In-house training (Need-based training) takes form of business training in cooperation with entrepreneur. Based on the corporation’s specific needs, IFRC will collaborate with the management team to design curriculum (Custom program), select time and venue of courses for staffs. This direct-training solution is becoming much more popular and largely trusted by organizations, agencies and companies thanks to the benefits that it brings: convenience, high efficiency, close to actual demand and cost saving.
The purpose of In-house training is to provide lectures, seminars with the contents that are designed and compiled at the request of the business. In-depth courses on products, financial markets will be taught by local and foreign experts with highly specialized academic knowledge combined with work experience in large financial institutions.
Advantages of the programme
- Our experts with teaching and working experience in the country and abroad
- High-quality programme is written based solely on business requirements, helping increase efficiency and professional expertise of the employees
- Cost effective as classes are held at the company office or an external location, thus travel costs are greatly reduced
- Flexible time that is consistent with the company’s schedule
- Privacy since employees are given the opportunities to talk and discuss openly and freely on issues that are close to their job requirements. This is really difficult to achieve in a public course
In-house training programme process
Step 1: Consult, Compose and Unify outline
- IFRC staffs and partners’ management team will work together on the content, orientation training to achieve the best results on training
Step 2: Plan and Write course materials
- Select location and timing
- IFRC compiles teaching materials and provides to participants. The curriculum will be designed in strict accordance with the requirements of the company and follow up with daily financial market changes.
Step 3: Implement training and Evaluate
- IFRC coordinates with the company to implement the training programme previously agreed on
- If company requires, IFRC will organize post-course training evaluation. The assessment comprises knowledge test based on the prepared materials, or evaluation is done on assigned essays and presentations. The main objective of the test is to encourage students to participate actively in the course and help them acquire the necessary knowledge the company requires.