Target your training

Ongoing training in companies can sometimes be overlooked, especially where budgets are concerned. Yet, it can be vital to keep on top of new techniques and practices in your particular sector.

Be learning-ready

The speed at which people are trained in your company is a major key to success:

What happens when IT systems get upgraded, legislation changes or someone leaves and you need a replacement? Training your staff quickly so they are always on top of their game can mean the difference between you being on the cutting edge or your competitor.

When new employees join you, how long does it take to get them up to speed? The sooner they are, the sooner they can be productive.

Improve training efficiency

Find Job Skills can help you link several areas within your company: by cataloguing which training (your training team) relates to which set of skills (your product teams) used per job role (your human resources department). This is extremely helpful when looking to employ and onboard new staff.

With a private business account, the Human Resources department can create and update new or existing job roles and fill in the skills required for the position in partnership with teams concerned. The teams discuss skills needed with the trainer(s), who provide links to the training resources needed for onboarding once a person has been employed or ongoing training for everyone in the company.

The links, posted in the ‘Resources’ section of Find Job Skills, can point to your internal resources, as well as external.

Document spread

We are in the middle of the information age and most companies have a collection of different tools for storing documents and resources. In fact, many of us suffer from scattered resources and information overload and waste a lot of time searching for the right training or useful documents.

Most IT systems and training libraries provide a search function. However, not many systems categorise these resources by linking them to certain job roles. Find Job Skills does, and goes a step further by enabling individual users to filter resources to suit their own personal learning style.

Our system makes it possible for individuals to choose whether they prefer tutorials, podcasts or books, for example, to search for tutorials, podcasts or books that are relevant to their job and skill levels.

Group Study

Pass on the benefits

In the B2B world where businesses make products or provide services for other businesses, being the experts in your own products or services is all well and good, but not enough. Your customers need to be too, in order for them to get the best out of your product or service and use it to the full. If your customers are not aware of what skills are needed to use your products and make the most of it, then their opinion of your brand may be diminished, and your competitors may be considered a better option.

Find Job Skills is a public website available to all. However, with a private account, through security features, you can choose who has access to read your content on this site. Letting your business partners and clients have access to parts of your organised training materials and recommendations will ensure they get the best out of your product or service.

If they can learn your product or service quickly and efficiently and use it to its maximum potential, then they will be more likely to recommend you to other businesses.

How to get started

Contact us to get a quote for your company. We will discuss which configuration is most practical for your type of business.

If you are interested in using the site for yourself, just sign up today (link on the top right corner of this page) and get started! It is free to browse the library of links, searching for training, refining your search per skill or job role if you wish. For full benefit of what the site has to offer, the individual membership fee is £2 per month. If you would like more details about what a Premium Eruditology membership has to offer, click here.

By signing up to FindJobSkills, you will be able to enter your current job role and any previous ones along with your various skills and their levels (beginner, expert) and then choose how you prefer to learn (your learning style), ie. whether you prefer tutorials, podcasts or books.

Group Study
Stocked Library

Having training material is great, but knowing where it is, who needs it and whether it is relevant, is the secret to success.

Ray Coulstock, Founder, Eruditology

A few example job roles:.

Having this is the first step in training employees quicker.

Solution Architect

23 skills listed

A solution architect is normally responsible for using their experience to design the structure or architecture of a computer application.

Web Designer Birds Eye

Graphic Designer

15 skills listed

A graphic designer uses a variety of tools to design the visual look of a product or packaging.

Marketeer with lots of notes

Marketing Manager

21 skills listed

Marketing managers are responsible for developing, implementing and executing strategic marketing plans for an entire organization in order to attract potential customers and retain existing ones.

Using a mobile phone

Inside Sales Rep

34 skills listed

Inside sales representatives work with customers to find what they want, create solutions and ensure a smooth sales process.