Professional Training is a general term for all forms of learning after school and vocational training. Professional Training is any educational process that deepens or expands existing prior vocational training. It takes place in the form of organized learning. It is preceded by earlier phases of education and interim employment. It is part of the privately accessible German educational canon. Areas of continuing vocational training include induction, advanced training, retraining, acquiring an additional qualification, autodidactic and in-service training.
Better prepared for times of crisis.
Employees acquire certain advantages through Professional Training:
The daily professional challenges can be better mastered through appropriately acquired competencies.
Additional qualifications increase their chances in the labor market.
They are better equipped to deal with economic crises because better-qualified employees are more likely to be retained and are not so easily replaced.
They are better able to adapt to permanent changes.
Advantages for companies:
Professional Training brings know-how into the company,
promotes innovative strength,
performance and willingness as well as job satisfaction of the workforce.
This has a positive impact on productivity.
The external perception of the company can also be improved through Professional Training of employees.
The main difference between training and Professional Training is that continuing education relates to a specific requirement within the scope of current professional activities while continuing education serves to acquire additional qualifications.
Professional Training is also a means of combating the shortage of Skilled employees: If the labor market does not produce any or too few Skilled employees, companies should use their internal potential and turn selected employees into Skilled employees through specific training.
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