The training manual talked about will be really helpful for several un-organised sector to develop a competent team where we lack it. Change is the only constant and we have to make our team members adoptable to the changes by rendering training to achieve the mission, vision, target and goal of the organisation as well as of their personal life also. This will be a beneficial tool for growth of the organisation.
Please go ahead with your mission. :D
The beginning I guess, which for me is with my Training Needs Analysis (TNA) that I've just distributed to our 150 employees who work in teams of 4-6 with a team leader from Scotland to Cornwall (not quite Lands End to John O Groats). This is obviously specific to my organisation but I'm sure others could easily adapt it to suit. I have had these all returned now and have produced the first draft of my TNA report. I won't post that here this time as I'd like to see what the feedback is from the TNA - so if you've got any relevant and constructive points please feel free to post them.
Areas that I would think twice about regarding the TNA are;
a. Better instructions for Part A. Some employees scored each and every subject line out of 10.
b. Better consultation with employees before distributing TNA, some were very suspicous and didnt IMHO apply a true score incase it was looked at from the wrong angle.
c. Choice of words in Part C could be improved many thought "No Preference" was same as "Don't Mind" and therefore scored it wrongly. Maybe a "ike, Don't Care, Dislike" range would have been better.
d. Part D - Wow, free forum for all their winges and moans. Good to read but very time consuming.
e. Finally, a system or method of being able to extract the score etc to automatically give me the results. I had to do it all by hand.
If anyone has any other observations please comment and if anyone knows of a way to improve on my comments I'd be really glad to hear them especially regarding automation of results.
Incidentally, the report has been made with the findings and I will publish this next time, the results were very interesting.[/list]
I m working with automobile company & assigned for Training & Development in my org. I need a training manual very urgently. We are pratcining with three types of traing:
Basic: like company policy, health & safety , environment ( Necessary for all)
Technical: Identified by HOD's related to their job realted.
Managerial : Specailly for managers like communication , motivation.
So we need a tarining manual mainly for basic training. I hope u guys will help me out with this.