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    Evaluations of training in any organization is vital to employees as well as employers. However, training usually takes a back seat to more important tasks. Unfortunately, there is still some resistance to training and the effectiveness the training has on employees in organizations, with cost being an issue and whether training is even a necessity. Some supervisors feel there is nothing to evaluate. Others feel that such evaluations are too costly. Yet others may feel evaluations will threaten their

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    learning, training and development are crucial for large organizations which believe that after the training, their employees would well develop and apply the new skills which they have learnt to benefit their organizations. However, many studies have shown that only ten percent of trainees apply what they have learnt from training to a job (Fitzatrick, 2001). However, learning, training and development will be considered to be one thing in this paper because while employees are training, they are

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    Training can... Help ensure that employees have skills to work with new technology. Help employees understand how to work effectively in teams to contribute to product and service quality. Ensure that the company’s culture emphasizes innovation, creativity, and learning. Ensure employment security by providing new ways for employees to contribute when their : jobs change or interests change skills become obsolete Training is a planned effort by a company to facilitate the learning of employees

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    their full potenial, you need to develop a training system that is streamed-lined, effective, and efficient and  gives your new employees the skills needed to be a good employee without overburdening them with too much information. Finding the balance between too much and too little information is the key to designing the most effective training system for your company. Step One: Determine what training is needed. The first step in designing a training system for your company is to determine

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    Training Need Assessment INTRODUCTION Training is one of the mediations of human resource development process for cultivating competency, and for the critical goal of raising the standard of an organization’s performance. Training programs are focused on developing activities, that are appropriate and applicable to guarantee the success of an organization’s needs. Identifying of training needs hold the key to the attainment of any training program. Based on training need assessments, training programs

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    Training Policy It is Motors and More’s intent that all training that employees receive to ”achieve development of skills, knowledge, and abilities will be related to their job duties and development” (Washington State University). Human resources will implement the necessary training programs that will ensure the focus is primarily on individual and organization development. Training shall provide for the following: 1. Establish a system within Motors and More that will ensure funds are provided

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    Running head: ON THE JOB TRAINING: ORIENTATION AND TRAINING On the Job Training: Orientation and Training Program On the Job Training: Orientation and Training Program Any company that has hired employees knows how important orientation and training can be. Without the proper training employees will always be one step behind. The proper training early on can save countless hours of error correcting and re-training. Explaining the company policies and expected work ethic early on can make the

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    Effective Training Programs Training is defined by Webster 's Dictionary as, "a process by which someone is taught the skills that are needed for an art, profession, or job." (Websters.com). In a professional sense, training refers to a planned effort by a company to facilitate learning of a job-related competencies, knowledge, skills and behaviors by employees. According to ETT Training works, there are several reasons a company has a training program for their employees. To Increase productivity

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    One strategic investment most companies rely on is employee training. Around ten years ago, there was only one type of training, face-to-face classroom training. Classroom training is the more traditional way of training employees, where its instructor led. Advancements in technology has given a choice of either e-learning or a classroom based system. E-learning is electronic based where the trainee is self-learning by watching videos and taking online exams. A companies’ main concern is if both

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    Given that many organizations view training as a way to gain competitive advantage, and considering the costs associated with training development and implementation, it’s important that trainees learn the necessary knowledge and skills and transfer what they learned to the job successfully. Traditional training research has focused on ways in which training programs can be designed to improve learning. Over the past 20 years, practitioners were routinely suggesting that it’s vital for trainees

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