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- HOT Training. Sisson, Gary R. // Executive Excellence;Mar2002, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p15
Discusses the procedures of implementing successful hands-on training for employees. Reviewing of notes for inexperienced person; Introduction of the subject and discussion of its importance; Evaluation of the performance of the employees during the training.
- Met support services to go under hammer. // People Management;08/08/96, Vol. 2 Issue 16, p6
Reports that 2,000 civilian jobs may be contracted out to the private sector in an effort to cut cost, according to a review of support functions in the Metropolitan Police. Criticism about the report's outcome; Recommendation of the review regarding the training of personnel; Subject that will...
- Training. // People Management;11/21/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 23, p12
Presents information on several training projects related with human resource management. British government's effort on lack of engineering skills; Initiative on accreditayion for volunteers; Difficulties of tourism industry to raise its employer image.
- Why the training trade needs a toolkit of terms. Harrison, Roy // People Management;8/28/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 17, p47
Argues that the training profession needs a common language in order to measure success and recognize achievements in the training of employees in Great Britain. Examples of terms used in the training profession; Problem with the trends in employee training tracked by the British Department for...
- A TECHNICAL INSTRUCTOR'S METHOD/MEDIA SELECTION GUIDE. Herem, Maynard A. // Training & Development Journal;Aug78, Vol. 32 Issue 8, p44
Presents guidelines for selecting methods and media for use in employee training programs. Proper placement of the decision process in the program-development cycle; Types of learning needed by trainees; Method/media selection flowgram.
- SKILLS TRAINING--A PRACTICAL APPROACH. Reich, Larry L. // Training & Development Journal;Aug79, Vol. 33 Issue 8, p24
Presents the steps to the design of employee skills training programs for personnel management. Instructional objectives; Behaviorally-anchored rating system.
- Developing Training Step-by-Step. Kello, John E. // Training & Development Journal;Jan1986, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p50
Presents a step-by-step guide on how to develop employee training programs. Need for cooperation between management and unions; Need for establishment of training goals; Initiation of training on a limited basis.
- Measuring Training Results: Key to Managerial Commitment. Bell, James D.; Kerr, Deborah L. // Training & Development Journal;Jan1987, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p70
Discusses the Del Gaizo's four-level evaluation model for employee training programs. Participants' view of the training program; Analysis of skills; Participants' use of the skills on the job; Effectiveness of the program.
- One-Person Departments as Change Agents. // Training & Development Journal;Mar1987, Vol. 41 Issue 3, p68
Focuses on the use of a single trainer as a change agent in a company. Training program that will convince workers to do a better job; Training on how to use machines correctly; Employee performance problem.