Should you send your EAM users to DigitalThinker for training?
I am often asked if it is really that much more beneficial to send a team to our office for team training vs having us come on site. For me the answer is very simple – YES!!! Send your team to our office in Simpsonville, South Carolina to train.
Why It’s Beneficial
Most successful people know that it is so much more beneficial to train in a quieter, less chaotic environment, rather than trying to learn in a hectic and typically noisy environment. Most importantly, it ensures no one can be interrupted by someone running in or calling over the radio for a maintenance issue. Traveling to our facility to train simply allows for everyone to focus better on learning EAM.
Team Training Experience
I bring this topic up because I just did a training class for a group of 7 maintenance managers and supervisors. They came ready to learn and with questions on how to make EAM better. Not only for all of their sites, but for the company as a whole as well. Because most of them work in different states, it gave them a chance to meet up with each other to discuss problems within their organization and share ideas. Most importantly, we were able to train users from multiple sites together at one time which saved them money. This also gave everyone a chance to share solutions or brainstorm ideas on how to fix their problems together.
These guys only spent 2 days at our office, but we covered a lot of ground. I’m sure the customers who traveled to our office would say that it will benefit you much more to come to DigitalThinker.
Don’t get me wrong, having us come to your site can also be important. We love to travel on site when necessary and we will continue to do so anytime you need us. However, when it comes to core team training, I feel that getting your employees into our training room allows them to be more relaxed. As a result, they can focus better and learn more so they can be the Champion of EAM for your company. For more about training, please visit our training page by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us at 864-520-1115.