HR - Managing the Training Function

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Introduction
This course examines how to benefit from HR - Managing the Training Function. HR - Managing the Training Function Course is now recognised as an exciting programme that will bring you up to date on the latest techniques and approaches that are appropriate in HR - Managing the Training Function.


Objectives
By the end of this course participants will be able to:


• Understand the objectives and goals of HR - Managing the Training Function.
• Understand the new shape and design of training functions.
• Know how to control data, finances and figures needed for training efficiency.
• Know how to evaluate training.
• Identifying the training managers as an internal consultant.
• Know how to make Techniques that make a big difference.
• Gett the best from external training providers.

Methodology of Training
Effective presentations for each of the topics together with interactive trainer lead sessions of discussion. There will also be practical sessions and the participants have the opportunity to practice and experience. Role-plays, case studies, DVD's, videos, small group work, exercises and feedback will be used to facilitate learning.


The Organisational Impact
• Participants will be able to work successfully in this course.
• Participants will be able to describe the role of the HR - Managing the Training Function.
• Improve the shape and design of training functions.
• Participants are encouraged to control of data, finances and figures needed for training efficiency.
• Participants will be able to evaluate training.
• Participants will be able to make techniques that make a big difference

This course is designed for :
• All Training Managers and Professionals
• Those who have a responsibility for training others
• Those who wish to move into training management
• HR Management and Professionals with an interest in training
• Those wishing to master the concept of creating added value
• Those responsible for training expenditure

 

Dates

26-30 December 2011

2-6 January 2012

9-13January 2012

16-20 January 2012

12-16 December 2011

19-23 December 2011

Location

London

Paris

Frankfort

Madrid

Rome

Vienna

Fees

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Additional Info

  • Day 1:


    The new shape and design of training functions
    •    Introduction to the course and individuals
    •    Objectives
    •    Why change anything?
    •    How to design effective training functions
    •    Calculating how many staff you need
    •    How training activities fit with organisational strategy
    •    The six critical leadership skills
    •    What do efficient training functions look like – DVD C.S.

  • Day 2:


    The control of data, finances and figures needed for training efficiency
    •    Streamlining essential training data
    •    Make life easy – understanding basic unit costs –exercise
    •    TNA – new software –demonstration
    •    Mastering training budgets – using a simple piece of software –exercise
    •    How to compile your budget in under 15minuts –fun exercises
    •    How to put a training plan together from TNA
    •    The use of four training codes to make planning very easy
    •    Simple technique –great results –how to prioritise training in difficult circumstances

  • Day 3:


    Evaluating training
    •    Definition of added value evaluation
    •    Process needed – detailed practical explanation
    •    What to evaluate –good news use a process to do this – demonstration
    •    Examples of evaluated training and its value to the organization
    •    Practical case study – improving productivity
    •    Group feedback from case study – lessons learned
    •    Case study example – evaluation in practice BHA
    •    Review of case study -

  • Day 4:


    New role – The Training Managers as an internal consultant/ advisor
    •    What is a consultant? – examples of world class consultants DVD Clips
    •    Areas which consultancy fits well – examples
    •    Developing the skills – the number one priority if you are going to be successful as a consultant
    •    Developing business solutions – practice and case study
    •    Where the consultant can add value – exercise Understanding Yourself –participants will have the opportunity of completing either the OPQ32 or the McRay/ Costa NEO PI-R personality profile to see their own personality profile (confidential) – subject  to course size.
    •    Self analysis –how do your current skills/behaviours match with the 12 key areas? –exercise
    •    Review of case study
    •    Locking consultancy into TNA and added value results

  • Day 5:


    Techniques that make a big difference
    •    Marketing the new training function – exercise
    •    Resourcing training materials
    •    Internal success measurers
    •    Producing key results for the senior management
    •    Getting the best from external training providers – writing learning outcome objectives -  exercise
    •    Making the most of training success – celebrate success regularly
    •    Keeping up to date with training innovations –useful resources

  • Period: 5 Hours
  • Duration: 5 Days
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