Business Mentor, Consultant And Trainer
Process Industry Consultant / Soft Skill
Hr/ir Issues Asst.mgr.
Please note the following:
a) Training is conducted to bring a organisational change. Therefore, your focus should be on the organisation and not on individual.
b) Employee training is only a medium and not an end in itself. End result should be reduction of some cost that organisation incurs in the course of its operations. If not cost then be clear which ratio you would like to increase or decrease.
c) Measurement of training effectiveness is measurement of cost before the training and cost after the training. Difference is ROI on training.
d) Any training that does not reduce the cost or increase/decrease some ratio is humbug.
e) Training/HR professional's job is not just delivery or presentation skills but to study/understand the systems and processes and identify where and how revenue leakage is taking place. Your training efforts should be directed to plug that leakage.
To know various costs associated with manufacturing industry, click the following link:
I have given so many replies on the training related subject. You may click the following link to refer the replies:
(though this is related to technical training, the comments are useful to behavioural training as well)
I recommend you going through the above links patiently. It will enhance your training awareness. Feel free to contact me on my mobile for further queries.
All the best!
4th April 2015 From India, Bangalore
6th April 2015 From India, undefined
Plenty of information is cited above.
To understand T&D you must begin with Training Need Analysis.
If you are new to this also try to read material posted in Cite HR.
Type “Training & Development” inside the box WHAT DO YOU NEED
that you find in the title bar right above.
After typing in the box, press the 'research' button next to it.
You will get lot of information.
You can also refer "Related Information" and 'Download Thread'
that you find in the right side of this message.
Repeat the process for ‘Training Need Analysis’ or any other topic of your choice.
Begin in a small way first, taking the guidance of your seniors in the plant.
8th April 2015 From India