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3 Reasons to Take Advantage of TyrrellTech Training

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When was the last time you attended a training session? How about an online refresher course? A lot of people will say “it’s been a while.

Sometimes we get so caught up in our careers that we neglect to refresh ourselves on things we already know, and we often times never think about learning something new. Taking a training class whether online or in person can help you do just that. Below are three reasons you should take advantage of training.

1.Get Back to the Basics

Studies have estimated that companies lose about 10 to 30 percent of their capabilities every year. That can dwindle down to a sad 41 percent by the third year. To help prevent this problem, it is always a good idea to take a refresher course every once in a while. You would be very surprised at some of the things you’ve forgotten, and even more surprised at the things that have changed. Help yourself to maintain great performance at work by brushing up on your skills.

2.Learn Something New

“Okay so what if I already regularly refresh myself on learned skills? How can training help me?”

Well that’s simple. Learn something new! Expanding your skill set can be a great way to up your performance at work or expand your business. It also never hurts to break your dull day-to-day routine by trying something different. Don’t take our word for it though, try it out!

3.You Have Free Options

Yes, you read that right. Training doesn’t have to cost you hundreds of dollars. Training Tuesdays at TyrrellTech’s offices are FREE and also very informative. The instructors here cover everything from color management to printer maintenance and will help you refresh your memory and learn some useful tricks!

It doesn’t matter what our reason is for training, it just goes to show that no matter how skilled you are you never stop learning. Make sure to stay refreshed and up to date by doing some training!

Visit Tyrrelltech.com to see what free training classes you can attend.