Dinesh Divekar
Business Mentor, Consultant And Trainer
Sharmavk05
Founder & Director, V K Dynamic Leadership
Ranjit Sardar
Hr And Law

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Dear Sir,
I am working in a Mnc Company, we want to start a training programme for our employees?
Staff Managers and Operators.
How should I have the Training Calendar and Training Budget, it should be very simple to understand,
Ranjit Sardar


Dear Mr Ranjit,
It must be the basis of two things:-
1. Competency Gap
2. The future need for Business.
Please find these two needs first then based on priority and availability of participants and faculties, prepare your training calendar.
Feel free for any support.
Regards,

From India, Delhi
Dear Ranjit Sardar,
Employee training is an HR intervention. Any HR intervention has to fulfil the organisation's need and training is no exception. Therefore, rather than concentrating on individual needs, I recommend you concentrating on bringing the organisational change. First measure the following:
a) Customer Dissatisfaction
b) Operational failures or quality issues
c) Maintenance issues
d) Under-utilisation of capacity
e) Costs associated with each department
f) Reduction in turnaround time of various processes and so on
Employee training should be addressed to above-mentioned issues or similar to that. Any increase or decrease in some ratio or decrease in some cost will help you in measuring training effectiveness. Therefore, your training calendar or training budget should be based on the points mentioned above.
Earlier, I have given a comprehensive reply on the subject of employee training. You may click the following link to refer it:
https://www.citehr.com/523786-traini...ml#post2222367
Thanks,
Dinesh Divekar

From India, Bangalore
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