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					Importance of
Training and Development

Seminar in
Human Resource Management
 Brief about Training and Development
 Optimum Utilization of Human Resources
 Development of skills of employees
 Team Productivity
 Team dynamic
 Organization culture
 Effective Work Environment
 Quality Training
 Health and safety issues
 Summary
 Training is of growing importance to companies seeking
  to gain an advantage among competitors.

 Training is a tool to that can lead to higher levels of
  employee retention.

 Employee training is a complex human resource practice
  that can significantly impact a company’s success.
o Training and Development helps in optimizing the utilization of
  human resource that further helps the employee to achieve the
  organizational goals as well as their individual goals.

o The training and development activities are now equally important
  with that of other HR functions. Training and Development can be
  the most important HRM function to treat people well and increase
  the competitive power for the organizations.

o Organizations without on-going training and development cannot
  continue to be effective.
 Training is the act of increasing the knowledge and skills
  of an employee for performing the job assigned to him.

 Development is a long-term educational process utilizing
  an organized and systematic procedure by which
  managerial personnel learn conceptual and theoretical
  knowledge for general purpose.

 Development covers not only those activities which
  improve job performance but also those activities which
  improve the personality of an employee.
 Group of employees
  after the training.

 Quality of tasks done
  the group of
  employees

 Quality of the team
  goes up after the
  training
• The team member

• Team relationships

• Team problem solving

• Team leadership

• Organizational environment
• Organizational culture refers to the general culture within a
  company or organization, and is often also referred to as
  corporate culture, though that isn't the best description since a
  large non-profit organization or charity could also have its own
  organizational culture even though they are definitely not
  corporations.

• Organizational culture is the set of the set of beliefs, values,
  and norms, together with symbols like dramatized events and
  personalities that represents the unique character of an
  organization, and provides the context for action in it and by it.
 Share an understanding that a healthy work environment not only benefits
  employees through improved health and wellness but also benefits
  customers, shareholders and communities

 Take a comprehensive approach to promoting health and wellness
 Encourage workers to take responsibility for their own health, safety and
  wellness and contribute to creating a healthy work environment

 Create environments that make the healthy choice the easy choice
 Provide information and resources to assist their workers to make healthy
  lifestyle choices and to achieve and maintain good health

 Promote work-life balance and make work a healthy life experience
 Create a healthy physical, social and psychological work environment as a
  core business goal
  Quality Training workshops assist you to build, refresh or
  extend your skills as a vocational education and training
  (VET) practitioner.

  All of our Quality Training workshops have been
  reviewed to include:-
 Changes relevant to the National Vet Regulator (NVR)
  standards, and
 Important information about maintaining your compliance
  with the NSW APL Contract that is relevant to trainers
  and assessors
 Health and safety form an integral part of work
  environment.

 Rising awareness can avoid some dangerous accidents
  and occurrences at work place.

 Develop safety reporting systems.

 Train employees on handling facilities an equipments
Commitment within the workplace typically results from the
interaction and the relationship that an employee has with an
organization. Training is one of several human resource
practices that can have a considerable impact on employee
commitment. As stated throughout this paper, training that
seeks to improve employee investment, increase reciprocity,
helps the employee identify with the organization, and serves
to limit alternative employment options will enhance the
employee’s commitment to the company. The result of this
will be an organization that is better able to retain its
workforce.

				
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