How to create Training Sessions
Learn how to create training sessions
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Written by Vânia Lourenço
Updated over a week ago

Training sessions are very important for the success of any company. They reduce error and you’re able to see your employees thrive, and watch your business grow.

An employee training session is a plan to develop employee skills or knowledge as part of their overall development – whether that's in their existing role or as part of a plan to move to a more advanced or different role in your company.

This article shares practical tips on how to build employee training sessions to develop your employees’ skills and improve their performance.

Training sessions are directly connected to skills in Prodsmart, therefore the first step is to create skills, for that check this article.

How to create the Training Session

1. Go to the Workers tab, select Training sessions and ‘+ADD TRAINING SESSION’

2. Fill the required fields with the ‘Code’ and ‘Dates’ of the Training session that you want to create.

3. Select a Supervisor to manage the training (this role can approve or cancel a training) and the workers that need to be trained.

4. Fill the Operation #1, which is the Skill for the training session. Several operations can be added in this option.

Duration is the time needed for the Training session to be considered completed.

After the creation of the Training session, two more options will be available:

‘Approvals’ and ‘Generate Report’

Important Notes:

- Is possible to add a Checklist to the skill but, this information will appear only for the supervisor in the tablet view before approving the Training session.

- If you select Product and Operation when creating the Operation #n the system will filter the available skills. However, if you only select Operation it will show all the skills available for that operation.

If after reading this article you still have some doubts, feel free to reach out to us through our Live-chat feature, or directly to your CSM.

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