Employee training is a decision that companies make to reward their employees, but they also have to meet targets for the benefit of the company. Therefore, the choice of the company that carries out the training processes is very important; the methodology it uses will be responsible for the fulfillment or not of those objectives.

In this post we will show you those aspects that must be taken into account when choosing training for your employees and achieve success.


The first step in training your employees is to recognize their training needs.
Your company may be clear on what it wants to train its employees, however, to achieve the desired results it is better to have an expert opinion.

In Classgap for Enterprise we perform free audits to our customers. Our pedagogical team performs training audits in which through an active listening system, we measure the impact of training in your company. Thanks to them you can measure both the retention of talent, the adaptability of training by specialty and department, if necessary the reinforcement of some aspect and the progress of your employees.

Thanks to this system, we find the real training needs of each company, and you can design your training program in detail.


The methodology applied by training companies to carry out the classes is fundamental to the success of the training.

We must ensure that the type of training offered corresponds to the demands of the company and that it meets the training objectives.

What exactly do we mean by training methodology? In addition to differentiating between the type of training they apply, we also refer to the way in which they are carried out; whether they are One To One training or group training in which a teacher specialized in the subject deals with specific topics .

Depending on the objectives that the company wants to achieve, one system will be more suitable than another. An example of this can be found in group English courses for employees who want to reinforce the language and practice, or individual courses for those who need to learn faster and acquire specific vocabulary, for example, to close international business deals.

Thanks to the audit, in Classgap for Enterprise we determine the levels of knowledge of each worker, in order to group them correctly creating homogeneous groups or individual classes customized for each employee.


As you may have noticed, when implementing a training program in a company, customization is a very important factor in achieving success in the company.

What does customised training involve? It means that there is no set agenda, but rather that the employee or employees are considered the starting point and an ad hoc learning path is established for them, the sector of the company and even the characteristics of the company.

Most training is usually standardized, so it will not take into account the specific needs of your company, this may affect the fulfillment of the training objectives.

In Classgap for Enterprise we do custom training to ensure that we cover the needs of each company 100%.