It's no secret that training and improving employees' skill levels are critical to cultivating and maintaining a qualified workforce. But often those skills require hard, technical knowledge. How do you go about conducting this hard skills training and why is it so important?
Technical training, which is often called hard skills training, helps employees perform the unique aspects of specialized or skilled work and apply specific tools, equipment, and processes to that work. Technical, specialized work can be as simple as performing a rote procedure or as complex as developing software code. Hard skills training focuses on skill development and application of technical concepts, procedures, and processes.
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