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Title      : MB116C Management of Training and Development
Subject      : Management of Training and Development
copyright © 2018   : Karnataka State Open University
Author      : KSOU
Publisher      : Karnataka State Open University
Chapters/Pages      : 14/251
Total Price      : Rs.      : 177
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Concept, Definitions and Components Total views (574)  
Organisations are concerned with productivity. Productivity is output per unit , usually expressed as a ratio. Measurement of productivity helps supervisors examine critical aspects of production. It is usually determined by a single factor index , such as output per hour of capital invested, or a combined - factor index which integrates different inputs into one overall measure.
Pages: 15
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Need Assessment - Importance, Types and Methods Total views (572)  
A business environment is becoming increasingly competitive, complex and highly unpredictable. Organisations are embarking on recruiting , managing and retaining the best people to meet their objectives and mission, which is a critical need for survival and sustenance. To this end, it becomes increasingly important to ensure that their employees have the necessary skills to meet these challenges.
Pages: 19
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Planning and Preparation - Training objectives - Types of Course Content, Essentials /Qualities of Course Content and Elements of Course Content Total views (572)  
Organizing an effective training programme requires lot of planning and preparation. "Planning is the process of thinking, consultation and documentation about how, when, what and by whom, with regard to implementation of any work in future" (Singh 1995). Whereas, preparation is making necessary arrangements to implement the plan properly.
Pages: 17
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Training Course Design-Case Studies Total views (571)  
The training course design is a "technique of arranging the course content in a logical manner, so as to enable the trainees to learn maximum from the training course". 'Guest and Kennedy' are of the opinion that the criteria influencing the 'design of a training course' are: (a) resources available; (b) skills of the trainers; (c) types of trainees; (d) principles of learning; (e) learning object ......
Pages: 24
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Conducting a Training course / EDP / Work shop. Total views (568)  
Conducting a training course requires a lot of meticulous preparation. It is important that at the time of preparing the plan for the training programme, one need to envisage the scenario beyond the implementation stage. One should contemplate the transfer of training to the organisation work. The objective of the planning exercise is to ensure optimum results from ones (trainers) efforts and thos ......
Pages: 24
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Conducting a Training Course / EDP/ Work Shop - Training Skills Relating to Communication and Questioning. Total views (569)  
'Communication skill is the mother of ail skills'. The communication is a complex process, it involves a large number of elements and their activities for communicating a message. Communication is a process of attaining a common level of understanding the information. The important elements of communication process are (i) Communicator (Trainer), (ii) Message, (iii) Channels, (iv) Receiver / Audie ......
Pages: 15
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Conducting a Training Course / EDP / Workshop - Training Skills Relating to Motivation and Body Language. Total views (570)  
'Motivate' (Here the trainee) is any person who has a need to be motivated. Example: employees, service group volunteers, students ere (Trainees). "Motivation is always 'more effective' if the leader (Trainer) tries to impel (persuade) than compel" - The request with affection invariably goes further than a demand.
Pages: 14
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Conducting a Training Course/EDP Work Shop - How To Handle Difficult Situations In a Training Programme - Trainer's Response to Participants' Learning Styles - Are You a Good Trainer? - Case Studies for Self Analysis. Total views (572)  
A few issues relating to managing challenges and dissents are discussed. Any difficult situation should be handled by the trainer carefully applying the tact necessary. Trainer is expected to be patient, cool headed to make the training programme a success. Trainer's response to participants' leaming style should be coordinated by pricking up clues from the participants during the opening activiti ......
Pages: 18
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Evaluation of Training And Development Programmes Total views (575)  
Evaluation of training and development is the most important of the entire training process. Evaluation is an integral part of the training and development process. Nevertheless, evaluation generally is omitted, if the training program is not evaluated, it becomes impossible to rationalize any training effort.
Pages: 23
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Follow Up of Training & Development Total views (576)  
Thus the evaluation of training & development program is very much necessary in any training program without which the training program is incomplete. There are various model that are of immense help in ass easing the training results that are accepted worldwide.
Pages: 16
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Audio - Visual Aids for Training and Development Total views (574)  
Audio-visual aids as training facilitation medium, play a significant role. The use of audio-visual aids enhances the effectiveness of the training programmes as we11 as extension programmes. The audio - visual aids include television slides overhead projectors, video tapes, films etc. These can be used to provide a wide range of realistic examples of job conditions and situations in a condensed p ......
Pages: 11
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Training Methods: Different approaches to Training and Development: - Designing Training methods - Categories of Training Methodologies - Classifications of Training Methods. Total views (574)  
Anyone who is responsible for training the other should be aware of the fact that the trainees are adult learners. Adult learners have distinctive characteristics and needs. When once the trainer understands the principles to be followed to teach adults, he/she will be able to decide the approaches to be followed in a training programme, based on which the methodologies could be decided.
Pages: 15
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Important Training Methods Total views (578)  
On-the-job Training methods like, Apprentice, job rotation, vestibule and job instruction training are explained as skill based training methods - off- the - job training methods like lecture method, group discussion method, case studies, business games, role plays are discussed as knowledge enhancement, problem solving training methods - programmed instruction.
Pages: 27
Price: Rs 20.25   
Merits and Demerits of some of the Important Training Methods E-Learning as Technology Assisted Training- Case Studies Relating to Training and Development Total views (587)  
Merits and demerits of skill Based, knowledge based and behavioral change methods are discussed. E- Learning as technology assisted training analysed. Two cases have been given for analysis.
Pages: 13
Price: Rs 9.75   

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