RapL for Quick Service Restaurants
Learn how QSR companies use RapL for:
Food & beverages, Front Desk, Housekeeping, Workplace Safety
Technical training is the cornerstone of professional development. It empowers professionals to become experts in their fields. By imparting technical knowledge and honing specialized skills, it fosters innovation and continuous upskilling. Technical training creates a skilled workforce that is primed to meet the evolving demands of the industry.
This is highlighted by the contrast between technical training and other training methods. Technical training primarily pertains to job-specific skills. These require specific technical expertise. Conversely, non-technical training (e.g. soft skills training) is more generic. Such training can be readily applied across different job roles (WhatFIx, 2021).
Though the term “technical training” brings up thoughts of IT and computer programming, it is not limited to that. Technical training can be used for skills like computer programming, data analysis, and software development. It also includes basic business skills, such as sales and customer service. These could also be business writing, math, or project management. Employees can learn these skills through on-the-job training. They can even learn by gaining experience in their job (Donohoe, 2019).