Dear All,
Greetings for the day!!!
I am working in an IT Company as HR and want to prepare a training calender for the employees there.Could you please suggest me,what points should be taken in to consideration and how the calender can be prepared.
Please come forward with your valuable suggestions.Eagerly waiting for your reply.
Shweta Singh

From India, Hyderabad
Hi Shweta, I can attach one raw sketch for your purpose. You may use this format or get an idea from this. Hope this will help you a bit.
From United Arab Emirates, Dubai

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File Type: xls Training Calander.xls (23.0 KB, 7378 views)

Hi Sir, Thanks...for the suggestion,but it is very new to me.So could you please elaborate it more. Eagerly waiting for the reply. Regards, Shweta Singh
From India, Hyderabad
Shweta, do you have an email address? Did you prepare anything on this yet? First list down your training programs and then with the dates... I may help you after that.
From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
Forgot to ask this earlier... which email address you have the quick access? Would this be fine communicating to your official id?
From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
Great! you have a test email in your inbox. Do let me know the training names and dates in an excel along with their scheduled hours, or any other related information.
I would also appreciate if you can draft a rough so that you can have a better understanding over the final sheet.

From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
Sir please delete the email id containing agogue.Please do it as soon as possible. Regards, Shweta Singh
From India, Hyderabad
The real trick in framing a training calendar is to get to the real needs of employees and managers. A common complaint I hear at the end of the year is HR staffs spending a lot of time and resources delivering a calendar with hardly anyone turning up to the various sessions.

Be careful to focus on real training needs and not training "wants". Yes, ask supervisors, managers and employees what training they feel they need. But don't stop there. Here are some other important sources of information for you to examine as you construct your organization's training calendar:

-employee performance appraisal documents

-organization’s strategic planning documents

-organization/department operational plans

-organization/department key performance indicators

-customer complaints

-critical incidents

-quality data

I have more information on assessing training needs at Make sure that every item you put on the calendar is going to return more to the organization than it costs.

As you compile and format your training calendar, think carefully about the information that needs to be presented. There is no fixed format for a calendar; however, the calendar should answer the following questions:

What training is being delivered – title, description

When is the training being delivered – date, time, frequency, duration

Where is the training being delivered – location

How is the training being delivered – delivery mode: lecture, workshop, elearning

Why is the training being delivered – learning outcomes/competencies delivered

Who is delivering the training – internal trainer, external vendor

And don’t forget to include details on how to register and contact details.

I trust this helps.

Les Allan

Author: From Training to Enhanced Workplace Performance



From Australia, Glen Waverley
Dear All, Please find enclosed the format for tracking training development for an dept. Regards, Raghuadithya

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File Type: xls Training Matrix 2011_format_SOX1_151110.xls (147.5 KB, 2244 views)

Hi. Shweta,
Please see the attached file which may help you. Actually every year we take a target of 30 training hours per employee. You need to change the training needs suitable to your organisation.
Sripati Kumar Swain

From India, Vadodara

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File Type: xls ANNUAL TRAINING CALENDER.xls (50.0 KB, 3470 views)

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