Confusion surrounds training expenditure
- 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.
- How to find the hidden value in packaged training. Galagan, Patricia A. // Training & Development;Aug95, Vol. 49 Issue 8, p34
Offers advice for selecting packaged training programs. Looking at differences in how programs are designed; Understanding the company's strategic learning agenda; Price considerations. INSETS: How to buy video programs.;Tips for training buyers.;Where to find product reviews and listings..
- TRAINING, THE CONSPIRACY AGAINST EMPLOYEES. Uhlmann, Frank W. // Public Personnel Management;Sep/Oct73, Vol. 2 Issue 5, p342
Focuses on the need to establish appropriate training methods for employees. Evaluation on the process of training needs assessment; Motivation for employees on the importance of training; Examination on the conspiracy existing in employee training.
- Tried and True Performance Analysis. Sleezer, Catherine M. // Training & Development;Nov93, Vol. 47 Issue 11, p52
Details a model for analyzing a company's training needs. Factors to consider in analyzing a company's training needs; Roles of human resources practitioners as strategic leaders; Elements of an effective performance analysis.
- Training policy. // People Management;11/2/1995, Vol. 1 Issue 22, p15
Reports on training policy issues in Great Britain. Training program for long-term unemployed people urged on training and enterprise councils; Report released by Workbase Training on workers' lack of basic core skill; `Pump priming' fund to help further education colleges aiming for local...
- Ongoing Learning. Bayless, Maggie // Gourmet Retailer;Oct2001, Vol. 22 Issue 10, p64
Presents the staff training opportunities offered by the Zingerman's Training Compact in the United States. Assessment of the need for ongoing learning; Roles of the Training Compact; Documentation of employer expectations.
- Getting Them Out and Getting Them Back. Nowack, Kenneth M. // Training & Development Journal;Apr90, Vol. 44 Issue 4, p82
Presents some guidelines on employee training needs assessment. Expected response rate of assessment questionnaire; Precision of population estimate; Confidence level.
- The Nominal Group Technique: Applications for Training Needs Assessment. Scott, Dow; Deadrick, Diana // Training & Development Journal;Jun82, Vol. 36 Issue 6, p26
Focuses on the application of the nominal group technique to the assessment of employee training requirements. Importance of training needs assessment to development of training programs; Clarification of long- and short-term objectives; Employee and management involvement.
- Good Questions. Lawrie, John // Training & Development Journal;Sep88, Vol. 42 Issue 9, p8
Recommends a process of questioning to determine the training and development needs of employees and organizations. Assessment of existing skills; Reasons for going into training; Training outcomes.