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Refresher course. Does your team need one?

A refresher course has become paramount in recent months. The pandemic has meant all businesses and employees have had to adapt, and adapt quickly.

Whilst we will all have our own experiences and difficult stories from this time, most of us will likely look back and be proud of how our colleagues and staff have coped with it all. Proactively working our way through unprecedented times.

Now that we are back to some sort of normality, you may feel standards have slipped. It’s quite understandable, especially for those that have been working from home for the last 12-18 months, and are now getting back into the routine of working in the office. Even for those that are still operating remotely, its inevitable productivity and standards will vary with staff working individually.

Because of this, there has never been a more opportune time for staff to start upskilling. Training your staff regularly is a requirement so why not maximise company time and costs with a refresher training course which helps;

  • get staff up to speed with important updates
  • encourage alternative ways to work which help efficiency and productivity
  • rebuild working standards
  • encourages collaboration and teamwork
  • plus much more

Lewis College provide a range of online courses suitable for refreshing your team, including IT and Administration training. All courses retrain core skills whilst also encouraging students to think about what they are learning and how this can be applied in the workplace.

View some of the refresher courses available below or email our Education Manager on simon@lewiscollege.co.uk or call 0800 500 3096 to find out more.

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  1. I think this is a great Idea. Refresher courses are a great way of keeping updated with software and to learn new skills. I am constantly referring back to information on a regular basis, especially when I haven’t used them in a while.

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