The Training Process comprises of 4 key elements :
• Training Need Analysis. This involves the training needs or requirements for this job and/or person.
• Training Objectives. The objectives must be observable and measurable.
• Training Delivery. The techniques involve action learning, on-the-job-training and the like.
• Training Evaluation. This measures learning, reaction, behavior as well as the results.
Evaluating Training Needs
• Task Analysis. This refers to a detailed examination and determination of a job in order to determine the required skills so that suitable training program can be initiated.
• Competency Analysis. This is the thorough study of competency level to determine an insufficiency and then rectify it with a training system or a few other development interventions. Continue reading “4 Key Elements of Training Activities”
Recruitment and Selection. This refers to the processes and procedures in order to guarantee the recruitment and deployment of the appropriate combination of people who can ensure efficient contribution to the firm or organization.
Training and Development. This is considered as a combined role which is usually referred to as HRD or Human Resources Development. This intends to aid develop human resources so to remain competitive in the business or marketplace.
Training concentrates in executing various activities so to help develop workers for their present jobs. On the other hand, development pertains to preparing workers for future responsibilities and roles.
Performance Management. This is all about the culture that bolsters the continuous development of the processes in the business as well as those of an individual’s behavior, skills and contributions. Continue reading “Key Functions of HR Management”