Amitmhrm
Hr Practices
Jdsehgal
Training, Hr, Life Skills
Sonhr
Hr Professional
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Dear friends and Seniors
I need ur help.
I am a fresher working in a hospital and have to prepare a training module. Kindly help me with important and relevant points to consider while making this module. As this is the first time we are going to implement training here.
Waiting for favourable reply.
Sonal

From India, Pune
HI Sonal,

Here is some guidelines that you may follow while doing the exercise-

1) The unit/Department ‘mission, goals, and specific objectives

2) Structure of the unit/Department/Organization (ORGANIZATION CHART)

3) Probationary Period

4) Time Keeping/ Recording Hours, breaks and Lunch-time

5) Leaves and Holidays

6) Pension Schemes and Life Insurance

7) Car and other EXPENSES Claims

8) Disciplinary Procedure

9) Grievance Procedure

10) General rules, regulations and Employee relations reference materials

11) Department Special Policies

12) Transfer

And here is the checklist to make the Training program effective-

Checklist for planning a Training program:-

1. Have appropriate rooms been booked?

2. Are the rooms big enough for all course activities?

3. Is the level of heating/cooling appropriate throughout the venue?

4. Is the light right for slides, overhead projector?

5. Is blackout material available if required?

6. Is the sound right?

7. Is amplification required?

8. Are there enough seats?

9. Are the seats comfortable enough for the whole period of the course?

10. Are adequate power points available?

11. Have you considered possible interruptions and guarded against it:

a. Telephones in training room

b. Noise from adjoining rooms

c. Noise from outside

d. Unrestricted entry

12. Do participants need to bring anything?

13. Have you sent joining instructions:

a. A map

b. Details of how to get to venue

c. Details of Start/Finish times

d. Train/Plane times

e. Dietary requirements

f. Names of Course Leaders

g. Contact address and telephone numbers

h. Has attendance being confirmed?



Waiting for your response over the same.

Regards,

Amit Seth.

From India, Ahmadabad
Hi Sonal,
What kind of training module are you supposed to prepare? For which level of employees? In hospitals, as you will know, there are five distinct groups:
1. doctors
2. nurses
3. lab technicians and other medical support staff
4. cleaners/stretcher lifters/ward boys etc
5. support admin staff
If you give me more specific details it will be of help to answer.
Geetha

From India, Coimbatore
Dear Friends, I am working in healthcare sector, kindly provide me a model of the HR training Calender with colour coding systems. with regards, bhadra
From India, Palakkad
Dear friends,

I am Sathish kumar.J, post graduate nurse administrator and educator, working at a superspeciality hospital and college of nursing, would like to leave a comment on training in hospital.

I strongly aggree with Geetha.Manohar. Even the doctors, nurses and other patient care workers also we have various levels. we are working around the clock with human beings, not a machines, so the training must not be a trail and error. The learner or workers must be trained in three domains like knowledge, attitude and skill in patient care.

Here another giant comes, the technology and quality of patient care.

Trainig,It involves multi-disciplinary team work. We must realize one thing that all the training institutions had trained during their college level so it must start from their known to unknown.

the learning activity must be evaluated followed by the demonstration then only it will be effective.

I am ready to help you to train the nurses to achieve the quality nursing care.

for further help please contact me at

From India, Bangalore
Dear Sonal & Bhadra,
Please find below few training topics which would be useful for healthcare/hospital industry.
- Stress Management.
- How to be non emotional and detach yourself from the situation.
- Great experience for patients - Customer Service.
- Handling Difficult Patients.
- Problem solving and decision making.
- Spirituality and living.
You can contact me if you want the trainings getting delivered in your respective organisations.
Regards,
Jeevan Deep Sehgal

From India, New Delhi
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