LawNet were keen to ensure all members of the team had a good understanding of the functionality available in Excel and to highlight areas where tasks could be improved by using more advanced tools than currently used.
In order to support LawNet we developed and delivered a bespoke training plan which included:
- Undertaking a Training Needs Analysis (TNA) to identify and benchmark the current level of understanding and skills.
- Used results of the TNA linked with the objectives of the team to develop bespoke training sessions.
- Delivered bespoke training sessions on:
- Introduction to Excel
- Working with data
- Manipulating data
- Creating supporting documentation and videos to help embed skills.
All of the training was delivered using out Hurdle training platform which enables our trainer to watch the screen of those undertaking training and provide support.
The LawNet team were highly engaged during the training session and provided very positive feedback about the training and the delivery via the Hurdle training platform.
LawNet is passionate about helping its firms grow and be successful in their individual markets. Their aim is to help you achieve excellence, win and retain clients, reduce costs and increase your profitability.
Today, with over 70 member firms ranging in size from £2M- £25M in turnover, the network delivers a range of powerful benefits for its members and their clients
“We identified that we had quite a skills gap in the level of excel knowledge across the team and many of those deemed competent at excel had learned many ‘work arounds’ to make things work. Beccy was able to devise a plan which went through the basics of excel whilst touching on the more detailed functionality. Everybody in the team was able to upskill their knowledge and understanding of excel. Beccy’s teaching style was very inclusive, taking you through every step of the process. We wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Beccy for any software learning.
All firms struggle with adopting their IT, to discuss your training needs contact Beccy.”