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93ofestablishmentshaveformaltrainingprograms

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Unformatted text preview: in the U.S. T&D in the U.S. Estimated $16 billion to $55 billion annually. 1% of payroll are best estimates for large companies. 93% of establishments have formal training programs 50% of all employees experience some kind of company­sponsored training program in last 12 mos. Steady increase technical training and the % of employees trained over last 10 years. Most common types of training are new employee orientation and supervisory / managerial training. Training vs. Development Training vs. Development Adult Learning Theory Adult Learning Theory Adults need to know why they are learning something. Adults desire to be self­directed. Adults bring more work­related experiences to the learning situation. Adults enter into a learning experience with a problem­ solving orientation. Adults are motivated by both extrinsic and intrinsic motivators. A Typical Learning Curve A Typical Learning Curve Performance High Low Plateau Time (weeks) Training Design Training Design Implications of Adult Learning Theory Mutual planning and collaboration in instruction. Use learner experience as a basis for examples and applications. Develop instruction based on learner’s interests and competencies. Immediate application of content. Problem­centered rather than subject centered learning. Formal vs. Informal Training Most powerful learning experiences come on­the­job Informal training difficult to manage. Training Process Training Process Program Design Needs Assessment Training Implementat...
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This note was uploaded on 02/04/2014 for the course MANA 3320 taught by Professor Boston during the Fall '07 term at UT Arlington.

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