Required Learning: When Training Is Life-Saving

Training can be really fun. We get to talk about topics that enrich people’s jobs and lives, such as customer experience training that improves the flow of business and soft skills training that enhances human interactions. These subjects allow us to be creative and even a bit playful in discussing the value of corporate learning – swifter salespeople, savvier service agents, extra powerful partners, more mindful marketers, etc.

But for some organizations, training takes on a different tone and carries a much more burdensome weight. For these organizations, training means the difference between employee health and injury, or worse, between life and death.

In industries from manufacturing to airline to government, safety training sits at the core of the learning culture. For these organizations, training isn’t primarily about honing intellectual skill sets and broadening understanding of products, services, or company culture; it’s about protecting the physical health and safety of workers via carefully constructed courses and learning paths that instill proper process and procedure.

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