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Post-qualification training is now common practice, yet many firms are failing to reap the full rewards that training can bring. Paul Ballman looks at how following up the results when the course is over can greatly enhance the training experience
Some firms take the view that training is a necessary evil and merely ensure that sufficient training is undertaken so that everyone’s CPD is up to date. Others believe in the culture of investing in their people and that training and development engenders a feel-good factor in a firm that is a benefit that works over time.
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