Staff Training and Assessment

Overview

Staff Training and Assessment is a practical guide for trainers and line managers/supervisors. It contains clear descriptions of the aims, terms, techniques and methods of training and shows how important it is to match training interventions to the culture and style of the organization. The role of the trainer, learning strategies and the novel ways in which they can be applied are covered as well as the wider background of government initiatives and the response of businesses to the effects of the recession and...
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Overview

Staff Training and Assessment is a practical guide for trainers and line managers/supervisors. It contains clear descriptions of the aims, terms, techniques and methods of training and shows how important it is to match training interventions to the culture and style of the organization. The role of the trainer, learning strategies and the novel ways in which they can be applied are covered as well as the wider background of government initiatives and the response of businesses to the effects of the recession and upturn in employment prospects. By providing clear and usable frameworks for analysing and solving problems, check lists and reading lists, Staff Training and Assessment is a valuable training resource.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780304331192
  • Publisher: Continuum International Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 11/28/1996
  • Pages: 262

Table of Contents

Introduction
Ch. 1 Setting the scene 1
Ch. 2 Performance problems and training 14
Ch. 3 The training cycle and trainer role 22
Ch. 4 Training - using the open system approach 40
Ch. 5 Design and evaluation of training 55
Ch. 6 Effective learning strategies 72
Ch. 7 Matching training interventions to organizational culture, management style and motivation 92
Ch. 8 Investigative, problem-solving or training needs location methods 117
Ch. 9 Training Needs Analysis techniques 138
Ch. 10 Training methods and learning situations 160
App. 1 NVQ/GNVQ/TDLB/Management levels of competence 213
App. 2 Competence 215
App. 3 Change and what is valued today 225
App. 4 Summary of government initiatives and actions 228
App. 5 Post-16 education opportunities 232
App. 6 Youth credits 235
App. 7 Types of objectives 237
App. 8 Areas for learning objectives 239
App. 9 National targets for education and training 1995 to 2000 245
App. 10 Useful addresses and abbreviations 247
App. 11 Training method classification with focus on usage 254
Index 260
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