In House Training Law and Legal Definition
In-house training is a training program for learning opportunities developed by the organization in which they are used. Training may be required to be provided to employees as part of legislative requirements for industry performance and safety standards or continuing education requirements. However, training may be offered voluntarily by an employer to maintain the competitiveness of the organization.
Some of the benefits of in-house training are:
1. Savings on travel, lodging, meals, and other miscellaneous costs.
2. Customization to the specific needs of the organization
3. Opportunity for follow-up after training