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  1. 1. __________________________________________________________________________________ Course Code – Course TitleCOURSE Name Dr. Awais e SirajINSTRUCTORINFORMATION email ID awsiraj@hotmai.comDEGREE Program Batch Section(s) SemesterINFORMATION YearDEGREE Program Batch Section(s) Semester SpringINFORMATION BBA/MBA Year 2013 Edition Training & Development: Communicating for Success Title of Book 2ndTEXT BOOK(s) EditionINFORMATION Author(s) Steven A. Beebe, Timothy P. Mottet and K. David Roach 2012 Publisher The ASTD Training and Development Handbook: A Guide to Human Title of Book 1. Resource Development Author (s) Robert Craig Title of Book Employee Training & Development 2. Author (s) by Raymond Noe (Oct 31, 2012) Support Material(s) a Competency-Based Human Resource Managementby William J. Rothwell, David D. . Duboise, Deborah Jo King Stern and Linda K. Kemp (Jan 20, 2004)Reference b Gregory C. Kesler (2002). "Why the leadership bench never gets deeper: Ten insights aboutbook(s) . executive talent development" (PDF). HR Planning Society Journal25 (1). Anthony Landale (1999). Gower Handbook of Training and Development. Gower Publishing, Ltd. c ISBN 0-566-08122-9. . d Shawn A. Smith and Rebecca A. Mazin (2004). "Training and Development". The HR Answer Book. . AMACOM Div American Mgmt Assn. ISBN 0-8144-7223-0. Cohn JM, Khurana R, and Reeves L (October 2005). "Growing talent as if your business depended e on it". Harvard Business Review83 (10): 62–70. PMID 16250625. Michael M. Lombardo and Robert W. Eichinger (1998-12-06). "HRs role in building competitive edge f leaders". Human Resource Management (John Wiley & Sons, Inc.) 36 (1): 141–146.Course DescriptionThis course addresses topics that have traditionally been included in an organizations HumanResource Development function such as designing systems of instruction as well as contentthat reflects the future of HRD such as job aids and electronic performance support systems.The course will focus on various aspects of a corporate training and development function,training program design and development, various methods and media for training delivery,and various resources available for HRD efforts. Students will analyze an aspect of theirorganizations HRD efforts. COURSE CONTENTS:Course Outline, FAST School of Business
  2. 2. __________________________________________________________________________________ **Courseware Events Weeks Contents/Topics (MM/ IT Lab/Case Study/ Comments (if any) Assignment/ Presentation etc.) Week-01 Overview of Training in Organizations Week-02 Strategic Planning, Training and OD Week-03 Learning Motivation and Performance Week-04 Needs Analysis Week-05 Training Design Week-06 Training Methods Week-07 Development and Implementation of Training Week-08 Key Areas of Organizational Training Week-09 Management Development Week-10 Measuring Impact of Training – 6 Step Methodology Week-11 Marketing of a Training Program Week -13 Training Games and Exercises Week 14 Practice/Project Week-15 Practice/Project Week-16 Practice/Project** Courseware Events column is subject to variations / appropriationRecommended Web links: Outline, FAST School of Business
  3. 3. __________________________________________________________________________________ Courseware Structure: (Mark X where applies) Lecture Multimedia Exercise IT Labs Case Individual Group Any other Medium Studies Assignment Presentation (Lect) (MM) (Exer) (Lab) (CAS) (Assign) (G-Pres) Real Life Training session of Industry X X X X X X ExecutiveMarks Distribution: Planned Courseware Events:Particulars % *Weight Less than 4 :<4 More than 2 and less than 5 : >2 &<5 Marks Ranges1. Interactive Session assignments 10 5 ~ 10 Particulars Planned Remarks2. Pop Quizzes 5 5 ~ 10 (Qz/As/Labs)3. First Terminal Exam 15 10 ~ 15 1. Quizzes < or = 4 All quizzes unannounced4. Second Terminal Exam 15 10 ~ 15 2. Assignments/ >2 &<5 Individual assignments 3. Presentations =>1 Mostly group assignment5. Project(s) 10 8 ~ 10 4. Labs < or = 4 Individual Lab Exercises6. Final Exam 45 40 ~ 507. Lab Sessions & assignments 2 ~ 10Total:- 100 100*Weight Ranges as defined in NeONInstructions / Suggestions for STUDENTS for satisfactory progress in this course: FAST has a 100 percent attendance policy. However, students are allowed to sit in the final exam if they have at least 80 percent attendance. Plagarism in any part of the course can lead to an F in the whole course. On average, most students should find at least three hours outside of class for each class hour for satisfactory learning. Note: Counseling hours are displayed outside the doors of permanent faculty members for providing extra guidance to students. However, students are welcome to get help from the instructor at all times.Course Outline, FAST School of Business
  4. 4. __________________________________________________________________________________ For the use of instructors and administration only: Please comment briefly on whether the course outline was followed, particularly if any areas were not covered. Also suggest any changes in the course outline for future teaching. Please comment on whether the learning outcomes, as listed in the outline, were achieved. ObjectiveLearning Outcome (as before) Achieveda. Every student will conduct a Competency Based TNA of at least one organizationb. Every student gets a chance to be a part of team that conducts real life and hands-on training session for an organizationc. Every student will propose a development plan for a real world organizationd. Appear in the exam on the basis of reading academic material related to training and developmente.f.g.h.i.j. Comments:Course Outline, FAST School of Business