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How to Hire Freelancers for Your Large Groups Training Needs

Large groups are a common challenge for many companies looking to improve their employees' skills. Thankfully, Learnexus has a range of freelancers with expertise in every type of training to help you upskill your teams. Here are some common questions about training for large groups, including the different types of training deliverables, topics, and roles you might need:

What are the most common types of training needs for large groups?

In general, large groups need a training program that is scalable, interactive, and tailored to their specific needs. The most common types of training needs for large groups include:

  • Soft skills training, such as communication, teamwork, and leadership
  • Technical skills training, such as coding, project management, and data analysis
  • Compliance training, such as workplace safety, diversity and inclusion, and sexual harassment prevention
  • Industry-specific training, such as healthcare, finance, or hospitality

What are the most common types of training deliverables?

There are several types of training deliverables to choose from, depending on your company's needs and goals. Some of the most common include:

  • E-learning modules: interactive, multimedia-rich courses that can be accessed anytime, anywhere
  • Onsite training: in-person training sessions that can be customized to your company's specific needs
  • Virtual training: live online classes or webinars that offer a real-time learning experience
  • Blended learning: a combination of different training methods, such as face-to-face sessions and e-learning modules

What are the most common types of training topics?

The most common types of training topics for large groups will depend on your company's industry, goals, and workforce needs. However, some popular topics include:

  • Leadership and management
  • Communication skills
  • Project management
  • Customer service
  • Change management
  • Technical skills

What are the most common types of training roles?

There are several types of training roles that a company might require, depending on their training needs and resources. Some common roles include:

  • Instructional designers: responsible for designing and developing training courses that are interactive, engaging, and effective
  • Trainers: responsible for delivering the training courses to employees and facilitating discussions and activities
  • Project managers: responsible for overseeing the training project from start to finish, including budget, timeline, and resources

Examples of Training Done Well for Large Groups

Some companies have successfully upskilled their large groups by implementing effective training programs. For example:

  • Google implemented a soft skills training program called Search Inside Yourself that teaches emotional intelligence, mindfulness, and empathy to their employees.
  • The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company has a comprehensive customer service training program that focuses on personalized service, teamwork, and problem-solving skills for their large, global workforce.
  • IBM offers a range of training programs for their employees, including technical skills training, leadership development, and diversity and inclusion training.

The Benefits of Hiring a Freelance vs Full-Time Training Contractors for Large Groups

There are several benefits to hiring a freelance training contractor instead of a full-time employee, including:

  • Cost savings: hiring a freelance contractor for a specific project or period can be more cost-effective than hiring a full-time employee with benefits and a salary.
  • Flexibility: freelancers can be hired for short-term or one-off projects, allowing companies to adjust their training needs based on their workforce and business needs.
  • Expertise: freelancers often have specialized skills and knowledge in a specific area, such as e-learning development, instructional design, or project management.

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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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