When companies deliver in-house training they need to ensure they use an appropriate space, it is claimed.
According to Business Link, using the right equipment and space to conduct the training is vitally important.
As well as appropriate training rooms, businesses and organisations also need to ensure they enlist the help of an experienced provider, the advisory service states.
Relevant and useful training materials also make a major difference as firms aim to improve the skills of their employees, Business Link says.
"You might want to design and run your own training or work with customers or suppliers," the service notes.
"If you do want to conduct your training in house, make sure you have the appropriate expertise and resources."
Business Link adds that firms can increase their profile and the skills of their employees by having in-house training accredited by nationally recognised qualifications.