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Significance of Training
Role of the Trainer
Skills of the Trainer
Characteristics of Trainee
Methods of Training
Types of Training
Training Impact and evaluation
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Viru Sahastrabudhe Phunksukh Wangdu

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Farhaan Qureshi Phunksukh Raju Rastogi


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role of trainer

Assess the training needs of the individual

Know more and more about people learning styles
Develop training programs
Planning and coordinating the resources required
Motivating employees to achieve goals
Facilitating process improvement
Constantly being in touch with trainees and work
processes so that they are aware of employees
skill needs.
Acquiring in depth knowledge of organization and
its mission and goals.
Facilitate problem solving teams and making
training as an integral part of the organization.

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role of trainer

Didnt assess the training needs of

the trainees and delivered a standard
training to all the trainees every year.
He didnt develop any new training
program and didnt even coordinate with
the trainees.
No feedback was taken from the
trainees and no motivation was given to
them to achieve their goals.

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role of trainer

For example Rancho wanted to

learn extra, so he should have
been encouraged to pursue his
innovative projects.

Also considering the financial

conditions of Rajus family
instead of discouraging and
threatening him to go against
Rancho, he should have been
advised and motivated to
achieve his goals.

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role of trainer

Rancho tried to understand the trainees well,

instead of asking them to follow status quo, he
asked them to follow their dreams.

He encouraged and motivated Raju and Farhaan

at every step.

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role of trainer

This helped Raju get a good placement

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role of trainer

Farhaan become a professional photographer

which was his dream in life.

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Skills of trainer

Controlling the Group

Communication skills
Setting the Example ---Negative
Examples Joys Case
Measuring and evaluating
Strategic planning
Subject knowledge

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Skills of trainer
Getting and Giving Information
Understanding Group Needs and Characteristics
Communication Skills
Knowing and Understanding Group Resources
Controlling the Group
Setting the Example---Running Joys Helicopter, creating an inverter with car
Representing the Group
Strategic planning
Problem solving
Facilitating organizational change
Subject knowledge

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characteristics of trainee

Farhan Qureshi, Raju Rastogi, and Rancchoddas Shamaldas Chanchad

"Rancho" are three engineering students who share a room in a
hostel at the ImperialGajanan
CollegeShirke of Engineering (ICE).
characteristics of trainee

Farhan is studying engineering to pursue his father's wishes over his own
wish to become a wildlife photographer.
Raju is studying to raise his family's fortunes. He is pessimistic and
Rancho, driven by his passion for machines and devices, studies for joy of
it. He has come to this engineering college
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characteristics of trainee
All the three trainees had the desire to learn. Their motives were
different but desire was there.

Willingness to Listen:
Both Raju and Farhan had the willingness to listen as they didnt wish to
question the status quo but Rancho was willing to question the status
quo so he wanted justification for anything that he couldnt understand.

Rancho was dedicated to the core. Since he was driven by his passion
for machines and devices, he could run Joys helicopter.

Mental and Physical Preparedness:

Raju was not at all mentally prepared when Viru Sahastrabudhe
threatens to expel Raju unless he squeals on Rancho. Not wanting to
betray his friend or let down his family, Raju jumps out of the third floor
window and ends up in a coma.
Rancho was mentally very strong. Despite Viru Sahastrabudhes
constant scolding and discouraging
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Boman Irani ( The Principal)

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1. Discipline

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2. Reinforcing Co

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3. Creating press

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4. Performance ju
by Marks

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5. Discouraged Creativity
and Innovative Thinking

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6. Criticised publically
and never appreciated

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7. No Open Commun

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4. Being a Role m

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5. Practical Appl

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6. Freedom

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7. Humour

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8.Believed in Lea
and not Marks

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Demonstration training
Aamir Khan demonstrates what he tells his friends to do
as discussed above.

Students in the college were given projects as part of
their curriculum

Aamir Khan acts as a mentor for his friends to make them
realize that passion leads to excellence and thus one
should do what one loves.

Cognitive learning
Knowledge is imparted in the students through lectures
and by giving them various projects.
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Boman Irani ( The Principal)

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Students are not able to perform
well because of the fear of failing
They do not learn the practical
applications of the concepts taught as
stress is on scoring marks and not on
The pressure created even drove a
student to commit suicide.
Students become a part of the rat
race and do not understand the
importance of pursuing their passion.
No creativity due to fear of getting
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The trainees understand the importance of
pursuing their passion

They understand the importance of excelling at

what they do rather than running after success.

The trainees learn to live their life free of fear

and understand what their trainer was teaching

The trainees learn that every stressful situation

can be faced by telling your heart that all is well.
Performance deteriorates under pressure and it is
important to manage stress successfully to
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As the trainer here demonstrated whatever he
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Training that is imposed upon the trainees
is not effective.

Open communication is important between

the trainer and the trainees. One way
training is not as effective as interactive

Demonstration training is more effective as

it shows the practical application of the

Learning from the peer group is much

greater than classroom learning.

Once the importance of the learning being

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imparted is explained to the trainees, they
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