Laxman Dalavi
Hr Executive
Proprietor - R N I Associates
Sales And Marketing
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Thread Started by #pooja_1september

I have around 5 years of experience in HR. Now i want to take in depth knowledge of Training and development. I mean training CALENDER, FEEDBACK, EVALUATION and other material. please help me. If possible please provide me some ppt to understand the basics.
Pooja Aggarwal
11th November 2010 From India, Ghaziabad
no reply?????????????????????????????????????????? waiting for positive response. Pooja Aggarwal
11th November 2010 From India, Ghaziabad
Dear Pooja,
If you are interested you can go through a 2 years intense traning and devlopment you can take a Diploma in Training and Devlopment from Institute of Training and Devlopment from New Delhi.
13th November 2010 From India, Thana
There is a ton of stuff already posted here on CiteHR on training and development. Use the Download Search Box at the top of the page. SEARCH FIRST ASK SECOND
13th November 2010 From Australia, Melbourne
Hi Pooja Here I have attached an pdf on DESIGNING AN EFFECTIVE TRAINING EVALUATION PROCESS,I hope it will be useful for you.
13th November 2010 From India, Madras

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me too think so, it is good approach as being practical than bookish.. i vil try it must.. thankx a ton for sharing this with me. Regards : Pooja Rathor
1st October 2012 From India, Pune
Dear Sir, Please give to me information for Training & Development in the industries.(Training Process & How to conduct shop floor training & Give the suitable exam.)
19th October 2013 From India, Mumbai
Hi Laxman,

If you prefer, you can do a detailed course by ISTD, New Delhi. A few tips from my experience to sail you through are as follows:

1. You need to define your topic and scope in affiliation with the people (likely the management of the company) setting you up to this task, and determine your key deliverables.

2. Do a lot of and detailed research regarding the topic staying within your defined scope for material including examples and finalize the content.

3. Having decided the content, you need to assimilate the same in a presentable form.

4. Practice the delivery including activities that you have planned (even if it means in the privacy of your home after office hours) to build your confidence.

5. Deliver on the D - Day, as committed.

6. Preferably take assessment of your audience before, during and post training to evaluate the effectiveness of your programme.

7. Seek feedback on the effectiveness of your programme from the audience. this will give you a chance to better yourself as well.

8. Present your findings and observations to the management with suggestions for continuous improvement.


19th May 2014 From India, Mumbai
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