it, it is necessary for managers to choose to sacrifice a small part of the time dedicated to the production of products/services in favour of time dedicated to training. A strategy that only pays off in the medium-long term.

Facilitated training

We said in the incipit that Italian Law 338 of 2000 allows companies to request a reimbursement from INPS of 0.30% equal to the contributions paid for each individual employee. This is, to all intents and purposes, a case of facilitated training, i.e. a specific “bonus” designed precisely to help public and private employees in their professional development.

Training beyond working hours

It is not the most common form and is most often applied where it is not mandatory. If it is, however, the CEO must provide a “rebalancing” plan for any inconvenience caused.

What VITECO can do for you

As is well known, learning never stops, especially if it comes to the management of a company. This is why SMEs should choose VITECO for the delivery of their online courses.

VITECO, part of the JO Group cluster of companies, develops FAD platforms that are characterised by:

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