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NEED FOR TRAINING/

PURPOSE OF TRAINING
1. Sub-optimal performance of the
organisations in government , public and
private sectors.
2. Ever widening gap between planning ,
implementation and completion of
projects.
3. Technological change neccessitating
acquistion of new knowledge ability and
skills.
4. Increasing uncertainities and
complexities in the total environment
necessitating flexible and adaptive
responses from organisations
5. Need for both individuals and
organisations to grow at rapid pace.
6. To meet challenges posed by the global
competition.
7. To harness the human potential and give
expression to their creative urges.
8. To enable employees to move from one
job to another.
9. Increasing qualitative demand for
managers & workers.

10. To bridge the gap between what
employee has in terms of knowledge and
skill and what his/her job actually
demands.
11. To enable the new recruits to
understand work.
12. To enable existing employees to update
skill and knowledge.
13. To enable an employee who has been
promoted to understand his
responsibilities.

14. To enable an employee to become
versatile.
15. To enable the employees to adapt to
change in work methods.
16. To match the employee specifications
with the job requirements and
organisational needs.
17. Organisational viability and the
transformation process.
18. Minimise the resistance to change.


19. Enhancement of communication skills.
20. To orient new hires to the organisation.
21. To improve the current performance of
employees who may not be working as
effectively as desired.
22. To prepare employees for future
positions.
23. To prepare employees for forthcoming
organisational restructuring or foe
upcoming changes in design, process and
technology.
24.To ensure competitiveness in market
place by retaining employees.
25. To increase the literacy levels of
employees.
26. To improve interpersonal skills and to
make the organisations a better place to
work.
27. To improve organisational climate,
health and safety.
28.Human relations.

29. Technological advances.
30. Change in the job assignment
31. Increase productivity.
32. Increase productivity.
33.Improve quality of the product.
34.Help a company to fulfill the future
personnel needs.
35.Improve health and safety.
36.Prevent obsolescence.
37. Effect personal growth.


BENEFITS OF TRAINING
I BENEFITS TO ORGANISATION.
1. Leads to improved profitability and or
more positive attitudes towards profit
orientation.
2. Improves the job knowledge and skills at
all levels of the organisation.
3. Improves the morale of the workforce.
4. Helps people identify with organisational
goals.
5. Aids in understanding and carrying out
organisational policies.

5. Helps create a better corporate image.
6. Fosters authenticity, openness and trust.
7. Improve the relationship between boss
and subordinates.
8. Aids in organisational development.
9. Learns from the trainee.
10. Helps to prepare guidelines for work.
11. Provides information for future needs in
all areas of the organisation.


12. Organisation gets more effective in
decision making and problem solving.
13. Aids in developing leadership skill,
motivation, loyalty, better attitudes and
other aspects that successful workers
and managers usually display.
14. Aids in increasing productivity and or
quality of work.
15.Helps keep costs down in many areas
(e.g.) production, personnel,
administration.

16. Improves labour- management.
17. Reduces outside consulting costs by
utilizing competent internal consulting.
18. Stimulates preventive management as
opposed to putting out fires.
19. Elimates sub-optimal behaviour.
20. Creates an appropriate climate for
growth and communication.
24. Aids in improving organizational
communication



25. Helps employees adjust to changes.
26. Aids in handling conflict, thereby helping
to prevent stress and tension.
27. Trained workers can work more
efficiently.
28. They use machines, tools, materials in a
proper way. Wastage is thus eliminated to
large extent.

29.There will be fewer accidents. Training
improves the knowledge of employees
regarding the use of machines and
equipment. Hence, trained worker need
not be put under close supervision,as they
know how to handle operations properly.
30. Trained workers can show superior
performance . They can turn out better
performance . They can turn out better
quality goods by putting the materials,
tools and equipment to good use.
II BENEFITS TO THE INDIVIDUALS
WHICH INTURN ULTIMATELY
SHOULD BENEFIT THE
ORGANISATION.
1. Helps the individual in making better
decisions and effective problem solving.
2. Through training and development,
motivational variables of recognition,
achievement, growth, responsibility and
advancement are internalized.

3. Aids in encouraging and achieving self-
development and self-confidence.
4. Helps a person handle stress, tension,
frustration & conflict.
5. Provides information for improving
leadership knowledge , communication
skills & attitudes.
6. Increases job satisfaction and recognition.
7. Moves a person towards personal goals
which improving interactive skills.

8. Satisfies personal needs of the trainer.
9. Provides the trainee an avenue for
growth.
10. Develops a sense of growth in learning.
11. Helps a person develop speaking and
listening skills also writing skills when
exercises are required.
12. Helps to eliminate fear in attempting new
tasks.

13. Training makes an employee more
useful to a firm . Hence, he will find
employment more easily.
14. Training makes employees more
efficient and effective. By combining
materials, tools and equipment in a right
way, they can produce more with minimum
effort.
15.Training enables employees to secure
promotion easily. They can realise their
career goals comfortably.

16. Training helps an employee to move
from one organisation to another easily.
He can be mobile and pursue career goals
actively.
17. Employees can avoid mistakes,
accidents on the job. They can handle jobs
with confidence. They will be more
satisfied on their jobs. Their morale would
be high.

18. Training can contribute to higher
production fewer mistakes , greater job
satisfaction and lower labour turnover.
Also, it can enable employees to cope with
organisational social and technological
change. Effective training is an invaluable
investment in the human resources of an
organisation.

III BENEFITS IN PERSONNEL AND
HUMAN RELATIONS , INTRA & INTER-
GROUP RELATIONS AND POLICY
IMPLEMENTATION.
1. Improves communication between
groups & individuals.
2. Aids in orientation for new employees
and those taking new jobs through
transfer or promotion.
3. Provides information on other
governmental laws and administrative
policies.

4. Improves inter-personal skills.
5. Provides information on equal opportunity
and affirmative action.
6. Makes organisation policies, rules &
regulations viable.
7. Improves morale.
8. Builds cohesiveness in groups.
9. Provides a good climate for learning ,
growth and coordination.
10. Makes the organisation a better place to
work and lives.