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Practical HR - Module IV
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Saturday, 05 March 2011 12:12
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Training and Development

Program available in-house, Request a Quote


3 days

Program Overview:

The Management of a training program is like producing a film. It requires a producer, a director, a music director, editor, cast and viewers. A film is a hit if the viewers get what they want and becomes a classic if the viewers get what they need. The same goes for a / any training program.

The various stakeholders involved, the company, the corporate management, the functional head, HR dept., training dept., employee, company’s customers, all need to be satisfied or to benefit from it, for a program to be really successful and not be just an exercise in futility.

We need TNA and a TWantsA based on which the program has to be outlined and designed. This is done through performance appraisals, job descriptions, 360 degree appraisals, recruitment selection gaps, psychometrics, in discussion with the individual employee and her supervisor.

Later come the phases of content determination, methodologies and actual delivery of the program and then its evaluation (Kirkpatrick!) at 4 levels.

This program is about all of the above – the management and administration of Training & development.


For more information about this service, please request a meeting with our team.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 September 2011 11:35