A lot of organizations use the Train-The-Trainer (TTT) format for cascading knowledge modules to wider internal audiences. But are they effective? Do employees take these training programs seriously?
Yes, it is cost effective to have in-house trainers. However, it all depends on who is picked as in-house trainer. Someone who is respected within the company and has proven skills in what he is teaching is always a good bet. However, it is tricky for HR to pick up the most ideal leader as the trainer. Sometimes, people are also chosen to give training just because they are on a particular position or title.
It is better to have internal trainers for training programs. Employees tend to hear more to internal stakeholders since they understand the situation. But yes, choosing the correct trainer is the most difficult thing to do.
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