320TrainingandDevelopment (1)

320TrainingandDevelopment (1) - – Pure-Part Training –...

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Training and Development Keeping the Workforce current in their Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSA’s)
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Need for Training Several factors affect the need for training: Electronic revolution (computer revolution) Biotechniology – Medical advances increase the life span of workers – need for training goes up
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Providers of Training Unions Apprenticeship programs – learning by doing Government CETA (Comprehensive Employment in Training Act) JPTA (Job Partnership Training Act Employer
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Elements of Any Good Training Program Are the employees trainable? Motivation Ability How to arrange the training environment to facilitate learning Internal and External Factors Active Practice
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Elements of Training (Cont’d) Methods of Distribution: Whole Part Training
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Unformatted text preview: – Pure-Part Training – Progressive Part Training • Meaningfulness • Overlearning • Individual Learning Rates Elements – Cont’d • How do you ensure retention and transfer of training? – Active Practice – Overlearning – Maximize the similarity between training environment and the workplace – Evaluation of training Training Methods • Lecture – verbally providing information to a group of people – Adv: Cheap, quick – Dis: Doesn’t allow for individual learning, boring. • On-the-job Training (OJT) – Learning the job by actually performing the job – Adv: Max. similarity of training environment and job, taps into motivation – Dis: Success of OJT depends on the trainer’s skill and motivation...
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