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Hello All, I have successfully implemented free health checkup camp and free eye sight care camps at my office for all employees. I want to start education related seminar or program for all my employees within budget to improve their skills and knowledge.
Request all to guide and suggest ideas relating to Education as part of employee engagement that I can propose to senior management. Please feel free to suggest any idea, it must be cost effective, if you have reference that can provide education seminar via ppt for free for couple of hours than kindly share contact details, it would be of great help.
I am in security company and we have three large conference rooms so space availability would not be an issue. Employees are dealing into accounts, security, marketing, sales and facility management services. Thanks and Regards.

From India, Delhi
Dinesh Divekar

Dear Akash,
Good to note that you have initiated employee welfare programmes. As a part of that, you have conducted employees' health check-up camp. Good to note that your management is supportive of your initiatives.
Now coming to your query on "Education Programmes". First please be clear whether you wanted to conduct employee training programmes or just education programmes. If former, then by organising those programmes, then the productivity of the employees must increase. Due to the increase in productivity, you should be able to measure tangible results.
However, education programmes or "seminars" that lasts for 1-2 hours are different. By organising these programmes, there is no direct benefit to the company. This is because, how much knowledge they capture and how much know that they will retain further cannot be assessed.
Against this backdrop, my recommendation is to start with the employee training. Let there be measurable change. Even employee training also improves behavioural, temperamental, emotional and mental attributes of their character.
As far as education is concerned, employees may enrol for some education course. However, the course should be relevant to their job. Before enrolment, the employee needs to take approval. On completion of the course, the employee needs to serve 'x' number of years and thereafter can claim the refund the fees that the employee had paid.
For example, Purchas Executive may enrol for "Diploma in Materials Management" and on completion of the course, he needs to serve for three years. Thereafter, he may claim the fees that he had paid to the institute or university.
Dinesh Divekar

From India, Bangalore
Kritarth Consulting

Good Gesture towards Improveing Skills and Knowledge of your Employees and in my Experience with Enhanced Abilities/Capabilities IF
Simultaneously you Can Do Effectively Create Work Workplace Conditions / Environment Where they Are Able to Evolve as Achievers, NothingLike That. Committment & Attention shall Flow once The Employees Are Able to Regulate their Emotions ( largely Negative) and your Exert their Will To Work, with Dignity, Honour and without Fear.
Kritarth Team,
26 May 2019

From India, Delhi

Thank you Dinesh Sir for sharing your viewpoint. Planning employee training programmes would benefit employees in long term. Regards, Akash Sharma
From India, Delhi
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