Induction and Basic Training (11 weeks) Short Course at Botswana Wildlife Training Institute (BWTI)

Induction and Basic Training (11 weeks) Short Course at Botswana Wildlife Training Institute (BWTI)

What is Induction and Basic Training ?

Induction training, also used interchangeably with the terms orientation and onboarding, is a type of training that organizations provide with the aim to induct new employees to an organization, and acclimatize them to company culture, job roles, business goals, etc.

Induction and Basic Training (11 weeks) Short Course at Botswana Wildlife Training Institute (BWTI)

Induction training is a term professionals in the Human Resources field use for employee training. It is a form of introduction that allows employees and new hires “learn the ropes” of their new job or position and get started easily.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the 3 types of induction?

  • Pre-Induction: information provided prior to the new employee starting work.
  • Induction: The first day and subsequent transition into the workplace.
  • Post-Induction: follow-up and adjustment after the new role has started.

What is the difference between training and induction?

When it comes to employee training, there are two main types: induction training and job-specific training. Induction training is a broad overview of the company, while job-specific training focuses on the tasks the employee will be doing.

What are the 4 stages of induction?

There are four main stages of new employees induction:

  • Pre-arrival: This is where the employer prepares for the arrival of the new employee.
  • Arrival: This is where the new employee arrives at the company and starts the induction process.
  • Training:
  • Follow-up:

What do you mean by induction?

Induction is the process through which employees adjust or acclimatise to their new jobs and working environment. As part of this, ‘orientation’ can be used for a specific event that new starters attend, and ‘socialisation’ can describe the way in which new employees build working relationships within their new teams.

What are two benefits of induction training?

Benefits of effective induction training to the organization

  • Saves a lot of money and time.
  • Reduces employee turnover.
  • Ensures operational efficiency.
  • Makes the new employee feel respected and valued.
  • Provides the necessary information.
  • Helps in establishing good communication.

How do I start induction training?

Tips to Create an Effective Induction Programme

  1. Prepare a checklist before the induction programme.
  2. An Effective Induction programme covers employee training.
  3. Encourage social interaction with your team.
  4. Discuss Company Goals and Mission.
  5. Ask Employees for feedback on the Induction programme.

How long is induction training?

An employee induction can take place over a few hours, a full day, or, even a week – depending on the complexity of their job role, the number of people and systems they interact with, and the nature of their work. An induction day is often, but not always, the first day of someone’s employment with a company.

What are the elements of induction?

The key parts of the employee induction programme are:

  • Meet colleagues.
  • Tour of workplace.
  • Health and safety.
  • Get all the necessary documents sorted.
  • Get to grips with company policies.
  • Understand their role.
  • Identify any training needed.
  • Organise first appraisal meeting.

What happens on the first day of induction?

Usually the first stage of the induction process is to use ‘prostaglandins’, hormones which are usually produced by the body. These ripen the neck of the womb (cervix) causing it to soften, shorten and start to open.

What age is induction?

When a woman and her fetus are healthy, induction should not be done before 39 weeks. Babies born at or after 39 weeks have the best chance at healthy outcomes compared with babies born before 39 weeks. When the health of a woman or her fetus is at risk, induction before 39 weeks may be recommended.