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  • 1. CONTENT Introduction Training vs Development Need for training and development Benefits of Training Training Process Types of Training 4 Levels of Training Evaluation Balancing Costs and Benefits of Training Points which make learning & training effective 10 Adult Learning Principles to Guide Effective Training Design and Delivery References
  • 2. INTRODUCTION  Training can be introduced simply as a process of assisting a person for enhancing his efficiency and effectiveness to a particular work area by getting more knowledge and practices. Also training is important to establish specific skills, abilities and knowledge to an employee  Training and Development is the framework for helping employees to develop their personal and organizational skills, knowledge, and abilities.
  • 3. Training vs Development  Content- technical skills     and knowledge, application oriented Purpose- specific job related, narrow perspective Duration-short term For Whommostly technical & nonmanagerial personnel By whom- trainer  Managerial & behavioral skills & knowledge & attitudes  Conceptual & GK. Learning opportunities designed to help employees grow, broad perspective.  Long term  Mostly for managerial personnel  Self motivated
  • 4. Need for training and development Required Performance GAP NEED Actual Performance
  • 5. Benefits of Training  To the organization  To the individual  To Human Relations  T & D offer competitive advantage to a firm  T & D should not always be the 1st resort.  If the above is achieved it negates the expenses on T & D.
  • 6. Training Process
  • 7. Types of Training Required and Regular •Safety compliance •Driving provisions •Wage n hr rules •Employee orientation •Benefits enrollment Developmental and Career •B trends •Strategic Thinking •Leadership •∆ mgmt •Career plng •PMS • Job/Technical Types of Training customer service • Equipment operations • Rcrd keeping needs • Telecommunications • IT sys • Product details Interpersonal and Problem-Solving •Comm •Writing skills •Team bldg •Coaching •Prob analyses •Conflict resolution
  • 8. 4 Levels of Training Evaluation
  • 9. 1. Reaction : What is the thought of trainee about particular program. 2. Learning : What principles, facts and techniques trainees learned. 3. Behaviour : Assessement of change in job performance. 4. Results : what is the impact of programmes on trainee.
  • 10. Balancing Costs and Benefits of Training
  • 11. Points which make learning & training effective 1. Adults need to know reasons for learning. 2. Self direction 3. Bring more work related exp. Into learning situation. 4. Learn from both extrinsic and intrinsic motivators.
  • 12. 10 Adult Learning Principles to Guide Effective Training Design and Delivery 1. Experience 6. Immediacy 2. Teamwork 7. Reinforcement 3. Relevance 8. Accountability 4. Safety 9. Activity 5. Enjoyment 10. Style
  • 13. References  http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Spe cial:Search&search=training+and+employee+ development&redirs=1&profile=default  Noe’S BOOK  ARTICLES : http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com/ 2012-05-24/news/31838944_1_trainingtjinsite-survey-employee-morale  http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com/ 2010-12-28/news/27584223_1_personalitydevelopment-programmers-project-managers
  • 14. Presented byZarna Pansuriya Tekinder Kumar Rohit Jha Nitin Bansal Alay Nallulwar