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TRAINING NEEDS ASSESSMENT FORM

1. Name: 2. Designation:

Perceived Training Needs Assessment Done by Self

1. Functional/Technical/Core/Specific Training Programmes related to your Job For Example: -Effective Marketing & Sales Management for Marketing Professionals. -Market Research, Metrics and Consumer Analysis -Material Management and Negotiation skills for purchase Professionals -Total Quality Management for Production & Quality Professionals -Strategic HRM for HR Professionals -Corporate Finance for Finance Professionals Based on the above, please suggest few Programs relating to your main/specialized function.

1.________________________________________________ ____ 2.________________________________________________ ____ 3.________________________________________________ ____ 2. Managerial/Leadership Programs: -Managerial Effectiveness, Leadership Effectiveness -TeamBuilding Interpersonal Skills -Business Strategy -Time Management, Advanced Management Program Based on the above, please suggest your programs:

1.________________________________________________ ________ 2.________________________________________________ ________

3.________________________________________________ ________ 4.________________________________________________ ________

3. Cross Functional, Laws, IT, Communication, Soft Skills related to training Program: a. Finance for non-finance professionals b. HR for non hr professionals c. Balance sheet analysis d. Communication Skill/Soft Skills/Oral Communication -Letter writing, reports/Document preparation. e. Getting used to Excel Sheet, getting used to Vista operating system. Based on the above please suggest your programs 1.________________________________________________ _______ 2.________________________________________________ ________ 3.________________________________________________ ________ 4. Any other training program you would like to suggest for:

1.________________________________________________ ________ 2.________________________________________________ ________ 3.________________________________________________ __________ 4.________________________________________________ __________

Date: Place: (Signature) With Regards Dr Solai Baskara

Format of request letter from BC notes (business letters) Sample Request Letter Dear Mr. Doe, I am writing to ask whether it would be possible for you to provide a reference for me. If you were able to attest to my qualifications for employment, and the skills I attained during my tenure at ABC Company, I would sincerely appreciate it. I am in the process of seeking employment and a positive reference from you would enhance my prospects of achieving my career goals. Please let me know if there is any information I can provide regarding my experience to assist you in giving me a reference. I can be reached at jsmith@abcd.com or (111) 111-1111. Thank you for your consideration. Sincerely, John Smith FORMULATING TRAINING POLICY Please refer to the below mentioned points for drafting training policy: 1. Introduction: write few lines on the importance of training.Like Training and development requires the same rigor and attention as any other management task. Well managed, training and development can deliver people with the right skills at the right time to enable the organisation to deliver strategic results. 2. Purpose & Scope : Write objective of the trainings which will be imparted to the employees 3. Applicability: To who it applies 4. References & Definition: References of other policies or documents which might be mentioned in the policy. Definition of the technical words used. 5. TNA - jot down the methods that will be used i for doing Training need analysis 6. Training Material: Mention from where all the training material or content will be derived. Incase of internal content development, mention who will be approving the content made.

Mention about Training Curricula .i.e what all trainings will be imparted whether softs kills, sales or technical or all. 7. Mode of delivery: Mention what eill be the mode of delivery .i.e online, classroom or on the job. 8. Costing 9. Documentation: What all kinds of reports & documents will be maintained and for how long they'll be kept 11. Training feedback & evaluation: might inlcude any specific benchmark for trainers, any assessment that might be conducted after the training to the judge the participant's knowledge. 12. Training environment: what kind of seating arrangements will be there in the training room, white baords or projector required 13. Tracking, Training, & Certification: how training imparted will be tracked(any specific software will be used or not) or hard copies to be maintained, how employees' performance will be tracked and will employees be given a certification after the training or not. 14. Training Department Support System: Mention the responsibilities and coordination required by the differents departments, trainees and MGT 15. Checklist for training: Mention all the material that will be required. i.e. manual, white board, markers, projector, computers, water bottles etc 16 Lastly: list of the templates or forms that will be used in training. Like nomination form, attendance form, training feedback form, etc. Hope this will be of some use to you. If you need any further help, do let me know.

Training & Development in India


With the changing time and even fast changing technologies Indian companies have started realizing the importance of corporate training. As the companies are setting up their branches all over the world, becoming multinational corporations they need trained employees who can raise the profits. Today, training is considered as a tool for employee retention. The cost incurred on training an individual in a company is recovered if the employee improves his skills after the training is imparted and the productivity is raised. Training has now become important in every field be it

Sales, Marketing, Human Resource, Logistics, Engineering, Production and Manufacturing, Inventory Management etc. Indian companies fulfill their requirement of skilled workforce by providing on-the-job trainings and other internal educational programs which are designed to quickly improve the expertise of new recruits especially in the high-tech industry. According to NASSCOM there is a tremendous rise in the IT corporate training market which is expected to reach Rs. 600 crore in 2010 from Rs. 210 crore (Training Scenario in Indian Industry, www.naukrihub.com ).

Training and Development in Telecom Sector


Telecom is one of the fastest growing sectors in India with a growth of 21% and revenue of Rs 86,720 crore in the year 2006. The sector is expected to grow over 150% by 2012. With this rapid growth in Telecom Sector, the need for trained professionals in bound to rise and so is the training need. The total training market in Telecom Sector is estimated to be Rs 400 crore. 1. BSNL alone spends more than 100 crore on training and development of its employees through the Advanced Level Telecommunications Training Centre (ALTTC) and 43 other regional training institutes. 2. Reliance has also established Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology. 3. Bharti has also tied-up with IIT Delhi for the Bharti School of Telecommunication Technology and Management.

Training in Banking and Insurance Sector


Favorable economic climate and number of other factors such as, growing urbanization, increasing consumerism, rise in the standard of living, increase in financial services for people living in rural areas, etc has increased the demand for wide range of financial products that has led to mutually beneficial growth to the banking sector and economic growth process. Earlier there were no training programs as such for insurance agents but on-the-job training only that was given once the new agent was appointed. But now the scenario has been changed, with the coming up of big players like ICICI Life Insurance, ICICI Lombard, HDFC Life Insurance, Tata AIG General Insurance, etc in this sector, people who've had some formal training are preferred while recruitment because it can be helpful in the insurance field.

Training and Development in Automobile Sector


The Indian automobile sector is growing at a rate of about 16% per annum and is now going to be a second fastest growing automobile market in the world. The sector is going through a phase of rapid change and high growth. With this rapid expansion and coming up of major players in the sector, the focus is more on the skilled employees and the need of human resource development has increased. The companies

are looking for skilled and hard working people who can give their best to the organization. Various companies are opening training institutes to train interested ones in this sector, like Toyota has recently opened Toyota Technical Training Institute (TTTI) near Bangalore that will offer 4 courses in automobile assembly, mechatronics (a combination of mechanical and industrial electronics), automobile weld and automobile paint. TTTI will provide both a high standard of education and training in automotive technology as well as employment opportunities.

Training and Development in IT/Software Development Industry


The Indian IT sector is growing at a very fast pace and is expected to earn a revenue of US $87 billion by 2008. In 2006, it has earned revenue of about US $ 40 billion with a growth rate of 30%. IT sector is expected to generate 2.3 million jobs by 2010, according to NASSCOM (National Association of Software and Service Companies). 1. Accenture has Internet based tool by the name of My Learning that offers access to its vast learning resources to its employees.