- How to: Decide on training methods. Fowler, Alan // People Management;12/21/95, Vol. 1 Issue 25, p36
Discusses the relative merits of lectures, group discussions, role-play exercises, films and videos, case studies, management games and outdoor events. Group training methods; Individual training methods.
- Training resources. // People Management;12/19/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 25, p43
Presents information relating to training resources. Film on how to handle difficult customers; Aim of the distance learning package `Essential business skills'; Details on `session shakers.'
- A guide to high-tech training delivery: Part I. Munger, Paul David // Training & Development;Dec96, Vol. 50 Issue 12, p55
Describes delivery methods used in training and the situations in which they are most appropriate. Computer-based training; Artificial intelligence; Hypertext; Embedded training; Videotapes; Interactive videodisc; Compact discs.
- Capability key to change. // Chartered Accountants Journal;Mar1998, Vol. 77 Issue 2, p67
States that `capability' is a key in change in skills management, with reference to the Education and Training Support Agency. Information on the labour market; Views of John Stevenson, a British consultant and researcher in capability; Reference to the need for individuals to develop their own...
- Training resources. // People Management;03/07/96, Vol. 2 Issue 5, p45
Presents news briefs pertaining to training resources for personnel management in United Kingdom. Range of video titles to be launched by Fenman Training at Human Resources Development (HRD) Week; Interactive product from Maxim Training featured by Professor John Adair; `Modern Apprentice' open...
- Death renews charge of `SAS style' training. Welch, Jilly // People Management;03/06/97, Vol. 3 Issue 5, p7
Presents why employer and peer pressure on trainees to succeed on outdoor courses can be dangerous. Outdoor activities courses legislations; Ban on `Special Art Service (SAS) style' commercial training courses; Underlying problem in companies' attitudes to outdoor training and pressure.
- SPEAKING FROM EXPERIENCE. Deterline, William A. // Training & Development Journal;Jun78, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p44
Focuses on the author's experience of real, accountable, performance-oriented, job-performance requirements training. Expectation that gadgets will do all the work without any help and will do all the training; Use of pseudopsychological or semipsychological approaches to self-improvement.
- Some Observations on TNA. // Training & Development Journal;Aug86, Vol. 40 Issue 8, p63
Examines several factors inherent in training needs analysis (TNA) that makes it difficult and ineffective for trainers. Benefits of using the TNA model; Methods of choosing appropriate data-gathering techniques for TNA; List of TNA literature that can be used by trainers designing TNA activities.
- To train or not to train?....an essential question. Dolliver, Sarah K. // Supervision;Oct93, Vol. 54 Issue 10, p12
Focuses on training needs assessment. Definition of training needs of employees; Identifying and solving performance problems; Techniques in gathering data; Pinpointing trends; Missions, priorities and goals.