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Hi , I am an HR manager with a firm.I just want to know how will i budject my inhouse training. Anybody can help me with a sample proposal it will be a great help for me.
As such there is no specific format for preparing INHOUSE TRAINING HUDGET. Training budget need to be allotted by your CEO or MD from the operational expenses. This must be deducted from the turnover.

First you need to carry out TNA to identity TRAINING MODULE and NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES REQUIRED TO UNDERGO TRAINING.

Based on TNA, Prepare a list of training modules(FUNCTIONAL & TECHNICAL) to be delivered for your employees.

Map your organisations training requirements with your EMPLOYEE'S COMPETENCIES AND CLIENT REQUIREMENTS.

For TECHNICAL TRAINING'S, you may have to identify the TRAINING VENDOR and NEGOTIATE THE PRICE PER EMPLOYEE

For FUNCTIONAL MODULES like SOFT SKILLS & BEHAVIORAL SKILLS, you may talk to LOCAL/INTERNATIONAL FREELANCE TRAINERS or TRAINING VENDORS offering such trainings and get their best quote for a group of employees - one or two day training session. For International freelance trainer, include his TRAVEL EXPENSES(AIR FARE), HOTEL EXPENSES & VISA EXPENSES in your training cost.

Even HOD's or PM can cater to your training requirements if they are deem fit. Initially, try to make best use of your PM's or HOD's to cater to your training requirements as this will help to bridge the gap and develop interpersonal relationship between employees at various levels.

With profound regards

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