You have written that "But nothing is supported by Training Manager as he is fixed to work and according to his view these all functions are theoretical only".
If he says that TNA and other activities are theoretical then what is practical activity, has he spelled out? Going further, whether theoretical or practical, the ultimate goal of the employee training is to provide value to the enterprise by improving productivity of the employees. Has he done that? If yes, then how? Has he measured ROI on the training? If yes, then on what parameters? Has he increased or decreased any operational ratio?
You say that you work in beverage company. Obviously primary cost for your company is supply chain cost. Therefore, what efforts your training manager has taken to reduce this cost? Far from reducing cost, has he taken any efforts to measure the supply chain cost scientifically? Even if he does that that in itself would be achievement.
Earlier I have given reply to some query on employee query. The list of the costs, that make supply chain costs is given in the following reply:
Whether you work in beverage company or any other manufacturing company, you must measure the costs mentioned in the above link scientifically and address your training efforts to reduce these costs.
Lastly, considering the the attitude of the training manager towards employee training, your following query on employee training becomes inconsequential:
My advice would be to start looking for a new position with a company that values training and development of their staff.
HR & Labour Law Advisor