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2009/Reshmi Pillai

General INPUTS in a Training Programme

Technical Skills Education Development Ethics Behavioral Changes

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METHODS & TECHNIQUES: Training


Off-the-job Training: - Lecture - Discussion - Demonstration - Skill lesson - Role play - Case study - Training games - Group exercises - Programmed learning - Motion pictures - Videos - Colour slides - Overhead projector transparencies On-the-job training: - Orientation Training - SOP training - Apprentice training - Internships - Job rotation
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METHODS & TECHNIQUES: Development


Decision making skills Interpersonal skills Job knowledge Organisational knowledge General knowledge Specific individual needs

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FUNCTIONS of a Training Manager


Professional Foundations - Communicate effectively in visual, oral and written form. - Comply with established legal and ethical standards. - Maintain networks to advocate for and support the training function - Update and improve professional and business knowledge, skills, and attitudes. Planning and analysis - Develop and monitor a strategic training plan. - Use performance analysis to improve the organization. - Plan and promote organizational change. Design and Development - Apply instructional system design principles to training projects. - Use technology to enhance the training function. - Evaluate training and performance interventions. Administration - Apply leadership skills to the training function. - Apply management skills to the training function. - Apply business skills to the training function. - Implement knowledge management solutions.
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Analyze the current position of the workforce & direct them to advancements Should be aware of the training needs of the organisation and the employees, as well Need to decide the levels of training to be provided to different cadres of employees Must decide on issues like trainer identification, handout material, venue, mode of training impartation etc. Must take care of the budgetary issues concerning training Is responsible for the effectiveness of the training, thus needs to focus on training evaluation & effectiveness

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Changing ROLE of a Training Manager


Managing the trainings needs of the new flexible workforce Temporary, contract, flexi timing employees Managing the ambitions of the Gen Y employees Managing the new emphasis of soft skills in managers Technical Challenge Keeping up the new technologies Strategic Challenge Monitoring expected changes Professional Challenge Keeping pace with continuous professional changes Internal Consultant/ Information Coordinator new age Training Manager

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ROAD BLOCKS to effective training


Management Commitment Average relative spending on training is low rung Poaching trend in recruitment Training is not sanjeevani & nor are trainers are Alchemists process support mandatory Supportive image of training

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