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Training

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...

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Training

Types of Training There are many approaches to training. We focus here on the types of training that are commonly employed in present-day organisations. Skills training: This type of training is most common in organisations. The process here is fairly simple. The need for training in basic skills (such as reading, writing, computing, speaking, listening, problem solving, managing oneself, knowing how to learn, working as part of a team, leading others) is identified through assessment. Specific...

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Training

 Training can... Help ensure that employees have skills to work with new technology. Help employees understand how to work effectively in teams to contribute to product and service quality. Ensure that the company’s culture emphasizes innovation, creativity, and learning. Ensure employment security by providing new ways for employees to contribute when their : jobs change or interests change skills become obsolete Training is a planned effort by a company to facilitate the learning of...

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Training and Development

recommendations on establishing training and development departments in businesses large and small and improving existing training and development departments. Companies may feel that they are able to hire experienced employees through the candidate pool that is currently available and that having a specialized department for this purpose will be too expensive, but training and development provide benefits to the company and employees alike. According to Noe (2013): The goal of training is for employees to...

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Training Evaluation

order, Drop check, Table turn. (Shcarf, 2012) 2. Demonstrate employee’s customer service and team work skills. 3. Accomplish tasks quickly and accurately through team work. Evaluation Design: The best suited evaluation for this training is Pretest/Posttest and a Comparison Group. This is the most expensive evaluation process. The comparison group requires more time on the part of both the program staff and the evaluator. This includes meeting time, consulting time, and time to share...

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Training Methdology

ISTD Diploma in Training and Development Paper: IV Training Methodology I Response Sheet No. 1 Registration NO – 71/23516 Name – Gurdeep Singh Ques 1) How do Adults Learn? How is Andragogy different from Pedagogy? What is the role of appropriate climate setting in desired training outcomes? Andragogy (adult learning) is a theory that holds a set of assumptions about how adults learn. Andragogy is derived from the Greek word meaning ‘adult’.Andragogy emphasizes the value of the process of...

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Training Plan

Training sessions must be conducted to incorporate the new piece of machinery TRAINING OBJECTIVES • After a one hour in-house training session, trainee will be aware of all safety procedures to ensure a safe work place • After a one hour in-house training session trainee will be fluent with the technical capabilities of the new packaging machine and be familiar with the benefits and importance this machinery brings to the business • After a one hour on the job training session...

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HRM Training

The Hong Kong Jockey Club is one of biggest organization in Hong Kong owns 24000 employees, their mission is to provide total customer satisfaction through meeting the expectations of all customers and stakeholders. Therefore, it provides different training for staff, purpose to train their teamwork, communicate effectively and provide good customer service. Besides, the courses include business management, marketing promotion and customer service. It can make sure staff to obtain more skills and knowledge...

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On the Job Training: Orientation and Training Program

Running head: ON THE JOB TRAINING: ORIENTATION AND TRAINING On the Job Training: Orientation and Training Program On the Job Training: Orientation and Training Program Any company that has hired employees knows how important orientation and training can be. Without the proper training employees will always be one step behind. The proper training early on can save countless hours of error correcting and re-training. Explaining the company policies and expected work ethic early on can...

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Fartlek Training

Fartlek Training   Fartlek was developed by Swedish cross-country coach Gosta Holmer and means ‘speed play’ in Swedish. This high intensity workout was developed for cross-country runners and incorporated faster-than-race-pace, high speed/endurance training. In the 1920’s, time and time again, the Finns thrashed the Swedes in cross-country running events, so in the 1930’s, Homer introduced a new era of training for the Swedes and eventually the world. Swedish runners who Fartleked flew past world...

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