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  • Traditional Training Methods…..
  • Our team mates are: • GaneshKrishna Prabhu • Sudarshan Ramasamy • Abhilash Kumar • Bhavana Shah • Akansha
  • Agenda • Introduction • Types of traditional training methods • Why no longer in use? • Action learning
  • Introduction….  What is training? The process of bringing a person to an agreed standard of proficiency, by practice and instruction. Training has specific goals of improving one’s capability, capacity and productivity.
  • Types of Traditional training methods Traditional training methods can be organized into three broad categories  Presentation method  Hands-on method  Group building method
  • Presentation method In this method trainees are passive recipients of information. The trainer basically present information through various methods like a) Lecture b) Audio visual techniques.
  • Hands-on method It is the training method that requires the trainee to be actively involved in learning. This method include: a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) On the job training Self directed learning Apprenticeship Simulation Case study Business games Role plays Behaviour modelling
  • ON JOB TRAINING • Earliest forms of training • Direct instruction, one-to-one. Example: PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC).
  • Group building methods It is designed to improve team or group effectiveness. In this method trainee share ideas and experience, build group identity, get to know their own strengths and weaknesses and of their co-workers also. It involvesa) Experiential learning b) Team learning c) Action learning
  • Action learning It is an educational process whereby people learn and work together by tackling real issue and reflecting on their action. Learner acquire knowledge through actual action and practice rather than through traditional instruction.
  • PROS AND CONS PROS CONS • AFFORDABLE • COSTLY • HIGH RETENTION RATE • MIGRATION
  • REFERENCES • http://content.timesjobs.com/corporate-training-gives-traditionalmethods-a-miss/ • http://bohknet.tm.tue.nl/HKNet/wwwroot/section63/page2_3.htm l • http://careers.stateuniversity.com/pages/852/Trends-in-TrainingDevelopment.html • http://www.mba-mentor.com/traditional-vs-modern-view-oftraining • http://www.ehow.com/info_8169914_traditional-trainingmethods-human-resources.html
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