rules or changing of attitudes and behaviours to enhance the performance of employees.Meaning It is a learning process that involves the acquisition of knowledge. . sharpening of skills. concepts. Training is activity leading to skilled behaviour.

Types of Training  On the job Training  Job Instruction Training  Vestibule Training  Training by experienced workmen  Training by supervisors  Stimulation  Apprenticeship .

Off the Job Training  Lectures  Conferences  Group Discussions  Case Studies  Role-playing .2.

Organisational Group Needs Needs Individual Needs .

Preparing Training Programmer 3.Implementing Training Programmer 5.Identifying Training Needs 2.Systematic Approach 1.Preparing the Learn 4.Performance Try-out 6.Follow Up-Activity .

Š Organizational analysis.To design and implement training program following steps should be followed:  Step:1 Determine what training is needed.  Step:2 Determine what training approach should be undertaken . Š Person analysis. Š Task analysis.

 Step:3 putting together training program ‡ Training objective ‡ Training materials ‡ Evaluation material  Step4: training employees  Step 5:evaluating overall program .

Evaluation A continuous process of analysis that evaluates the training carried out by an organisation. . assessing the need for it. finding out how people react to it and measuring its effects of the organisation¶s financial performance. defining its aims.

CHARACTERISTICS 1.Evaluation specialist must be clear about the goals and purpose of evaluation. 3. 2.Evaluation must be specific. .Evaluation must be continuous.

Reaults .Out Comes 1.Learning 3.Reaction 2.Behaviour 4.

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