Structuring Your Formal OJT Program: Tips to Help You Build the Best Program Possible

On-the-job training has played a vital role in the workplace for a very long time. It remains one of the most common means of upskilling employees, retraining workers, and onboarding new hires. However, informal programs can only offer so much value.

Formal OJT programs deliver better value, replicability, and efficiency. However, to see those benefits, your program must be structured correctly. The wrong structure could mean failure to imbue the desired skills, time and cost overruns, and a loss of efficiency.

Unfortunately, many organizations lack an understanding of how to structure their formal OJT program correctly. This post will provide important tips to help ensure the optimum structure and that you can see the results you require.

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