Sending your staff to public courses may not be feasible, because of timing and the need to train a large number of staff at the same time. In-plant training is meant to help you solve challenges like these.

Our in-house training programmes are designed to fit the specific needs of our clients. Such trainings are usually developed in partnership with you, so that your expectations are met and possibly even exceeded, with the option of additional follow up training sessions, to ensure that learning has been fully applied into your business.

We always welcome the opportunity of working closely with our stakeholders, and in-plant training is one of those times when we can show stakeholders another level of skill and expertise in helping them to achieve individual, team and business objectives.


Enhanced Team Spirit: Our in-plant

Engagements also provide a chance to build team-spirit and help bring your staff together in a common learning environment. We will invariably bring your staff face-to-face with knowledgeable and experienced speakers, who are keen to impart knowledge to your staff, in an intellectually safe environment.

On request, we can also organize to take your delegates outside the country, especially for very senior executive and board sessions.

For ease of learning and from our experience, we usually recommend a minimum of 20 to a maximum of 30 people per in-house training session at junior to middle levels. You can invite colleagues from other locations and/or your clients. However, for more intensive courses especially at senior management to executive levels, we limit class size to 15.

To maximize the return on your training investments, we can also work with you to develop a comprehensive long-term training plan for your organisation. By doing so, we put you in touch with all of the required training resources, monitor the development of your employees and take a considerable burden of effort off your management team’s shoulders.

Whether large or small, your organization can benefit from this service. The following steps are involved:

  • 1. Audit of training needs – carried out through shop – floor observation, interviews with employees and management.
  • 2. Programme design – identifying types of training required and for which employees, timing and frequency, delivery methods, and evaluation mechanisms.
  • 3. Implementation – training carried out by Woodridge and Scott Consulting as required.
  • 4. Regular monitoring and review of employee skills development, review and modification of training plan, based upon results.
  • 5. Regular reports to management team on training results.

Saving Cost: cost per person is lower

Compared to sending staff to a public course. The in-plant training provides flexibility for you and your team, in selecting a date and location that suits you. Thus, enabling you to avoid peak times of activity in your business.

We endeavour to make all training courses as practical as possible, so that what your staff has learnt is applied into the business, whilst ensuring that the training is both interactive and engaging throughout.

Customised Training: Situation and cases

Peculiar to your organisation are also discussed in confidentiality and topics are tailored to your organisation’s needs. Because of the flexibility of in-plant programmes, there is enough room to accommodate special needs such as when and where you want your staff to be trained.

To see our detailed 2015 Training Guide