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Training methods

  1. 1. TrainingMethods BY- Saumyadip Maiti Amity University
  2. 2. Training  Training is typically part of the Human Resource Development.  The role of Human Resource department is to improve the employees overall skills resulting in better performance.  Taining is an “opportunity” for learrningSaumyadip MaitiAmity University
  3. 3. Objectives of Training  Orienting new employee to the organization and their job  Helping employees perform their current jobs & qualify for the future jobs.  Keeping employees informed.  Providing opportunities for personal developmentSaumyadip MaitiAmity University
  4. 4. Purpose of TrainingFor employees For the organization- Greater job satisfaction  Increased productivity. and morale among  Higher levels of customer employees. satisfaction. Improved self-esteem.  Improved quality. Increased employee  Increased innovation in motivation. strategies and products.  Reduced employee turnover.  Enhanced company image. Saumyadip Maiti Amity University
  5. 5. Training Methods Classroom Instruction Action Audiovisual Learning Training Computer- TeamTraining Training Based Training Methods Behavior On-the-Job Modeling Training Business Games & Simulations Case Studies Saumyadip Maiti Amity University
  6. 6. To be effective, training method should Motivate the trainee to improve performance Provide for active participation by the trainee Encourage positive transfer from training to job Provide timely feedback on the trainee’s performance Saumyadip Maiti Amity University
  7. 7. TRAINING METHODS Saumyadip Maiti Amity University
  8. 8. Cognitive Methods Behavioral Methodsjob (off the training (on the job training methods) methods)Provide verbal or Allows trainee to written information. practice behaviourdemonstrate in real fashion. relationships among Best for skill concepts. development andProvide the rules to attitude change. carry out a job. Saumyadip Maiti Amity University
  9. 9. COGNITIVE METHODS OFF THE JOB TRAINING METHODS The Lecture Computer Based Training Vestibule Training Business Games Case Studies Role Playing Saumyadip Maiti Amity University
  10. 10. The LectureThe lecture method is bestused to create a general anddetailed understanding of atopic. Saumyadip Maiti
  11. 11. Computer Based TrainingE- Learning and the use ofOnline training programme onebeing conducted to increasethe knowledge of an employeeto meet the increasing pace ofbusiness nowadays. Saumyadip Maiti Amity University
  12. 12. Vestibule Training  Vestibule Training involves the virtual duplication of work environment in an off-site setting.  Vestibule Training exercises place the trainee in an artificial environment that closely imitates actual working conditions.Saumyadip MaitiAmity University
  13. 13. Business Games Indicate the way in an industry, company, or sub-unit of company functions. In this type of training, participants learn how to deal with a variety of issues in a simulated business environment. Saumyadip Maiti Amity University
  14. 14. Case Studies A particular case is given to the trainees on a specific topic. The trainees are asked to study the topic and bring forth suggestions ,flaws etc on the given topic.
  15. 15. Role Playing The purpose of this method is to give participants a chance to experience such situations in a controlled setting. Trainees are provided with a description of the context usually a topic area, a general description of a situation, a description of their roles, and the problem they each face.
  16. 16. BEHAVIOURAL METHODS ON THE JOB TRAINING On-the-job training places employees in actual work situation and makes them immediately productive. On-the-job training involve learning by doing, relies on demonstration and coaching. This form helps particularly to develop the occupational skills necessary to manage an organization, to fully understand the organization’s products and services and how they are developed and carried out.
  17. 17. BEHAVIOURAL METHODS ON THE JOB TRAINING Job Rotation Coaching Apprenticeship Internship Training
  18. 18. Job RotationJob rotation is the systematic movement of employees from job to job or project to project within the organisation.Excellent job rotation program make individuals more self-motivated, flexible, adaptable, innovative, eager to learn and able to communicate effectively.
  19. 19. Coaching Coaching is the process of one-on-one guidance and instruction to improve knowledge, skills and work performance which will give a better response in terms of employee performance in future.
  20. 20. Apprenticeship Training Apprenticeship is another form of on-the-job training, is one of the oldest forms of training. Apprenticeship are designed to provide planned, practical instruction over a significant span of time.
  21. 21. Internship Internship are opportunities for students to get real world experience, often during summer vacations as a part of fulfilling requirements for degree programs. Internship are offered usually by organization to college students wanting to find work experience. The internship offer precious, real life job experience and the organization often get skilled, highly dedicated service.
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