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Dr. D. Y. Patil Pratishthans Padmshree Dr.D.Y.Patil Institute of Management Studies Sector 29, Behind Akurdi Railway Station.

Pradhikaran, Nigdi, Pune 411044 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Course Syllabus: MBA Program

Subject Title : (306E) - TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT Faculty Classroom E-mail : Prof. Taruna Sharma : 202 A : Course Year Office : 2011-12 : 020-6410 0931

Telephone : 9096 192084

Days /Timing : Wednesday & Friday/11:30 am to 1:00 pm

I. Course Description: This course examines the purpose and responsibilities of the training and development function within organizations. It provides students with perspectives on the significance of training and development for improved productivity, efficiency and overall organizational performance. Students will learn and practice steps involved in designing, delivering and evaluating training. II. Course Objectives The course is about the training and employee development and human performance improvement in organizations. The field of training and development is changing. There is a need for trainers to reorient their thinking from the comfort and structure of the classroom to the more ambiguous consulting area. The gap is actually not nearly as wide as some might think. Trainers have considerable expertise in job and task analysis, learning specialists, facilitators, communication experts, and professionals with a broad perspective of the human dimensions of human performance in organizations.

III. Learning Outcomes Upon successful completion of this course the students will have reliably demonstrated the ability to: o Analyze the position of a training and development function within an organization. o Discuss the concepts of the learning organization and organizational learning. o Apply the training and development process to an organizational performance issue. o Design a training or development program to address performance concerns. o Evaluate alternative approaches to staff development using cost benefit and cost effectiveness analyses techniques. IV. Textbook and Other Major References in our Library Title
Employee Training & Development Training & Development Text 360Feedback, Competency Mapping and Assessment Centers A Handbook of Training Managers Advanced Techniques for T&D

Sr. No Author
1 2 Radha Sharma 3 4 5 Eddie Davies A. Landale Raymond Noe G. Pandu Naik

Edition Publisher
Third Edition First Edition Second Edition 2006 Mc Graw Hills Excel Books Mc Graw Hills Indians Publishing House Infinity Books

Pedagogical Approach Teaching methods in this course are interactive and require class input and involvement. The course will include lectures and presentations, collaborative and teamwork, independent study, and problem based learning activities. Learning objectives will be best met through active involvement and participation in class and on-line activities.

VI Course Evaluation: (You may add/ delete the component based on your requirements Kindly review this as a sample) Evaluation scheme Weightage 30% Components Group Presentation on the given 10 marks Topic Assignments (2* 10 Marks) MCQ/ Quizzes Mid Term Examination Attendance & Class Participation End Semester Examination 20 marks 15 marks 20 marks 5 marks 30 marks

Marks Obtained Student (...XYZ) 5 17 15 15 3 20


Total Minimum Passing Norms

100 Marks 12 75*.30 (Weightage) = 22.5

VII Week Planner

Course Delivery Plan (Session Details) Sessio n No Topic Reading work Assignment Remarks

Chapte r1 Week 1

Introduction To Training Concept: 01 02 03 Introductory Session, Ice Breaking Yes session, Introduction of Syllabus Definition, Meaning, Need For Pandu Naik Training, (Page 1-9) Importance Of Training, Notes will be given Objectives Of Training, Concepts Buckley Of Education (Page 5-9) Training And Development, Article Reviews of all students will be Discussed Overview Of Training Functions, Types Of Training

No No No No Assignment 1 Article Review will be given No No No No

Week 2

04 05

Yes No Yes Yes Yes

Week 3 06 07 Week 4 Week 5 Chapte r2 Week 5 08 09

Process Of Training: 10 Steps in Training, Yes No


11 12 13 Week 7 14 15 Week 8 Chapte r3 17 Week 9 18 16

Identification Of Job Competencies, Criteria For Identifying Training Needs (Person Analysis, Task Analysis, Organization Analysis) Assessment Of Training Needs, Methods And Process Of Needs Assessment. Discussion and Role play for designing a Training Program
TUTORIAL Case Study Test

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

No No TNA Form will be shown as a sample No No No

Designing And Implementing A Training Program: Trainer Identification, Methods And Techniques Of Training Designing A Training Module (Cross Cultural, Leadership, Training The Trainer, Change) Management Development Program, Discussion about the Training Module Assignment Yes Yes No Assignment of preparing a Training Module will be given No

Week 10 19


20 Chapte r4 Week 11 22 Chapte r5

Budgeting Of Training, Discussion about the Training Module Assignment/ MCQ Test Evaluation Of Training Program: 21 Kirkpatrick Model Of Evaluation, CIRO Model, Cost-Benefit Training Analysis, ROI



No No

Of Raymond Noe

(Page 190 194)

Learning: 23 Principles Of Learning, Theories Of Learning Reinforcement Theory, Learning Theory Andragogy, Training Resistance Social To Yes
Raymond Noe (Page 108 109)

No No No No No

Week 12

24 25

Yes Yes

Week 13 26

TUTORIAL MCQ/Quizzes based on

the syllabus completed 27 Discussion of the answers of the Yes Week 14 MCQs Chapte Technology In Training: r6 Raymond Noe 28 CBT, Multimedia Training, Week 14 (Page 234 239)

29 Week 15 30

E-Learning/Online Learning, Raymond Noe (Page 240 251) Distance Learning Online website for learning would be shared for practical experience

Pls Note: Guidelines on Group Presentation on the given Topic: Topics will be allotted to the Groups (3 students in a Group) in the 2nd Week of the Semester. Each group will have to present on the given topics as and when instructed by the subject expert. Marks will be allocated based on the Content Quality, Presentation Quality and Group Participation. Guidelines on MCQ QUIZ: MCQ Quiz will be conducted twice in the Semester in the 10 th Week and 13th Week - based on the syllabus completed till that period of time. Student have to solve the MCQs individually during the quiz. Guideline on CLASS PARTICIPATION Student will be given marks for each and every right answer given in the class interaction. Students will benefit with the same when the average marks of the subject will be calculated.

Ms. Taruna Sharma

Academic Coordinator