|By Marketwired .||
|July 14, 2014 11:48 AM EDT||
SARASOTA, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 07/14/14 -- Training For Excellence, a Florida based training provider announced that the company has launched a brand new website along with the introduction of their latest training program, "How To Provide On-The-Job Training and Coaching." This workshop is geared toward field supervisors and senior employees who are assigned the task of training, coaching and mentoring other employees within their organization. The new company website, WeHelpTrainers.com, has an entirely new look and feel and more closely reflects the learning experience of participants who attend Training For Excellence (T4E) workshops.
"We are very happy about our new website and logo, both of which truly capture the essence of what our company is all about," said Donna Garnvik, V.P. and owner of Training For Excellence. Visitors to the new company website will get an immediate sense of the dynamic classes and learning topics offered by Training For Excellence including a brain-based, learner-centered, multisensory approach to training. The new website also highlights how Accelerated Learning and participant-centered instructional methods are incorporated into their main programs: On-site Train the Trainer Courses, Public Train the Trainer Courses and On-The-Job Training & Coaching Course.
In commenting on the introduction of the new workshop Garnvik explained, "We've been working very hard to put all the pieces together for our newly developed On-The-Job Training and Coaching workshop. It was initially a response to a need in the oil & gas industry, but the program is now ready to be offered to a wider variety of companies across other industries. The fact that it was ready to go at the same time our new website was set to be launched was perfect timing for both us and our clients."
The T4E On-The-Job Training and Coaching workshop addresses training challenges faced by many managers, leaders, supervisors, and senior operators within the oil & gas sector. Escalating retirement rates among senior employees combined with a booming industry and a new talent force that needs to be trained, are causing project delays, salary inflation, declining competitive advantage, and workplace safety hazards. There's a need for properly trained supervisors and experienced specialists who can quickly and effectively instruct new and mid-career employees to speed up time-to-autonomy. In a nutshell, the T4E On-The-Job Training and Coaching workshop turns senior employees into effective trainers and coaches.
This new course is a 2 day workshop geared toward employees who conduct training and coaching within a company or organization. T4E also offers private, onsite courses as well as public courses.
About Training For Excellence and WeHelpTrainers.com: Training For Excellence (T4E) is an international training provider and a recognized and established leader in the field of learning and development. In addition to their train the trainer courses and workshops, the company also offers an effective presentation skills course, instructional design consulting, and PowerPoint design services.
Training For Excellence is a Florida based training provider and consultancy firm that conducts in-house and public workshops worldwide. T4Especializes in training and development of professional trainers, subject matter experts, and field coaches. The company uses innovative methods to make learning easy, fast, and effective. T4E uses a variety of up-to-date research-based methodologies and techniques that produce immediate results for their clients. The company's lead trainer is Donna Garnvik who has over 15 years of progressive experience in training, presentation skills, facilitation, and instructional design.
For more information about Training For Excellence, visit their website at WeHelpTrainers.com or call 800-697-9910.
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