Human Resource Development

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Assignment Brief ……………………………………………………………………………..i-ix Acknowledgement ………………………………………………………………………………x Executive Summary…………………………………………………………………………… xi
1.0 Introduction2
1.0Task 013
2.1 Role of UK Government in training & development3
2.2.1 NVQs and competency movements in the UK4
2.2.2 NVQ Levels of UK5
2.3 Contemporary trainings initiatives in Sri Lanka6
2.3.1 Vocational Institute of Sri Lanka6
2.3.2 Tertiary and Vocational Education Commission (TVEC)6
2.3.3 National Apprentice and Industry Training Authority (NAITA)7
2.3.4 The Ceylon German Technical Training Institute (CGTTI)7
2.3.5 NVQs in UK and Sri Lanka8
3.0. Task 039
3.1 Training and Development9
3.2 Identifying Employee Training Needs10
3.3 Importance of Employee Training for the Bank10
3.4 Factors for Training and Development11
3.5 Importance of Evaluation11
3.6 The Way of Evaluation Needs To Be On Going12
4.0 Conclusion13
5.0 Reference14

1.0 Introduction
Human Resource Development is a process and planned activities designed, such as use of training, organization, and career development efforts by an organization to improve individual, group and organizational effectiveness. The development process builds up major competencies that facilitate to execute current and future job demands and enable the organization to meet its strategic objectives. Human resource management (HRM) includes many roles and Human resource development (HRD) is just one of the functions within Human Resource Management. Functions of the HRD are Training and development, Career development and Organizational development. HRD manager’s role towards this is incorporate HRD with organizational goals and strategies while modify HRD to corporate needs and budget, Promotes HRD as a profit enhancer and employee performance enhancement. According to the theories of learning in HRD, is important to recognize how do people learn and thus there are six main theories comes under learning styles; such as behaviorism, cognitivism, social learning theory, social constructivism, multiple intelligences and brain based learning. NVQs and competency movements are established in the UK government in order to enhance occupational skills of employees. These are based on national occupational standards. Standards are statements of performance describe what capable people in a particular occupation are expected to be able to do. HRD include ways and methods of identifying training and development needs and how training contribute to achieve of business objectives and the role a training and development policy for a business organization. Evaluations on factors are significant which are important for planning a training and development. Human Resource Development is vital towards achieving company objectives and need to be aware of when training and development need to be.

1.0 Task 01
2.1 Role of UK Government in training & development
United Kingdom government is identify occupations for which skills and training required, recognizes the significance of training and provide incentives to attract and retain the employees. And discover the issues in manpower planning, development and determine that government can execute to promote training. The Department of Employment and Learning-UK

This department provided wide range of training and development programmes to the people around the United Kingdom. Aim of the department is to promote learning and skills, to prepare people for work and to support the economy. Objectives are to support economic, social and personal development through high quality learning, help people into employment, research and skills training and offer good employment practices. Major activities of the department

* Develop the demand and condition of learning skills, entrepreneurship, management, enterprise and leadership skills. * Maintain and increase the level of research and...
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