Verification and Record of Induction
A good induction training program must be followed up with a robust verification check. Verification ensures that employees and contractors have understood the induction training content and are correctly applying it in their workplace.
For example, a manager should follow up and verify that a temporary staff member responsible for packing boxes in a warehouse has correctly labelled and sealed boxes, and placed them securely on the crate for wrapping.
If the verification check shows that the employee or contractor has not fully understood what is required of them, the staff member should re-do the induction. It is also a good idea for the manager to understand why there was a gap in the learning as it may be that the induction training content is not very clear and requires some attention.
At the conclusion of successful staff induction, maintain a record of the induction so management and staff can refer to the results and scores. This record also serves as a good reference point for when a refresher may be required.
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