Training Design & Implementation (HRD programme (Step 1: Define…
Training Design & Implementation
Importance of training programme
Manage the employees better
Ensure equality among employees
Improve their soft skills and abilities
Provide a safe environment in the organisation
Improve career advancements and opportunities
Maximise overall productivity
Methods of training programmes
Step 1: Define Objectives
Step 2: Develop Lesson Plan
Step 3: Develop/acquire materials
Step 4: Select trainer
Step 5: Select method and techniques
Step 6: Schedule Programme
Tips for effective training for trainers
Simple and concise objectives
Allow trainees to practise
Get trainees involved
Do follow ups
Training textbooks & manuals
Classroom preparation checklist
Obtain roster of attendees for training session.
Provide trainees with any pre-training instructions.
Ensure room is easy for trainees to locate (e.g., make signs, if necessary).
Ensure lighting is appropriate for activities such as note taking, viewing of audio-visual aids, and hands-on computer training.
Ensure any sound distractions are eliminated or minimized.
Ensure temperature is comfortable for trainees and cool enough for equipment.
Ensure system security is correctly established for all trainees.
Arrange handouts in order of use.
Name cards or tags for trainees
DEFINITION OF TRAINING PROGRAMMES
Specially designed for employees in the organisation to learn and grow in order to achieve individual and organisational goals
helps employees learn specific knowledge or skills to improve performance in their current roles.