Handbook of Human Resource Management Practice

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Monday, October 12, 2009

THE TRAINING PROCESS CONT-SELECT THE TRAINEES,SELECT THE TRAINING METHODS AND MODE,EVALUATING OF TRAINING

(e) SELECT THE TRAINEES

There should be a correct procedure to select the employees for training programmes so that the person who really needs the trainings can be select. Otherwise if the trained and well skillful employees were selected for the same training which has no contribution to their improvement, it will cost only money and time.

(f) SELECT THE TRAINING METHODS AND MODE

The training method and mode should be trainee friendly. If the education level of trainee is not in the standard of the training programme, the trainee will be unable to understand the core of the training, and then again the time of both employer and employee will be wasted. Employer should have a sense to identify the methods which are effective for the training programme. The methods and mode can differ from one training programme to other.

(g) EVALUATING OF TRAINING

Once after the training, there should be a procedure or a method to evaluate the training. That will help for further developments and training programmes. After a good training programme, the trainee should be developed. Development after training shows the effectiveness of the training programme.

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