SANCHAWA, DENIS. H (BPA& MPA)   1            HUMAN RESOURCE            MANAGEMENT            FUNCTIONS11/5/2012   Training...
Systematic training2     Training must be systematic which consists of      four stages as here below (Armstrong      ;20...
Approaches towards determining3    training needs    (a) Organizational Analysis : This analysis      basically determines...
Development in HRM4       Development refers to those learning        opportunities designed to help employee grow.     ...
Distinction between Training an5    Development    Training                                 development    1. Training mea...
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Lecture 8

  1. 1. SANCHAWA, DENIS. H (BPA& MPA) 1 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS11/5/2012 Training and development.
  2. 2. Systematic training2  Training must be systematic which consists of four stages as here below (Armstrong ;2010:577) 1. Identify training needs. 2. Decide what sort of training is required to satisfy these needs. 3. Use experienced and trained trainers to implement training. 4. Follow up and evaluate training to ensure that it is effectiveSANCHAWA, DENIS. H (BPA& MPA) 11/5/2012
  3. 3. Approaches towards determining3 training needs (a) Organizational Analysis : This analysis basically determines where training emphasis should be placed in the organisation. (b) Individual Analysis : It is used to determine who needs to be training and what skills and knowledge or attitudes should be improved. (c) Operational Analysis : It assists to decide what the training should consist of, requiring a study of what a person should be taught if he is to perform his task with maximum effectiveness. SANCHAWA, DENIS. H (BPA& MPA) 11/5/2012
  4. 4. Development in HRM4  Development refers to those learning opportunities designed to help employee grow.  It is not primarily skills-oriented. Instead, it provides general knowledge and attitudes which will be helpful to employees in higher positions. SANCHAWA, DENIS. H (BPA& MPA) 11/5/2012
  5. 5. Distinction between Training an5 Development Training development 1. Training means learning skills and 1. Development means the growth of knowledge for doing a particular job an employee in all aspect. It shapes attitudes 2.Training is generally used to denote 2. The term development is imparting specific skills among associated with the overall growth of operative workers and employees the executives 3.Traing is concerned with maintaining 3. Executive don’t seeks to develop and improving current job competence and skills for future performance .Thus , it has a short performance. Thus it has long term term perspective perspective. 4.The role of trainer /supervisor is 4. All development is self development very important in training . Executives has to be internally motivated for self development SANCHAWA, DENIS. H (BPA& MPA) 11/5/2012

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