A thorough training program that focuses on chiselling the skills of a manager or a co-coordinator in accordance with the needs of training and training administration.
The program outline is up to date and pertinent to marketplace requirements, thus catering well to all analytical prediction of training needs in the specified area. A customised proposal can also be arranged, to suit the training requirements of your team.
By the end of the program, participants will be able to:
- Describe how business strategy influences training
- Identify some critical training concepts including principles of adult learning and learning styles
- Identify different methods of needs assessment and the advantages and disadvantages of each
- Write effective learning objectives
- List the characteristics of an effective trainer and identify some of the problems and solutions of training delivery
- Create a work environment that facilitates the transfer of training
- Evaluate the effectiveness of training
Who Should Attend?
Training and development managers, officers and coordinators involved in the needs analysis process, organizing training program and evaluating the results of training.
Strategic Training and Development
■ The Strategic Training and Development Process
■ Roles of Employees and Managers
■ Top Management Support
■ Aligning Training to Strategy
Some Critical Training Concepts
■ Principles of Adult Learning
■ Learning Styles
■ The Experiential Approach to Training
The Training Needs Assessment Process (TNA)
■ Why Do a Needs Assessment?
■ Who Should Participate in Needs Assessment?
■ Methods Used in Needs Assessment
■ Advantages and Disadvantages of TNA Methods
■ The Needs Assessment Process
Designing the Training Program
■ The Basics of Training Design: Gagne Principles
■ Training Design Activities
■ Purposes of Training Objectives
■ Writing Training Objectives
■ Developing Course Material
To Buy or to Design
■ The Purchase-or-Design Decision
Delivering the Training Program
■ The Training Session Plan
■ Training Delivery Activities
■ The Trainer, Train-The-Trainer and Trainees
■ The Training Site
■ Seating Arrangement
■ Scheduling and Administering the Training
■ Training Delivery: Problems and Solutions
Transfer of Training
■ What is the Transfer of Training?
■ Barriers to the Transfer of Training
■ Transfer of Training Framework:•Role of Management, Trainer and Trainees, Before, During and After the Training
■ Why Conduct Training Evaluations?
■ Models of Training Evaluation •Kirkpatrick – Four Levels of Evaluation
•Phillips OI Process Model