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Traditional training methods

  1. 1. Traditional training methods Presentation by:Aditi Ambaskar Shivam Gupta Kaustubh Dave Shonak Dey Vaibhav Singh Rathore
  2. 2. Traditional Training • Presentation method • Hands on method • Group building method
  3. 3. 1. Presentation Method A) Lecture - Wants trainees to learn by spoken words. • Classificationa)Standard Lecture b)Team Teaching c)Panels d)Student Presentation e)Guest Speaker
  4. 4. B) Audio Visual TechniquesIt is mixture of audiovisual instructions given to trainees by providing real life experiences and examples.
  5. 5. 2. Hands on method Training methods that require the trainee to be involved in learning. It includes:• • • • • • On the job training Simulations Case studies Business games Role plays Behavior modeling
  6. 6. ON JOB TRAINING • • • • Training in normal situation Also called direct instruction One on One training Used for unskilled and semiskilled workers • Not most efficient but easy to train
  7. 7. Simulation Simulation means imitation of a real life process using computer or other technical device • Types I. Live II. Virtual III. constructive
  8. 8. Case studies • Description about how employees or an organization dealt with a difficult situation • Trainees required to – Analyze – Actions – Suggestions
  9. 9. Business game Business game refers to simulation games that are used at an educational tool for teaching business. Business games may be carried out for various business training such as: general management, finance, organizational behavior, human resources etc.
  10. 10. Role Plays • It focuses on interpersonal skills , intensity of the participants. • Trainee act on the characters assigned to them. • The details of the situation is given to the trainees. • Outcomes are depended on the reactions of the other people.
  11. 11. Behaviour Modelling • Based on principle of social learning theory. • Helps in teaching interpersonal and computer skills. • It is appropriate for learning and behavioural skills than factual information. • Involves presenting trainees with the model who demonstrate key behaviour.
  12. 12. 3. Group Building Methods • Adventure Learning:- development of teamwork and leadership skills using structured outdoor activities. • Team Training:- involves coordinating the performance of individuals who works together for common goal.
  13. 13. • Action learning:- involves giving leaders or work groups an actual problem having them work on solving it. • Experimental training:- The trainees are moved outside their comfort zones but within limit so as not to reduce trainee motivation or ability.
  14. 14. conclusion Traditional training methods involves various criteria's for employees working with a instructor to review different situations that occur considering how employees can deliver their best.
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