V.Raghunathan
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HI I would like to know type of training and its meaning Thanks & Regards DILIP
how many types of training . and some topic please suggest me for hr generalist interview even having 1.7yr exp however interviewer ask me so please suggest.
Dear Vikas,
Theoretically , its Classroom or Traditional , On-the-Job, Online or Virtual and Interactive trainings. Which industry have you been working ? There are further divisions based on business, such as Pre-process training, Product training, Certification based training and so on. Please share a little more about you and the role that you have applied for . Looking forward to hear from you.

dear vikas,

its not enough but it will help u,,,,,,let u know

“Training constitutes a basic concept in Human Resource Development. It is the systematic modification of behaviour through learning which occurs as a result of education, instruction, development and planned experience”.

Types And The Process Of Training,

a) Systematic training,b) Planned training...............

Training Models -

Classroom training,On-the- job- training,Electronic based training

1.Classroom Based Training-Classroom based or instructor led training has been the traditional way of training and accounts for over 60 % of training in leading firms. One advantage of this mode of training is that it allows for immediate feedback. The instructor is able to assess the student’s ability to follow and speed of understanding and adjust the delivery method accordingly. Training is a form of communication and as with other forms of communication; information is transmitted not only with words but by other cues like body language, emotional expressions like shock, and surprise. Such kind of communication is only possible in a classroom setting.

2.On The Job Training-On the job training requires that the employee work under an experienced person from whom he has to learn the new skills. This model of training has the advantage that the employee is learning in real life situation and hence retentive ability is highest. Also there is immediate feedback as to the results. Whereas in classroom training one has to wait to see how the employee applies the skills learned, on the job training the employer is able to see immediately whether the employee has acquired the skill or not. This mode of training is cheap as there are no extra expenses to be paid.

3.Electronic Based Training- With the advances in information technology more and more training is now being carried on electronically. This has taken many names such as Web-based training (WBT), Computer Based Training (CBT), Distant learning, CD-ROM training, and Internet Based Training (IBT).This kind of learning range from live two-way interaction including video and audio interaction. It may take the form of distribution of learning material via the internet. Another way is searching the internet for information using powerful search engines. Also specialized training centers offer training over the Internet.This new model of training achieves cost and time savings. Employees learn at there own pace and modules can be tailored to suit each individual employee.

Selecting Of A Training Methods.

Lecture

Case method

Apprenticeship

Internships

Coaching and Mentoring

Discussions

Games

Role playing

Computer-based

Video Training

Vestibule training

thanxxxxxx

Mr Vikas,
A very detailed account of different types of training has been provided in the above posts.
You can even consider like this.
After your formal education, when you take up a job, you learn many new things.
Training sums up all these.
These ways of enriching your knowledge and skill come by training.
All trainings serve two major purposes.
1.0 They help you to do your exisiting jobs better.
2.0 They teach you to learn new skills.
V.Raghunathan

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