INTRODUCTION

Training and development is a function of human resource management concerned with organizational activity aimed at bettering the performance of individuals and groups in organizational settings.

OBJECTIVE OF TRAINING

TRAINING CYCLE

TRAINING

DEVELOPMENT

  • Learning skills & knowledge for doing a particular job.
  • Import specific skills.
  • Short term Perspective.
  • Job centered in Nature.
  • Growth of Employees in all respect.
  • It is more general & aims at overall growth.
  • Long term Perspective.
  • Career centered in Nature.

BENEFITS OF TRAINING TO EMPLOYERS

BENEFITS OF TRAINING TO EMPLOYERS

ROLES OF TRAINER

TRAINING OPERATIONS

DESIGN TRAINING PROGRAMME

TYPES OF TRAINING

METHODS OF TRAINING

  1. ON THE JOB TRAINING(At place of work)

(i)Coaching

(ii)Understudy

(iii)Position Rotation

  1. VESTIBULE TRAINING(Adapted to environment at the place of work)
  2. OFF THE JOB TRAINING(Away from work place)

(i)Special Lecture cum Discussion

(ii)Conference

(iii)Case Study

(iv)Sensitivity training

(v)Special Projects

TRAINING EVALUATION TECHNIQUES

  • Pre & Post Course Tests
  • Questionnaires
  • Appraisals
  • Surveys
  • Trainer Interviews
  • Trainer Observed Behavior
  • Records of Performance
  • Action Plan Follow-Up
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