Why Your Company Should Partner with EduMind for Corporate Training Opportunities

  • 14 September, 2021

Companies make investments in their employees for many reasons: to help develop their careers, to support them in staying updated on relevant information, and to encourage long-term retention. One of the best ways to help reduce employee turnover is to provide corporate training opportunities. Have you ever wondered if your company's investment in learning and development programs is paying off the way it should? The benefits of corporate training greatly exceed the costs:

  • Employees that participate in training opportunities experience increased performance, productivity, and morale- according to an article by Working Voices, "companies that invest in corporate training have 37% higher productivity than those that don't."1
  • Companies themselves will not only increase employee retention but also will have a stronger reputation when they offer training opportunities. In fact, companies "who invest in training and development are attractive to ambitious candidates who seek to improve their skills and progress within their field of work."2
  • Both employees and companies can reap the financial benefits of providing training opportunities: companies that invest in training typically have "21% higher income per employee,"3 a mutual benefit.
Partner with Edumind for Corporate Training Oppurtunities

But heed our warning-not all corporate training is the same. You don't want your employees to forget everything they learned in their training course within weeks or even days, which is why you will want to be sure to pick a corporate training provider, like EduMind, with tried and tested teaching techniques.

Studies have indicated that certain learning strategies, including retrieval-based memory tests, increase knowledge retention.

Our courses have been designed with assistance from subject matter experts that specialize in their respective fields, are delivered in multiple methods like Live Online and Ondemand to better fit your employees' schedules, and incorporate retrieval-based learning tools, such as our Question Bank.

Today, we are going to review some of the pain points companies experience when seeking corporate training opportunities and note the key features of EduMind's courses that make their exam review courses a perfect fit for companies wanting to take advantage of the benefits of offering these resources With over 11,000 companies served since their start in 2004, EduMind has helped thousands of individuals pass their exams and earn professional licensure or certification, to the benefit of both employer and employee. Let's dive in.

One of the biggest problems with most study strategies these days is that individuals only study the topics they absolutely need to, take their quiz or test, and then move on to the next set of topics- forgetting the first set of topics in the process. In an article by the Harvard Business Review, author Steve Glaveski notes that we commonly forget what we've learned in a phenomenon called The Forgetting Curve4 -that if new information isn't applied, "we'll forget about 75% of it after just six days."5 Companies" don't want to spend money on training for naught, which is why they partner with training providers such as EduMind whose courses provide effective solutions to these training barriers.

Another component to look for in a corporate training partner is innovative technology. With EduMind, employees will have access to a Personalized Study Plan, which serves as a study coach to help students stay on track with their learning goals and schedules. According to a goFLUENT article, employees want to be "self-paced and self-directed"6 in their learning, and EduMind's corporate training courses help deliver consistent and concise training that employees can access at their convenience with our Ondemand courses. We provide a combination of comprehensive video lectures and instructor-compiled lecture notes to give employees the materials they need to succeed! Your employees can request tutoring, contact our 24/7 technical support team in the rare case of a technical problem, or message our Student Success team at any time with questions about their course. They can log in to their Study Hub and access flashcards, practice quizzes and tests, and even submit questions to their instructors! These resources have all been hand-selected to support student success.

If you're seeking a solution for your corporate training woes within project management (PMP®, CAPM® or PMI-ACP®), or architecture (ARE® 5.0), look no further than EduMind's exam review courses. Your company will reap the benefits of providing corporate training, including boosting employee productivity and morale, increasing profits, and improving your reputation. We have created training programs for thousands of corporations and are looking forward to partnering with you next! Contact us at 614-610-1200 or email us at info@edumind.com to learn more about how we can help you take your business to the next level.

References

1 Mallee, Natalie. "The Importance of Corporate Training for Business." Working Voices, September 18, 2018. https://www.workingvoices.com/insights/the-importance-of-corporate-training-for-business/.

2 "The Importance of Corporate Training for Business."

3 "The Importance of Corporate Training for Business."

4 Glaveski, Steve. "Where Companies Go Wrong with Learning and Development." Harvard Business Review, October 2, 2019. https://hbr.org/2019/10/where-companies-go-wrong-with-learning-and-development.

5 "Where Companies Go Wrong with Learning and Development."

6 De Vera, Tristan. "Top 5 Corporate Training Challenges to Overcome in 2020." goFLUENT Blog, December 5, 2019. https://www.gofluent.com/blog/corporate-training-challenges-2020/.
About the Author: Martha Hunsucker

Martha Hunsucker is a content writer for EduMind. She received her BA in English from Stetson University and has experience marketing, copywriting, editing, and blogging. In her spare time, she enjoys reading books by Jon Krakauer (her current favorite author), hiking with her two dogs, and sleeping in on weekends.

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