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Our HR Training Solutions

Virtual Training

Many of our training courses outlined below, can be delivered virtually using a platform that suits your needs and has a dedicated Facilitator who will encourage group interaction and learning.

In-house Training

Our training courses listed below, can be delivered in a classroom style setting. These workshops are interactive and encourage experiential learning.

Bespoke Training

We can design bespoke training courses specific to your needs, the team and the organisation.   Contact us with your request.

E-Learning Courses

E-Learning courses offer self-paced learning to you and your team at a time that suits you and your business needs. Click here for a Demo Video.
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HR Training & Development Courses

 We at The HR Suitestrive to deliver innovative HR training programmes, using best practice methods that engage with our audiences. This ensures the transfer of sought-after knowledge, skills and behaviour. Below is a list of our online HR training course availability, click on any course to learn more.

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We would love to hear from you. You can contact us as below:

The HR Suite, 13 Upper Baggot Street,
2nd Floor, Dublin 4. DO4 W7K5

The HR Suite, Pier 17 Dingle Road,
Tralee, Co. Kerry. V92 R6DX (HQ)

The HR Suite, 12 South Mall,
Centre, Cork. T12 RD43

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HR Training FAQ’s

What is HR training?

HR training and development is a human resource process used to optimise employee performance. These courses tend to be delivered by HR consultants and the training may include onboarding, policy training, diversity and inclusion, technical and soft skills training, and can take the form of online HR training or in-person training.

Some benefits of HR training are enhancing employee performance, boosting employee productivity, reducing employee turnover, and improving company culture. It sets employees up for success and supports talent development.

How can I be trained in HR?

You can be trained in HR through HR training courses. It can take many forms, from a degree or diploma to a 2-hour class. You could also take online courses to remain current and compliant with legislation and attain best-practice knowledge and skills, ensuring workplace growth for your organisation. HR training allows you to better manage and measure performance while clearly outlining expectations from employees, leading to increased productivity, motivation, and staff retention.

Who are these HR training courses for?

Our HR training courses are primarily catered to two key audiences: managers and HR professionals within companies.

  1. Managers: Our HR training programs are designed specifically for managers and team leaders. These courses offer insights into HR practices, such as handling employee relations, performance management, conflict resolution, and understanding employment laws. They focus on equipping managers with the skills needed to effectively lead and manage their teams while staying compliant with HR policies and regulations.
  2. HR Staff within Companies: Our courses are also tailored for HR professionals themselves. These courses delve deeper into HR-specific topics, such as recruitment strategies, employee training and development, diversity and inclusion, and legal compliance. They aim to enhance the expertise and knowledge base of HR professionals, enabling them to perform their roles more effectively and efficiently.

How are the HR training courses taught?

Our HR training courses are taught through various methods to accommodate different learning styles.

  1. In-House Training: This involves conducting training sessions within the company premises. Trainers or experts may be brought in to deliver workshops, seminars, or interactive sessions tailored to the company’s specific needs. In-house training allows for a more personalised approach, focusing on the organisation’s policies, procedures, and culture.
  1. Virtual Training: With advancements in technology, virtual training has become increasingly popular. These sessions are conducted remotely, allowing participants to join from anywhere with an internet connection. Virtual training can take the form of webinars, live online classes, or pre-recorded modules. It offers flexibility and convenience, enabling employees to learn at their own pace and reducing the need for travel.
  2. Learning Management Systems (LMS): Many organisations utilize Learning Management Systems, digital platforms that host and manage online courses and resources. Employees can access these courses at their convenience, track their progress, and engage in assessments or discussions. LMS platforms often offer a wide range of courses covering various HR topics, allowing employees to choose based on their needs and interests.