Modern Strategies To Identify Training Needs By Using Competencies

 Modern Strategies To Identify Training Needs By Using Competencies

 

Date & Location: (08-12/Jan) Casablanca – (19-23/Mar) London- (17-21/Sep) Cairo

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Course Overview

Introduction:

An effective training administrator coordinates the administrative activities of the training function, maintaining and developing information systems to enable the department to operate proactively in employee development and training. This is a key role to help with the management of a complex function and involves several skill areas. This course provides the “How to do it” approach in a logical and practical way.

  • Practical solutions for everyday use
  • Techniques to prioritise training requests
  • Opportunity to practice new techniques in a relaxed environment

 

Program Objectives:

  • Use a training schema to plan and execute training in an efficient way
  • Use a priority system for all training requests
  • Be able to set up training facilities in a professional way
  • Be able to specify external training using a competency framework approach
  • Master training records
  • Equipped with the essential skills to confidently give expert support in the planning and preparation of training events

 

Who Should Attend?

Human Resources managers and senior professionals, specialists, team leaders, and business partners in the function who seek to broaden their knowledge and improve their skills in the key functions of HR as well as those who are responsible for evaluating HR and its effectiveness in the organization. The course is also suitable for those employees who are targeted for development or promotion within the HR function.

 

Program Outline:

DAY 1

The Successful Training Administrator

  • Course Introduction and objectives
  • Defining the role, skills, qualities and attributes which lead to success
  • Maximising your support through using the right skillset
  • Training policy and your organisation’s strategy
  • Understanding key terms in use in training
  • The use of a process – the training schema
  • Keeping up to date with training issues

DAY 2

Establishing Training Needs

  • Identifying training needs – specifically competencies
  • Training needs analysis for competencies
  • How competencies are measured
  • TNA exercise
  • Other TNA at Corporate, Department, team and individual level
  • The structure of training plans and how to administer them
  • Understanding the training cycle and supporting system
  • Awareness of different learning styles and how to provide for them

DAY 3

Training Records, Evaluation and Information

  • What needed for performance based training  – from TNA to evaluation
  • Evaluating competency based training
  • Maintaining records, systems and libraries
  • Coding training to make your job easier
  • Use of the training Software system
  • Maximising your time by linking training to the training schema
  • Day to day records that need to be kept
  • End of day review

DAY 4

Organisation and Administration

  • Managing training resource libraries
  • Manuals, tutors manuals and visual aids
  • Understanding copyright with respect to training materials
  • What you can and can’t do with copying DVD’s
  • How DVD’s are used in training – demonstration
  • Setting up for training courses – how big should the room be?
  • How to calculate screen size and sound requirements –practical
  • End of day review

DAY 5

Managing Training Events and Dealing with Suppliers

  • Identifying unusual training needs and possible solutions
  • Negotiating the best deal for your needs – promoting training activities
  • Organising travel and accommodation
  • Checklists for training rooms
  • Pre- and post-course administration/document design – joining instructions and course hand-outs
  • Training evaluation – internal and external
  • How to specify training if you use external providers
  • Formulating a personal action plan
  • End of day review