Dinesh DivekarDear Isma ,
The information that you have given is inadequate. What is your product or service? How many processes are involved to produce the product or deliver a service?
What is your designation? Is this your own initiative or some senior authority has told to take up this exercise.
As far as training framework is concerned, you should measure the following costs:
a) Inventory Carrying Cost of Raw Materials
b) Work in Progress (WIP) Inventory Costs
c) Inventory Carrying Cost of Finished Goods
d) Capital costs to run the operations
e) Capacity costs
f) Maintenance costs
g) Quality costs
First you measure these costs. Training will be conducive if you focus your training activities to reduce these costs. Otherwise training may become not just rhetoric but humbug too. Secondly, these costs you need to measure on your own. No ready-made frame can be provided by outsiders.
Dinesh V Divekar
From India, Bangalore
Kindly give your requirement of InHouse Training.
1. Training the individual department employees by their own department staff.
2. Train the employees of various departments like Safety etc. by their own employees.
3.Conducting the training programme at work place by external faculy
a few more way you can define Inhouse training.
kindly specify your exact need so that it can be guided.
From India, Chennai
Community Support and Knowledge-base on business, career and organisational prospects and issues - Register and Log In to CiteHR and post your query, download formats and be part of a fostered community of professionals.