Valor Manufacturing Training is an organization dedicated to your employee retention strategy by offering state-of-the-art, standardized and personalized training content and delivery platforms to reduce your costs associated with training and turnover.




September 8, 2022

Every Company Needs an Employee Training Philosophy

Every company needs to adopt an employee training philosophy to thrive. See how skills training creates a win-win situation for employers and employees.
July 6, 2022

How to Create an Employee Retention Program

As an employer, you need to create an employee retention program that keeps your brightest stars from fizzling out. See what you can do to tackle turnover.
April 28, 2022

11 Million Will Be Returning to Work: Are You Ready?

Training is so much more than information exchange. It is an opportunity to present and sell your brand to an internal customer.
April 28, 2022

How Do You Value Training?

The path you choose can directly impact your retention numbers and soft-cost bottom line. The question is, how do you value training?
April 19, 2022

Solve Labor Issues Via Non-Traditional Sources, Video Training

American manufacturers have about 350,000 current job openings and are facing a looming shortage of 2.4 million workers by 2028, and the silver tsunami of retiring Baby Boomers is impacting manufacturing as much as any other industry.
April 13, 2022

In Person vs. Online Skills Training

If you want to make learning and development part of your company culture, there are different ways to go about it. You can choose to onboard, upskill, and reskill your employees via in-person training, online training, or a combination of the two.
April 12, 2022

How Manufacturers Can Prepare for an Aging Workforce

Whether your company is ready or not, your older employees are going to retire and take years of valuable experience with them. As of 2017, nearly 25% of the manufacturing workforce was 55 or older.
April 12, 2022

The Times They Are A’Changed

The Great Resignation. We’ve heard it (ad nauseam) over the past 12 months. COVID-19 changed the business world in many ways, but in some ways, it wasn’t the catalyst of change.