Effective Planning in Training and Development

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Kogan Page, 2000 - Business & Economics - 216 pages
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Effective planning is a key element for success in training and development. This very practical book written by one of the most respected experts in training shows how if the planning process is approached correctly, the chances of training hitting home and achieving the right results are vastly improved. Detailing all of the steps needed in the planning and design process to prepare a training and development program the book's emphasis is on direct training practices. As the author clearly shows however the same techniques can be readily applied more widely to such approaches as open learning, interactive video and computer-based training programs, and Internet training programs.

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Leslie Rae is a management and training consultant and a well-known author of management and training books, more than 25 to date, many translated into the language of a number of other countries. Among his well-respected books and training resources are Techniques of Training (3rd edition), Planning and Designing Training Programme, How to Measure Training Effectiveness (3rd edition), and Assessing Trainer Effectiveness published by Gower.He has a regular, monthly training resource review column in the Training Journal, and has written numerous articles for the professional press among other and varied activities. He can be contacted on e-mail at wrae804418@aol.com.

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