Human Resources Training Courses Directory
The Benefits of Human Resources Training
Human resources training courses can help those formally charged with talent management responsibilities and others learn new information and best practices for managing the people function in an organization.
Whether it’s establishing a comprehensive interviewing process, providing compliance courses, or determining a people strategy, targeted workshops can make a difference.
About Our Human Resources Training Programs
Recruiting, interviewing skills, harassment prevention, performance management, and orientation programs are a few of the topics with which we can help organizations train their employees.
Our approach is interactive, engaging, and hands on. We will work with you to understand your goals and objectives, tailor our approach, and deliver a program that hits the mark.
Our Workshop Facilitators
Our workshop facilitators have established human resources departments, set up corporate universities, and designed a range of talent development and compliance training solutions. They are comfortable with both one-day programs and large projects.
Human Resources Course Overviews
Whether you need a harassment prevention course for your managers, help creating an orientation program, or a workshop on effective interviewing, we can make it happen and look forward to hearing from you.
To review our existing course library, review the descriptions found on this page or click on the workshop links.
For additional human resources courses, please see our online human resources courses.
If you can’t find what you are looking for or if you want to talk about a custom solution, please contact us. We look forward to hearing from you and learning more.
- H – Half-Day Onsite Training Course
- F – Full-Day Onsite Training Course
- M – Multi-Day Onsite Training Course
Avoid costly interviewing mistakes and teach your team how to identify top talent during this practical course designed to improve interviewing skills. During this program, participants will discuss the steps they should take before seeking candidates, identify best practices for keeping the process running smoothly, understand the questions they should and should not ask, practice techniques for getting to the truth, and explore best practices for checking references.
While technology has changed how most organizations recruit new employees, the candidates’ wants and needs have also altered the process. This interactive workshop addresses tactics for recruiting younger Millennials and the digital natives who make up Generation Z. During this program, we’ll discuss what matters to these groups and what successful organizations have done to attract and retain young talent.
A good onboarding and orientation program can mean the difference between an engaged employee and someone who has checked out less than 60 days into the job. This course tackles the ins and outs of creating an effective onboarding program. During this workshop, we’ll define goals, establish processes, and develop templates to promote the successful launch of new employees.
A good performance management system that has the full support of management and an organization’s employees can mean the difference between ho-hum performance or whistling a happy tune. This workshop examines the elements that comprise an effective performance management system and provides a basic roadmap for building a process that correlates employees’ work with the organization’s strategic and tactical goals. The program also lays out a procedure for developing an enterprise-wide competency model, identifying essential roles and competencies needed in those roles, managing organizational changes, identifying essential formal and informal management activities, and considering interviewing and succession planning as part of performance management.
Sexual harassment awareness training is not a “nice to have” but a “need to have.” Although in many states, the training is required by law, regardless of mandates, all employers and their staffs benefit from a workplace free of unwelcome advances. This interactive workshop is suited for all employees and is designed to be more than a “fact dump” or simple compliance training. As a result of the course, participants should understand the value of a no-tolerance approach to sexual harassment and how their behavior directly impacts the culture in which they work.
This sexual harassment prevention course is designed for managers, supervisors, and others with direct reports. In addition to covering federal and state laws governing employer obligations, this course examines the relationship between organizational culture and employee behavior and the risk factors that can increase or decrease an organization’s exposure. The program also reviews the organization’s policy and reporting and investigation procedures.
Onsite Training Course Reminders
Our instructor-led training courses are available to private groups. These workshops are not offered in a public seminar format. Please contact us to speak with a facilitator about your needs and bringing training to your organization.
We offer training in the following US states: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.
We also travel to Africa, Australia and New Zealand, Asia, Canada, Central America, Continental Europe, the Middle East, and the United Kingdom.
Please contact us about your location.