Sunday, 13 May 2018

Training and Development


Training and Development
Ø  Training: refers to the process of imparting specific skills.
Ø  Development: refers to the learning opportunities designed to help employee grow, long term focus
Ø  Education: is theoretical learning in class-rooms
Training refers to the methods used to give new or present employees the skills they need to perform their jobs.
Ø  Removing performance deficiencies
Ø  Making employees stay long
Ø  Minimizing accidents, scraps, damages
Ø  Meeting current and future needs
Ø  Reduced customers complaints
Ø  Employee satisfaction
The training process: A systematic approach for developing training programs:
Ø  To contribute to competitiveness is that they are designed to the instructional design process
Ø  Systematic approach to developing training program
Ø  ISD: instructional system design
Ø  ADDIE: Analysis, design, development, implementation, evaluation
Ø  Six step training process
I.        Need assessment
II.      Ensuring employees’ readiness for training
III.    Creating learning environment
IV.    Ensuring transfer of training
V.      Selecting training methods
VI.    Evaluation training program
Ø  The five step training and development process:
I.        Need Assessment: identifies the job performance skills
II.      Instructional design:
§  Compile, produce content
§  Workbooks, exercise, activities
III.    Validation steps: small representative audience
IV.    Implementation the program:
§  Actual target group
V.      Evaluation steps:
§  Assessment of programs, success or failure

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