Bismilahhirahmanirrahim ~ In The Name Of Allah The Most Gracious and The Most Merciful
What is TRAINING ?
Training is the attempt by an organization to change employees through learning process so that they are able to perform their jobs as efficiently as possible.
A – change Attitude
S – develop Skills
K – increase Knowledge
The Human Resource Development Fund
- Sector which required to contribute to the human resource development fund
- manufacturing, empolyees > 50
- manufacturing, 10-49 employees but paid up capital of RM2.5 million and above
- services with more than 10 employees in the following areas:
- hotel, tour operators, shipping, air transport, advertising, telecommunication, postal and courier services, computer services, freight forwording, private higher education, warehousing services, security services, hypermarket, supermarket, department stores, training, accounting & auditing, direct selling, engineering, consultancy, private hospitals, road transport, railways.
What Happens To A Company Which Does Not Train Its Employees?
The following costs will incur if an employer does not train his employees:
- Payment to employees when learning on the job, which may take longer if it is not properly planned for.
- Costs of wasted materials, sales and customers lost because of mistakes made by untrained employees.
- Management time cost taken to undo the mistakes made by the untrained employees.
- Lowered morale, leading to higher turnover, amongs team members who are demotivated by working with an untrained employees.
- Accident-related costs; it is well-documented that untrained workers tend to have more accidents.
- Higher turnover leading to recruitment costs because employees feel they have no prospects of further development.
Benefits of Training
- Oppotunities attract and help to retain talented workers.
- Increases worker productivity.
- Increase worker’s job satisfaction.
- Keeps workers up-to-date.
- Helps to motivate workers.
The Training Process
Identify training needs >>> Set training objectives >>> Develop training programme >>> Implement the programme >>> Evaluate the programme.
What Is A Training Need?
A training is a problem which prevents work being done satisfactorily and which can be overcome by training.
Training Needs Analysis
- Who needs training?
- In Situation
- new employees
- promotion and transfer
- new machinery
- new procedures and policies
- new products or services
- In Situation
- What skills or knowledge do they need? Do their attitudes need changing?
- Problems suggesting a training need include:
- falling output
- rising error, scrap, waste, mistakes
- increasing time taken to complete work
- increasing accident rate
- increasing customer complaints
1) Behaviour required of the trainee
2) Standards of performance
3) Conditions for performance
Developing Training Programmes
Factors to consider:
- individual or group
1) On the Job
Break down the job into its separate parts
Give an overview of the job
Demonstrate a part of the job for the trainee
Let the trainee try to do what has been demonstrated
Correct any mistakes
Let trainee practice
3) Audio-visual aids
4) Computer-aided learning/eLearning
5) Role playing
6) Case studies
10) Projects/special assignments
1) The learner must want to learn.
2) Active learning is more effective than passive learning.
3) Learning is faster in teams.
- eLearning allows learners to learn at the speed which suits them best.
- eLearning allows for savings on logistics costs.
- elearning allows employees to learn at times which suits them best.