Thinking about retraining? It’s never too late…
Whether you’re looking to change careers, you need to develop your skills to get a promotion, or you’re just keen on broadening your skill set – retraining is a great way to make sure your skills and abilities are relevant and up-to-date.
To help you figure out if it’s right for you, here’s everything you need to know about retraining:
What is retraining?
Retraining is when people refresh, revisit, and develop their skills through continuous learning and training programmes.
It allows them to keep their abilities up-to-date with technological and business developments or facilitate a career change – and may also be needed to ensure employees are eligible to work under updated policies or new working conditions.
If any employee leaves a position and comes back, they could also be required to carry out retraining.
Who is eligible for retraining?
Anyone is eligible for retraining, no matter what your age or experience level.
However, it’s particularly common amongst long-term workers, or those who have been made redundant and are looking for a career change.