The free one day Introduction to Cascade programme is not new for the technology firm, but demand has risen so significantly that the course is now a firm monthly fixture available to clients.
So, passionate about the professional development of staff and customers alike, Cascade has worked with the CPD so that the course offers seven Continuing Professional Development points upon completion.
Designed to enhance the knowledge of new users, the course provides a full demonstration of the software and capabilities of Cascade’s various modules. The day also includes full training on the basic functionality, use and administration of Cascade, so that practical insight can be gleaned. The goal is to ensure users get immediate benefit from their HR system, as soon as they return to their own office.
Commenting on the reason for offering this service, Cascade’s commercial director Jayne Clarke said: “The world of Human Resources is constantly changing, which emphasises the need for CPD within the profession. That’s why, as a long-standing HR technology provider, we pride ourselves in contributing to the ongoing vocational progression of our clients.
“At the same time as perfecting their use of HR software, delegates are advancing their skills and knowledge, which equips them to add greater value to their wider organisations.”
The Introduction to Cascade course is usually held at the firm’s Leeds headquarters. Cascade joins over 1,000 different institutes and professional bodies in the UK, to support the conscious and proactive learning process encouraged by the CPD.
"As a long-standing HR technology provider, we pride ourselves in contributing to the ongoing vocational progression of our clients."
Jayne Clarke, commercial director
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