HR MANAGEMENT SERIES
Setting Up a Training and Development Process
How to implement workplace learning solutions.
The learning and development function is an important part of human capital management. Starting from recruitment, training needs exist as employees are expected to deliver performance based on established goals and standards. Without an established onboarding procedure, organisations risk not having appropriate tools to accelerate the new hire’s performance to expected levels.
With organisations operating in a lean environment, and under the pressure to raise productivity, the “productivity of learning” is fast becoming a critical principle for organisations in Singapore looking at training and developing the workforce. How can employees learn spontaneously while working? What are the alternatives to traditional classroom training courses? How can workplace learning practices complement off-the-job training sessions?
(Read more about the productivity of learning here: http://learningatwork.ial.edu.sg/productivity-learning-work)
This course aims to share with learners progressive learning and development practices, tools and techniques to set up this empowering function that will develop and grow talents, and at the same time bring business results.
After the workshop, you will be able to:
- establish the procedure of learning needs data collection
- differentiate the types of learning needs
- verify training as solution to performance gaps
- identify the appropriate workplace learning solutions
- develop the individual development plan
- evaluate training programmes for its effectiveness
Course Code/ID: CRS-N-0028048
(for SDF/SFC applications)
9:00 am to 5:00pm
(14 hrs excluding lunch breaks)
Early bird S$652.70
*Prices are inclusive of 7% GST.
Early bird: 12 Sep 2017
3 & 4 October 2017
Royal Plaza on Scotts or similar
SkillsFuture Credit Claimable
EON Consulting & Training Pte Ltd was established in 1996 and specialises in providing human capital consulting and training services to organisations in Singapore.
Reg. No: 201301501N