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Training is used to improve the competence of an employee, on its tasks and missions through the transmission of knowledge and additional skills. For a business organization the objective is to boost its productivity by enhancing its human capital, developing the potential and optimizing the capacities of each employees. First of all, it's necessary to understand that training is different than educating. Indeed, education is about learning theories and concepts, whereas training is about the application of those concepts, it means the practice of a specific task. After the training step, there is the development step, which aims to allow the employee to get a higher position within the organization, and manage bigger responsibilities. The human capital is the most important resource in a business organization. It is pretty obvious that training and developing the workforce of a company will impact on its productivity, as the employees will be more competent, and thus more efficient in their duties and day to day tasks.

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