Get Recognized For Your Efforts In Learning & Development - CiteHR
Arun Jaiswal
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Dear Friends,

Greetings to all!

A very good HR training program which goes by the name CLDM(Certified Learning & Development Manager) is going to be conducted in Bangalore on 26th & 27th of September.

This training program is Certified by CAMI (Carlton Advanced Management Institute)-USA.

BENEFITS For The Participant:

(1)You will be able to identify strategic learning areas.
(2)You will be able to design questionnaires and analyze the training needs.
(3)You will learn about basic competency development plans.
(4)You can set clear expectations from the training.
(5)You can create a competency improvement grid.
(6)You can select the right modes of training for competency improvement.
(7)You can communicate about the strategic benefits of performance consulting to all levels of the organization.
(8)You can link performance metrics to strategic objectives.
(9)You will be able to analyze performance data for trends and variations.
(10)You can develop a transfer of training mind-set for learners, trainers and supervisors.

Modules Covered:
MODULE 1:Planning, Learning & Development (L&D).
MODULE 2:Competency Development Plans.
MODULE 3:Performance Consulting.
MODULE 4:Getting Management Buy-in.
MODULE 5:Evaluating Training Success.

I take this opportunity to assure you that the take away from this workshop will be a value add in your real time scenario.

Kindly feel free for any further queries related to the training program.

Thanks & Regards,

Hi Arun Can you let me know when a similar program would happen in Mumbai, will be interested in attending the same. Dimple
Dear Arun, The prgm detials sound great.Would like to know as other have asked abt there respective areas any chances of having such a prgm in Kolkata...? Cheers, Sanjeev.
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