Planning and Designing Training Programmes

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Gower Publishing, Ltd., 1997 - Business & Economics - 244 pages
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The quality of the planning will be instrumental to the ultimate success of any training or development programme, yet as the demands on today's trainers are constantly changing, the pressure to devise effective training, often at short notice, is increasing. This latest book by one of the UK's leading training authors looks in detail at the entire planning process, set very much within today's challenging corporate context. Included are all the considerations a trainer needs to be aware of, ranging from skills assessment and learning styles, to relative benefits of on the job and off the job training, and the value of different types of training formats. Finding time for proper evaluation is crucial too, and Leslie Rae highlights a wide range of options. Also included is a unique index of available training resources.
 

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Contents

Figures
5
Identifying current training needs
39
Planning and Designing Training and Development Programmes
57
Training objectives
75
Onthejob training
85
Offthejob training
97
Planning the training sessions 1
117
Planning the training sessions II
132
Evaluating training and development programmes
161
Evaluating before at the start of and during
173
Before or at the start Knowledge tests KnowledgeSkills
183
Evaluating at the end of the training programme
200
Evaluating after the training programme
215
Index of training resources
233
Further reading
239
Copyright

Planning activity sessions
151

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