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HRM Presentation On: HR TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT Project Guide: Mr.

LEENA GORHE

Projected By: KIRAN UMARANI BMS II 01

HUMAN RESOURCES TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT

INDEX
TRANING INTRODUCTION OF HR TRAINING DEFINITION OF HR TRAINING MEANING OF HR TRAINING PRINCIPLES OF TRAINING THE NEED OF TRAINING OBJECTIVES OF TRAINING AND DEVELPOMENT ADVANTAGES OR IMPORTANCE OF TRAINING TYPES OF TRAINING METHODS OF TRAINING CYCLE OF TRAINIG

DEVELOPMENT INTRODUCTION OF HR DEVELOPMENT

MEANING OF DEVELOPMENT
NEED OF DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVES OF DEVELOPMENT

CONTINUOUS PROCESS OF DEVELOPMENT


UTILITY OF DEVELOPMENT PROBLEMS OF DEVELOPMENT

CONCLUSION

TRAINING

INTRODUCTION OF HUMAN RESOURCE TRAINING


In HRM and HRD system corporate plans are not well-

guarded secrets. They are shared with the employees. Employees are kept in readiness to face a change whenever it occurs. Most people are interested in promoting their career graph.This is closely related with the growth plans of an organization. Therefore, the responsibility of those higher up in the know of things to assist the subordinates in planning their career. However, all know the possibilities and are prepared for them

Meaning
Training is the art of doing the job on a correct, effective and efficient manner and it may be described as something which is necessary for everything. Training is telling plus showing, plus supervising until the desired change is achieved in the skill, attitude or behaviour.

Definition
According to EDWIN. B. FILIPPO, Training is the act of increasing the knowledge and skills of an employee for doing a particular job.
In the words of MICHAEL. J. JUCIUS, The term training is used to indicate only the process by which aptitudes, skills and abilities of employees to perform specific jobs are increased.

Principle of training
Motivation Progress Report Practice Reinforcement Individual Difference Whole versus part Periodical testing

Need Of Training
To change the climate of business.

Employees in the organization should be capable to

change the business environment. Training cannot be an isolated exercise.

Objectives of Training
Advancement
Aiding displaced employees Remedial Training

Induction Training

Refresher Training

Advantages or Importance
A. Increase in productivity: B. Better use of raw materials and plant and machinery C. Development of employees morale D. Reduction in cost of supervision and direction E. Increased flexibility of employees F. Self development G. Reduction in labour turnover H. Helpful in extension programmes of enterprise

Types of Training
Refresh training Training for Promotion

Job Training

Induction Training

Methods of Training 1.On The Job Training


Advantages of Job Training
i. ii. iii. iv. i. ii. iii. iv.

Cheaper method Avoid adjustment problem Less time consuming Increase in production No expert guidance Defective methods Time consuming process Work spoilage

Limitations of Job Training

Methods of Training 2.Apprenticeship Training


Advantages of apprenticeship:
All round knowledge: 2. Recruitment problem is solved
1.

Limitation of apprenticeship
Expensive 2. No guarantee
1.

3. Training within Industry

Methods of Training 4. Vestibule Training


Advantages of Vestibule Training
i. ii. 1. 2.

Training within short period Removes initial nervousness Expensive Adjustment Problem

Disadvantages of Vestibule Training

5. Intership Training 6. Learner Training

Cycle of Training
Evaluating training Identifying the need

Delivering training

MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT

What is development?

INTRODUCTION OF MANGEMENT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES


The growth of business is possible only when the management of the business is fully developed. The management process is a developing process. Management changes its system, nature, functions etc., according to those changes that occur in the surrounding of the business.

Meaning
Management development is a business philosophy which should be integrated with the activities of the enterprise as a whole. Management development is a planned, systematic and continuous process of learning.

Definition
According to DALE.S.BREACH , Management development is a systematic process of training and growth by which individuals gain and apply knowledge, skills insights and attitudes to manage organization effectively.

Need of Development
The competition for talent capable of development. The continued growth and development of business.
Increasing complexity of business.

Probable continued unsettled social, political & economic conditions that add to the demands of managers.
The need to press for continually improving performance despite these complicating factors. The need to compress the time taken for a manager to become fully competent.

Objectives
To assume managers in required numbers with the

required skills to meet the anticipated future needs. To encourage managers to grow as persons in their capacity to handle greater responsibilities. To sustain good performance of managers through their careers.

MANGEMENT DEVELOPMENT: A CONTINUOUS PROCESS

Problems
Wrong Concept of Management Development : Resource of development can be provided & not the

development. Lack of specification of levels & types of development. Lack of measurement & evaluation.
Defective Concepts of Development

Programmers'

Problems
Wrong approaches to Management Development:
Imitating other companies Past or must present-orient

Single programme
Improper selection of participants Unfavourable organizational climate Lack of support form top management

Utility
5 major reasons for the use of management development programmers'
Broadening the managers vision & understanding

Availability of latest information on business


Creative & innovative approach to decision making Opportunity to discuss with business people

Reflection upon career development

Conclusion
This tells us that training and development are very necessary for an individuals growth as well as growth of the business. As this is complete system is based on technology, it is important for oneself to keep updating him/her by those new technologies through development. E.g.: Nestle

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