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3) Create Training Action Plan: The next step is to create a comprehensive action plan that includes learning theories, instructional design, content, materials and any other training elements. Resources and training delivery methods should also be detailed. While developing the program, the level of training and partic ipants’ learning styles need to also be considered. Many companies pilot their initiatives and gather feedback to make adjustments before launching the program company-wide. 4) Implement Training Initiatives: The implementation phase is where the training program comes to life. Organizations need to decide whether training will be delivered in-house or externally coordinated. Program implementation includes the scheduling of training activities and organization of any related resources (facilities, equipment, etc.). The training program is then officially launched, promoted and conducted. During training, participant progress should be monitored to ensure that the program is effective. 5) Evaluate & Revise Training: As mentioned in the last segment, the training program should be continually monitored. At the end, the entire program should be evaluated to determine if it was successful and met training objectives. Feedback should be obtained from all stakeholders to determine program and instructor effectiveness and also knowledge or skill acquisition. Analyzing this
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130 feedback will allow the organization to identify any weaknesses in the program. At this point, the training program or action plan can be revised if objectives or expectations are not being met. 14.4 REVISION POINTS 1. Training: Training refers to the teaching and learning activities carried on for the primary purpose of helping members of an organization acquire and apply the knowledge, skills, abilities, and attitudes needed by a particular job and organization. 2. Types of Training: Various types of training can be given to the employees such as induction training, refresher training, on the job training, vestibule training, and training for promotions. 3. Inputs to training: Any training and development programme must contain inputs which enable the participants to gain skills, learn theoretical concepts and help acquire vision to look into the distant future. 14.5 INTEXT QUESTIONS 1. An HR manager conducts new employee orientation for a large organization. His/her work is within which basic HRM function? a. Management b. Motivation c. Career planning d. Training and Development 3. Employee involvement require extensive additional HRM activity in which of these areas? a. Training b. Benefits c. Labour negotiation d. Marketing 4. The cost associated with employee separation and turnover includes a. Recruitment and selection costs b. Training cost c. Separation cost d. all of these 5. Training instruction for a small group, which employs techniques such as role-playing or simulation and involves give-and-take session and problem solving techniques, is called: a. Career counselling b. Workshop c. Development plan d. d)on-the-job orientation
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