The Training Process

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The Training Process Training refers to the methods employers use to give new or present employees the skills they need to perform their jobs The Training and Development Process Needs Analysis Step , you identify the specific knowledge and skills the job requires, and compare these with the prospective trainees’ knowledge and skills Instructional Design Step, you formulate specific training objective, review possible training program content and estimate a budget for the training program Implement the Program by actually training the targeted employee group using methods such as online training Evaluation Step , you assess the program’s success or failures Training Needs Analysis Task Analysis is a detailed study of the job to determine what specific skill is required and breaks
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Unformatted text preview: the jobs into subtasks and teaching each to the new employee Performance Analysis means verifying that there is a performance deficiency and determining whether that deficiency should be rectified through training or through some other means Performance analysis determines the nature of the performance problem Performance analysis usually starts with appraising the employee’s performance Competency Models Competency Model consolidates, usually in one diagram, an overview of the competencies someone would need to do a job well The model’s aim is to identify and compile in one place the competencies that are crucial for executing the job Subsequent Training aims to develop the job’s core competencies...
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