It is a learning process that involves the acquisition of knowledge, sharpening of skills, concepts,
rules, or changing of attitudes and behaviors to enhance the performance of employees.
Training is activity leading to skilled behavior
HRM 5503 Chapter 5 Review: Training Design
1. ABC Ltd. has made a strategic decision to expand into China. As such, it
made the decision to provide six managers training in basic Mandarin.
Given this training decision, ABC Ltd. will most likely
HRM 5503 Chapter 1 Review: The Training and Development Process
1. Performance management is the acquisition of knowledge, skills, and
abilities to improve performance in ones current job.
2. Development is the acquisition of knowledge,
Future of Training and Development
Evolution of Training
Learning experience influenced by:
Changes in the workplace.
Changing nature of work.
Increase in employee-initiated
1. Lecture Method
Transfer large amounts in short time.
Listeners all get same message.
Not effective for development of skills/change of
Little learner involvement.
2. Discussion Method
Designed to introduce new employees to
their job, co-workers, and the
organization; conducted by HR
and the Hiring Manager.
Skills that are required for work, learning,
Training & Development Process
Why Training Is
Learning Activity Think Pair Share
Describe situations throughout your day
where you have assumed the person you
interacted with was trained and
Why Training Is
The Needs Analysis Process
Process to identify gaps or deficiencies in employee
and organizational performance.
A need is a _ between current and desired
Step 1: A Concern
_ or a pressure
HRM 5503 Chapter 6 Review: Off-the-Job Training Methods
1. The lecture method offers trainees four key advantages; efficiency, accuracy
of material dissemination, allows for large amounts of information to be
shared with trainees, and offers tr
Blueprint that outlines the training
program in terms of sequence of activities
that will take place in the training program.
A cohesive unit of instruction with a
specific learning objective.
Off-the-Job Training Methods
Trainer presents to trainees the
content to be learned.
Two-way communication between the
trainer and trainees as well as among
3. Case Study
What is Management?
Process of getting things done, efficiently
and effectively, through and with other
A. Interpersonal Role
Process to assess the _ or
worthiness of training programs to
employees and to organizations.
Why Conduct Training
Assist managers in identifying what,
and who, should be trained
HRM 5503 Chapter 7 Review: On-the-Job Training Methods
1. The most widely used on-the-job training method is the lecture.
lectures off-the-job training
2. One of the attractive features of on-the-job training is its relatively low initia
HRM 5503 Chapter 4 Review: The Needs Analysis Process
1. A needs analysis is required to determine who needs training and what type
of training they need.
2. A needs analysis helps to determine what type of training and development
HRM 5503 Chapter 8 Review: Technology-Based Training Methods
1. Technology-based training is a training method that uses technology to
deliver course content.
2. Synchronous training provides trainees with maximum flexibility, allowing
Learning, Motivation and Training
Understand the learning cycle and how Kolbs
learning styles apply to your individual learning
Discuss how Kolbs framework applies to developing
appropriate training and development program
The Training Process
Managerial Development and Training
Evaluating the Training and Development Effort
Employee orientation provides new employees
with basic background information
TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT
Training and development has become increasingly essential to the success of modern organisations, yet
some still look at training as a problem or as something that is not taken seriously. Training and
development is one key appro
TRAINING AND DEVELOPMNT TREND RESEARCH
Some of the major trends in surrounding areas of organizational development in training and strategy in
Japan are mostly brought about by challenges. These challenges then lead to problem solving which
results to cha
Training & Behavioral
Describe the basic training process.
Explain the nature of at least five training techniques.
Discuss what management development is and why
Describe the five on-and-off-the-job development
Explain why trai
IMPLEMENTING THE TRAINING PROCESS
IMPLEMENTING THE TRAINING PROCESS
The implementation phase includes selection of contents
and methods to be used and the actual training and / or
It also covers the logistical aspects like venue, foo
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India and Canada cross culture report
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What is Training?
The process of teaching new employees the
basic skill they need to perform their job.
What are the steps?
Implement the program
Step # 1: Need analys
END-USER TRAINING BENEFITS
Many of our customers vary in skill-sets. Some end-users are knowledgeable working with specific
software and different hardware components. Although most customers comprehend the basics, many
of them have not received any forma
Built in tension
Cross cultural training
On the job training.
Job instruction training
Introduction to Training and
Understand the meaning of performance
management (PM), training and development
(T&D), and human resources development (HRD)
Discuss the meaning of strategic human resource
Understand how training design is a critical phase
of the ISD Model
Define the characteristics of effectively
formulated training objectives
Describe how to determine the content of a
Define needs analysis and describe the steps involved in the needs
Understand the different methods and sources for conducting a needs
Describe the process of determining solut
On-the-Job Training Methods
Trainee receives instruction and training at their
work station from a supervisor or experienced coworker.
Most _ method of training workers.