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V.Raghunathan
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Bijay_majumdar
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Being a learning organization, we are addressing the training and development needs of our employees on regular basis. Majority of training are being conducted in house by our own employees.
For all of in house trainers, it is imperative to understand that training is more than just presentations. So to make in house trainers more effective, the need for Train the trainer was felt.
So i have prepared this module keeping above points in mind for our in house trainers.

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Dear Shri R.R.S Bakshi,

Very good presentation covering the essentials to ‘train a trainer’.

Concept of 6 P is excellent.

May I add the following (based on my limited experience).

The ‘train the trainer’ session in the first place is a training provided by an expert ( let us say ‘A’) to others ( let us say B1, B2, B3 etc).

The audience ( B1, B2, B3 etc) is expected to be a matured audience.

The person conducting the training session is an expert( ‘A’) and so the interaction is expected to be smooth.

Even if there is any difficulty with the audience, the expert is expected to handle it effectively.

The trainers having learnt the training methods will have to train their trainees ( call these trainees as C1, C2,C3 etc).

So we can say the purpose of “train the trainer” is A trains B1,B2,B3 etc to enable them train C1,C2,C3 etc.

Often this is a challenging assignment, as the maturity level of this audience ( C1,C2,C3 etc) may not be high.

The learning abilities and attitudes of the trainees could vastly vary.

So the expert trainer ( ‘A’) should include some slides on how to handle different types of Audience ( C1, C2, C3 etc).

The Audience ( C1, C2,C3) could be

live wire personalities who closely go with the session,

obedient but dull,

drifters,

hijackers( who take control of the session) -
-- to name a few.

I solicit your views on my suggestion.

V.Raghunathan…………………………………………………………………….Navi Mumbai
Dear Mr. Raghunathan,
I got your point and fully agree with this. See this is the benefit of posting in this forum. Not only people appreciate your work but also they give valuable suggestions which will further improve the things.
I will definitely add few slides on this very important aspect.
Thanks and regards,
Roop
Dear Mr R R S Bakshi,
I prepared a ppt covering different personalites that one comes across in a Training Session.
Hope you would find it useful.
V.Raghunathan..................................... ....Navi Mumbai

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Hi Mr. Bakshi and Mr Raghunathan Sir,
Great and very useful Content presented by you.Its really helpful.
But I have A question - The Concept of TTT and training at Mangaerial level is OK.What about the majority of employees who are just at the threshold of there carreer.Is there any trg sessions that can hone the supervisory skills which can prove helpful at the bottom employee level.
Thanks and warm regards
Bijay
Dear Mr Bakshi And Mr Raghunathan, thanks for sharing a valuable pdf have got to know many things how one should train and how to handle the audience realy appreciate your efforts. Regards Kritika
Dear Mr Bijay,

You have raised a very valid point about training to be imparted to young employees

in the shop floor who begin their careers.

My View is training is a MUST for all cadres starting from the lowest to a CEO in a company,

lest one would be left behind.

Training is the base for growth.

Training objectives can be for

(a) doing the current job in a better way

(b) to learn new things

Let us see what Management Gurus advocate.

1.0 The Seventh Habit of Highly Effective People, by Stephen Covey, speaks about ‘Sharpening the Saw’.

Like a SAW, if sharpened regularly, retains its capability to do its job effectively,

People should hone their skills by learning new things.

So everyone should be given a training programme.

‘Training Needs Identification’ is a part of standard HR practices.

Examples: A person who joins as a fitter trainee should be groomed to become a mill-wright fitter in the long run.

A wire man should be given a career path to become an Electrician.

A cashier should be encouraged to learn about taxation.

A receptionist can be trained to become a secretary.

2.0 It is interesting to take a cue from the American Psychologist and Psycho Therapist Mr Robert Ellis.

“If you continue to think the way you always thought, you would continue to act the way you have

been and you will continue to get what you have been getting.”

It means no growth.

‘To Change for the better’ is the message.

Training brings about change in the form of development to assume higher responsibilities.

To conclude it is essential for everyone to have training

in the shop floor category.

For those with less experience the quantum of “ON THE JOB TRAINING” will be more and less of class room sessions.

V.Raghunathan…………………………………………………………….Navi Mumbai
Dear Mr. Bijay,
Mr. Raghunathan has already explained in nice way about the need of training at all levels in any organization. Just to answer your question that is there any training that can develop the supervisory skill -
yes of course, there are trainings specific to supervisory level. The main content in one of such program i.e. Effectiveness in Supervision are:
1. Positive and productive mental attitude
2. art of leadership
3. Communication and presentation skills
4. Motivating others
5. Goal Setting
6. roles and responsibilities
7. relationship with others.
8. Cultivating positive work culture
8. Time Management
Topics are not limited to above said only but it all depends upon the requirement/need. One can add or del. accordingly.
Regards,
Roop
Dear Mr Raghunathan and Mr Bakshi,
Thanks for your comments and expert advice on the question raised by me.
I agree and accept the tarining needs and the benifits of training. People like you are gem of corporate society and best what we learn from you all will go a long way in contributing and improving the corporate culture and quality of people and ofcourse productivity.
Thanks for sharing.
Bijay
Last week, I have executed this module with two batches and response was very encouraging...

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