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Introduction to Training and development..what it really means.

Introduction to Training and development..what it really means.

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  • 1. Introductionto training conceptWhat I hear, I forget.What I see, I remember.What I do, I understand."- Confucius
  • 2. Opening CaseSALES TRAINING AT ABC COMPANY
  • 3. DefinitionIt is a learning process thatinvolves the acquisition ofknowledge, sharpening of skills,concepts, rules, or changing ofattitudes and behaviors toenhance the performance ofemployees.
  • 4. DefinitionTraining & Development is any attempt to improve current or future employee performance byincreasing an employee’s ability to perform through learning, usually by changing the employee’sattitude or increasing his or her skills and knowledge
  • 5. MeaningThe need for Training and Development is determined by the employee’s performancedeficiency, computed as follows - Training & Development Need = Standard Performance – Actual Performance .
  • 6. Need for trainingIndividual level-Diagnosis of present problems and futurechallenges.Improve individual performance or fix upperformance deficiency.Improve skills or knowledge or any otherproblem.To anticipate future skill-needs and prepareemployee to handle more challenging tasks.To prepare for possible job transfers.
  • 7. Need for trainingGroup levelTo face any change inorganization strategy at grouplevels.When new products and servicesare launched.To avoid scraps and accidentrates.
  • 8. Need for training Globalization. Need of leadership. Increased value placed on intangible assets & human capital. Focus on link to business strategy. Attracting & retaining talent. Customer service & quality emphasis. Changing demographics & diversity of the work place. New technology. High performance model at work systems. Economic changes.
  • 9. Importance of Training & Development Helps remove performance deficiencies in employees Greater stability, flexibility and capacity for growth in an organization Accidents, scraps and damages to machinery can be avoided Serves as effective source of recruitment It is an investment in HR with a promise of better returns in future Reduces dissatisfaction, absenteeism, complaints and turnover of employees
  • 10. Distinction between Training and Education Training Education  Application oriented  Theoretical Orientation  Job experience  Classroom learning  Specific Task in mind  Covers general concepts  Narrow Perspective  Has Broad Perspective  Training is Job Specific  Education is no bar
  • 11. Difference between Training andDevelopment Training Development  Training is skills focused  Development is creating learning abilities  Training is presumed to have a formal education  Development is not education dependent  Training needs depend upon lack or deficiency in skills  Development depends on personal drive and ambition  Trainings are generally need based  Development is voluntary  Training is a narrower concept  Development is a broader concept focused on job related skills focused on personality development  Training is aimed at improving job related efficiency and performance  Development aims at overall personal effectiveness including job efficiencies
  • 12. Types of trainingOn the Job Training Methods-Job RotationJob CoachingJob InstructionApprenticeshipsInternships and Assistantships
  • 13. Types of training Off the Job Trainings- Classroom Lectures: Audio-Visual Programmed Instructions Computer Aided Instructions Simulation- a) Case Studies b) Role Plays c) Sensitivity Trainings
  • 14. Changing trend in learning
  • 15. ArticleFrom Pie in the Sky to the Palm of your Hand:The Proliferation of Devices Spurs More Mobile Learning
  • 16. ApplicationAt KFC QLD, all employeesreceive extensive trainingprovided through usingblended learning techniques(e-learning, on-the-job andformal classroom). Thecompany employs over 4000Team Members, 450Management and 60 ShiftSupervisors, located in 119restaurants throughout Qld.The restaurant teams aresupported by 80 professionalsbased at the support centre inBrisbane.
  • 17. Application All team members receive comprehensive training in the following areas  Customer Service  Food Preparation  Cash Handling  Food Safety  Stock Control All Shift Supervisors/management participate in our KFC Global Training curriculum (40 core competencies). The training is designed and facilitated by accredited professionals (internal and external) to ensure all Shift Supervisors/Management gain the skills, knowledge and experience to operate our successful restaurants
  • 18. Case StudyToyota motor company’s - Toyota technical training institute in India
  • 19. Research PaperTraining & Development Practices & Performance of LIC
  • 20. Thank You