Preparing Training Needs & Evaluating Training

Code : 2/43

Why Attend This Training Course?

In this course, you will understand how to prepare Training Needs Assessment with the suitable tools to ensure all employees reach and stay at the competent level of training progress and to demonstrate the results that training brings for sustainable development.

What Is The Training Course Methodology?

ACAD Corp’s methodology depends on enabling participants to interact and exchange experiences, explore their competencies and achieve their career aspirations, using forward-thinking training arts, such as Theoretical Lectures, Workshops, Open discussion to exchange opinions and experiences, Scenarios, innovative thinking brainstorming and teamwork, Role-play and simulation, and Audiovisual tools and materials. Participants will receive an agenda including training material as a reference, in addition to some extra notes and booklets. Training material will be presented in English and Arabic.

Who Should Attend This Training Course?

This training course is designed for HR staff and all who are working in performance appraisal systems and estimating potentials.

What Are The Training Course Objectives?

  • Prepare and identify training needs in both scientific and practical manner, by selecting the target levels and required variables, then measure the return of training indicators
  • Define the basic concepts and new directions for the process of training
  • Develop appropriate programs to meet the training requirements and follow-up and evaluation of the training activity
  • Enhance administrative and technical skills, enabling effectively manage training activity and measure its cost-benefit
  • Identify trends of contemporary world leader in the field of training and development of human resources and experiences according to nowadays technological breakthroughs
  • Comprehend how to build, support, and manage data of the training process successfully
  • Evaluate with the appropriate systems the overall quality of training

What Is The Training Course Curriculum?

Basics of the Training Process
  • Types and areas of training
  • Contemporary trends in training
  • Training policy as an integrated system
  • Related to the training activities of other organized activity
  • Integrated stages of training activity
  • Identification of Training Needs
  • Formulate training needs
  • Information collection
  • Application of curriculum: Description of current conditions
  • Imposition of the assumptions and analysis
  • Specify areas of group training
  • Test the most appropriate programs
  • Identify surveys and stand at the level of responses 
 Organizational Patterns of Training Activity
  • Training needs at the level of individuals and organizations
  • Organizational and operations analysis
  • Analysis of individuals
  • Strong planning system working
  • Development planning and policy formulation opportunities
  • Career path planning system
  • Data collection methods to identify training needs with practical studies and observation methods
  • Organizational records & consulting operations
    • Personal interviews
    • Social discussions
    • Assessment records and reports
    • Work samples
  • Performance evaluation system
  • Recruit jobs policies
 Methods to Record TNA Indicators
  • Plan for the training activity
  • Formulate a training plan: Actual target
  • Objective analysis of the training plan (trends and priorities)
  • Methods and tools for training and training aids
  • Areas covered by the plan
  • Basic stages of the development of integrated training plan
  • Design the appropriate nature of strategic development entries with ongoing training methods
  • Practical production and activation of relation
 Preparation for Implementing TNA
  • Activities and steps of implementation
  • Factors affecting the implementation
  • Preparation and design of TNA actual budget
  • Destinations and bodies of expertise
  • How to cope with variables facing execution
  • Cost-benefit approach
  • Curriculum change and impact
  • Track responses curriculum
  • Curriculum holds all non-material changes
  • Monitoring results
  • Practical Application: Case study
 Evaluation and Follow-up
  • Measurements Rating
    • Reaction
    • Learning degree
    • Change in the collective behavior
    • Physical and moral results
    • Cost measurement and return on training
  • Evaluation Stages
    • Curriculum training
    • Coach and trainee
    • Operational activities
  • Tools of Rating
    • Assessments
    • Interviews
    • Surveys
  • Models indicators of the Training Needs Assessment records
    • Prepare follow-up reports to training activities
    • Computer systems and training information
    • Prepare follow-up reports to training activities
    • Determine dimensions of financial information system
    • Application and amendment of the rules
  • Training databases
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