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Comparing Training Needs. 4 th November 2013. In a brief report, using tables where appropriate, compare the likely training needs for a person starting work in an organisation with training at other levels within the organisational structure (M1). Introduction

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Comparing training needs

Comparing Training Needs

4th November 2013


Comparing training needs

In a brief report, using tables where appropriate, compare the likely training needs for a person starting work in an organisation with training at other levels within the organisational structure (M1).


Comparing training needs

Introduction

Introduce the subject and explain what you will be writing about.

It may be helpful to leave this bit until the end.


Comparing training needs

What is required for a person starting work?

For example:

  • Induction training

  • Introduction to the organisation

  • Health and Safety

  • New procedures

  • Personnel issues

  • Identifying future training requirements


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What is required for training at other levels of the organisation structure?

Think of the training needs you have already identified in P1 and P2.

  • Matching job needs to individuals

  • Matching individual needs to jobs.

  • Recognising how different levels within the organisation require different training.

    (Include tables and lists that you have already done in P1 and P2 to enhance your answer)


Comparing training needs

Compare differences between a starter and other training required.

For example, a starter needs training to introduce them to the organisation. Other people in the organisation will have already been inducted.

Conclusion

In the conclusion you will bring together all of the elements of your report into a few sentences, summarising the comparisons you have made and the key differences you have found.


Comparing training needs

Discuss the importance of workforce training from the employer’s perspective, giving examples of training at different levels. (As a guide – approximately one page.) (D1).


Comparing training needs

Introduction

Introduce the subject and explain what you will be writing about. It may be helpful to leave this bit until the end.


Comparing training needs

What is an employer looking for?

The employer’s objective is to maximise the organisation’s performance. Businesses usually think about profit maximisation and training is a key part of ensuring the organisation performs well. One can look at all the different operations of a business and identify potential training needs which would boost productivity in the business. Employers need to find ways of continually adding value to their business and they can do this through training.


Comparing training needs

Why does an employer need to train? (3 C’s)

Employers are likely to focus on the competence of individual staff focusing on how to help them to do their job properly. There will also be a range of ‘compliance’ issues which will need to be considered in order to ensure that the business is complying with the law. These might include health and safety training and food safety training. Employment legislation will be important to keep abreast of and trading standards training could be important for staff involved in product design, marketing and sales.

Use P1, P2 and M1 to enhance your answer.


Comparing training needs

Conclusion

In the conclusion you will bring together all of the elements of your report into a few sentences, summarising the comparisons you have made and the key differences you have found.


Comparing training needs

Explain the importance of identifying training needs from both an employee’s perspective and the employer (M2)


Comparing training needs

Introduction

Introduce the subject and explain what you will be writing about. It may be helpful to leave this bit until the end.


Comparing training needs

Why do we need to think about training needs?

People are often the key resource of an organisation and their skills can often make the difference between a successful organisation and one that fails. Making sure that all parts of the organisation are performing well, means implementing training at the right time for those who need it.


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What is the difference between the two perspectives (employee and employer)?

For example, employers need to consider the needs of the organisation first and then the needs of the individual. Employees, on the other hand will often consider their needs before those of the organisation.


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How can the identification of training needs possibly improve the organisation’s performance?

When one looks at all the different aspects of an organisation, from the support activities (such as human resource management; infrastructure needs; technology and procurement) to the primary activities (such as the production and distribution systems, the marketing and sales and of course the after sales care), one can see how training for improvement (competence and competitiveness) can make a significant difference to the business.


Comparing training needs

How can an individual’s performance help the organisation? Show how individual improvement through training can help the organisation better achieve its objectives?

Individual improvement can lead to team improvement which in turn can lead to greater effectiveness and efficiency across the organisation. Once a business has set its objectives it needs to find ways of achieving them – and training or up-skilling is a key part of this.


Comparing training needs

Conclusion

In the conclusion you will bring together all of the elements of your report into a few sentences, summarising the comparisons you have made and the key differences you have found.


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