Training And Development : Training And Development “Training is the process of altering employee behaviour and attitudes in a way that increase the probability of goal attainment.” Features of Training : Features of Training Training objectives are tied to organization’s business objectives.
Training is modular so it can be adapted to workplace schedules.
Training is tailored to trainee needs and learning styles.
Training structure allows employees to learn at their own pace.
Trainees are provided regular, ongoing feedback concerning their progress while in the training programme. WHY T & D : WHY T & D No one is a perfect fit at the time of hiring and some training & development must take place.
Planned development programs will return values to the organization in terms of :
Flexibility to adapt to changing requirements Slide 4: Moulds employees’ attitude
Helps them achieve better co-operation
Creates greater loyalty to the organization
Reduces wastage and spoilage
Reduces constant supervision
Improves quality Training Process : Training Process Determine the mission of the org Job description Training needs assessment Decide most imp objective/priorities Evaluate the curriculum Evaluate the Result of Training TYPES OF TRAINING : TYPES OF TRAINING On the job: Orientation
Apprentice Committee assignments
Off the job: Vestibule
Conference Slide 7: Decision making: In basket
Role play Responsible for Training : Responsible for Training Top Mgmt – Frames the Training policy
HR Dept – plans, establishes and evaluates
Supervisors – implement and apply development procedure
Employees – provide feedback, revision and suggestions