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How to Hire Freelancers for Your Human Resources Training Needs

Human resources professionals are responsible for finding the right talent for their organization and ensuring that employees have the skills they need to succeed in their roles. Training is a critical component of employee development, but it can be challenging to keep up with the ever-changing demands of the modern workplace. That's where Learnexus comes in - we offer a marketplace of skilled freelancers who can build and deliver every type of training within every type of training category. Here are some common questions HR professionals might have about hiring freelancers for their training needs:

What are the most common types of training needs for HR professionals?

HR professionals need to ensure that employees have the skills they need to do their jobs effectively and efficiently. Some common types of training needs include:

  • Onboarding and orientation
  • Sales training
  • Customer service training
  • Leadership development
  • Technical skills training

What are the most common types of training deliverables?

There are many different types of training deliverables, including:

  • In-person training sessions
  • Online courses
  • Video tutorials
  • Printed materials, such as handbooks and manuals

What are the most common types of training topics?

Training topics can vary widely depending on the needs of the organization, but some common topics include:

  • Compliance and regulatory training
  • Cybersecurity training
  • Soft skills training, such as communication and teamwork
  • Technical skills training, such as coding and software use

What types of training roles might companies require?

Companies might require a variety of training roles, including:

  • Instructional designers, who create the content and structure of the training
  • Trainers, who deliver the training to employees
  • Project managers, who oversee the development and delivery of the training

What are some examples of training done well for HR professionals?

One example of training done well is the onboarding program at Airbnb. The company created a comprehensive onboarding program that includes online courses, in-person sessions, and a mentorship program. The program is designed to help new employees quickly learn the company culture and get up to speed on their job responsibilities. Another example is the sales training program at HubSpot, which includes a mix of online courses and in-person training sessions to help sales reps learn the company's sales methodology and hone their skills.

What are the benefits of hiring a freelance vs full-time training contractor?

There are many benefits to hiring a freelance training contractor, including:

  • Cost savings - Freelancers typically charge less than full-time employees, and you only pay for the specific services you need
  • Flexibility - Freelancers can work on a project-by-project basis, which allows you to scale your training program up or down as needed
  • Specialization - Freelancers often have specialized skills or expertise that you might not find in a full-time employee
  • Speed - Freelancers can often deliver training more quickly than a full-time employee, since they don't have other responsibilities within the organization

If you're looking to build and deliver training for your organization, hiring a freelance training contractor can be an excellent choice. At Learnexus, we offer a marketplace of skilled freelancers who can help you create high-quality training programs tailored to your specific needs. Contact us today to learn more!


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  • “I used Learnexus because I knew they could deliver what I needed…someone who had a robust portfolio and someone who specialized in producing massive, open online education courses.” Georgianna, PhD

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  • “We had conversations with probably four or five [Learnexus freelancers], then narrowed our choice down to our top candidate. All of them had experience. That's a good problem to have when you’re presented with an abundance of the skillset.” Tate, Transformation and Enablement Manager

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