Training Explained

Use Tanda's Training module to keep your employees up to date on how to correctly complete jobs within your business

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Written by Kate Taylor
Updated over a week ago

This feature is available for users on the Tanda HR plan.

What is Training?

Training is Tanda's HR feature aimed at keeping staff up to date with expectations and processes for jobs and tasks to be completed around your business.

These will be kept on record on your account and can be reviewed by your team to ensure staff are fit to complete the job they're hired to do.

How does Training work in Tanda HR?

Once you've enabled the Tanda HR add-on, you'll have access to create and assign common training scenarios.

First, you can design a training template and link any documents, files, or instructional videos to provide more context and familiarise staff with operations. Then, you can design a series of questions in the training module to test their understanding and make sure they're ready for the roster. Once ready, start training and upskilling your team by assigning them training modules.

If staff need a refresher, or results aren't up to scratch, training modules can easily be reassigned.

How can I access Training?

Training is available for accounts with Tanda HR enabled.

Once enabled, find Training under the HR tab in your Tanda account.

When should I use Training?

We recommend using the digital training feature in Tanda both when you're onboarding new staff and when you're upskilling your existing team into new positions. Some common scenarios include:

  • First day inductions

  • Training in a new role in the business, like a barista or retail assistant

  • Promoting staff to management positions and getting them familiar with additional responsibilities

  • Familiarising staff with new products or menus

  • Fire safety training

  • Food safety training

  • De-escalation training

Start using Training

Once you've enabled Tanda HR, follow the guides below to get started.

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