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WHAT IS TRAINING?
Organized activity that delivers information and/or instructions to improve the recipient's performance or to help him acquire a required level of knowledge or skill

Training is an educational process. People can learn new information, re-learn and reinforce existing knowledge and skills, and most importantly have time to think and consider what new options can help them improve their effectiveness at work.

WHAT IS TRAINING FOR?
The goal of training is to create an impact that lasts beyond the end time of the training itself. The focus is on creating specific action steps and commitments that will help people introduce new skills at work.

Top Reasons to Train your Employees
1. Increase productivity
If staff are aware of what they’re doing and are properly trained, the company’s productivity will increase with better quality service and more efficient staff. 2. Reduce employee turnover
Investing in your employees will make them feel that you are interested in developing their skills and they may stay with the company longer. 3. Increase ability to incorporate new technologies
Keeping up to date with technology is a constant battle. Ensuring that your employees are current with technology will not only enable them to do their job better but also make sure that your company is at the forefront when it comes to the competition. 4. Increase safety to decrease work-related injury/illness

This protects not only the employee, but also the employer when it comes to possible corporate manslaughter charges. 5. Help employees meet new responsibilities
Training for newly promoted employees is beneficial to both the company and the employee in terms of productivity, effectiveness and efficiency. 6. Increase job satisfaction, morale and motivation among employees A happy workforce is a productive workforce. Training increases the well-being of employees and reduces absenteeism, mistakes and stress in the workplace 7. Enhance company image, e.g. conducting diversity training PR is increasingly important in the corporate world. Gaining an accreditation such as IIP (Investors In People) can be prestigious in terms of promoting the company and ensuring that people would like to work for, and with the organization. 8. Enhance risk management, e.g., training about sexual harassment, diversity training Training in essential areas will reduce the risks associated with employing people and potential legal claims afterwards.

Cognitive methods provide verbal or written information, demonstrate relationships among concepts, or provide the rules for how to do something. These stimulate learning through their impact on cognitive processes and are associated most closely with changes in knowledge and attitudes. These types of methods can also be called as off-the-job training methods. Behavioral Methods allows trainee to practice behavior in real or stimulates fashion. They stimulate learning through behavior and are best for skill development and attitude change as on-the-job training methods.

How to make training effective?
1.Allocate major resources and adequate time to training.
2.Ensure that the training contributes to the strategy of the firm. 3.Ensure a systematic and comprehensive approach.
4.Make learning fundamental to company's development.
5.Create a system( questionary ) to evaluate the effectiveness of the training. 6.Ensure that specific needs of proper training like organizational, operational are provided.

On-the-job is a particularly good way of developing technical skills. During on-the-job training, a colleague or supervisor guides the employee through tasks and processes so that the employee knows how to perform the task. •apprenticeship - the system of apprenticeship first developed in the later Middle Ages and came to be supervised by craft guilds and town governments. Apprenticeship is a training a new generation of practitioners of a structured competency...
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