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Dear All, Could y plz. explain How we calculate.................? Training Man Hrs Training Man Days Plz. explain with example. Regards Ram
As per best of my understanding as per his working hours in a day Vs. Training duration in hours.
Depends on training if we are having trainees from any insitute than we have to provide them therotical exposure with pratical. 4 hours theory 4 Hours Practical
As per my understanding as well as the our companies systems. We calculate the net effective hours utilized deducting breaks, in-training tests, discussions & query solving time. So we are generally left out with max 6:45 hours a day if we calculate full days working.
This would be more effective way of calculating the man hours so that we can get the best out of the training & we can understand the relative costs.
Regards,
Chitral Shah

Actually while giving in the training sessions undergone by the employee we give in training mandays, so for one manday it is complete one day that is complete working hours in the company. Incase if company is split up of the training sessions into hours like every week or month post lunch sessions or like wise it depends upon how many hours sessions has been taken up and the whole together added up again to give the number of mandays only in the MIS or in the Safety Statistics etc.,
Regards,
Mushtaq.

Dear Friends,
Man hours is nothing but no. of participants x No. of hours training provided. One Man day is 8 man hours. Ex. 15 participants x 8 hours = 120 man hours or 15 Mandays.
Hope this clears the doubt.
G.K.Manjunath
Manager-HR

Hi there,
Man days of training
•Man days (correctly referred to as “people days”) Is an industry standard for measuring volume. As a volume indicator it is then compared with cost to give a unit cost
•If 9 people attended a two day course how many man days of training have taken place. 9 x 2 = 18 man days
•At its simplest calculating the unit cost is an easy task Total training costs divided by total man days = the unit cost for one day of training

Training Man hours = (as rightly stated by Manjunath) no. of trainees X trg hours
Training Mandays = sum total of (no of hrs the trainer has conducted a stand-up trg class)
If the trainer is responsible for coaching / refresher training on a regular basis, one can even consider those hrs in the trg mandays.

Dear Ram,
Multiply no. of participants with the duration of the training will give you Man Hours. Add all the man hours of all the training conducted and divide it by 8, you will get mandays
Regards
Lakshita

Dear Mr. Ram,
ØCalculation of Man Hours
Total No. Of Participants * Total Hours spent on that day

ØCalculation of Man Days

Man Hours / 8
Regards
(Vineet Kumar Sharma)

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