ORGANIZING TRAINING PROGRAM. Presented By: GROUP 4. Lets us answer a couple of questions. What is the basic objective of Training? What are the main areas in which training can operate ? Knowledge Skills Attitudes Techniques Experience`.
In every industry there is a need for managerial staff.
From first-line supervisors to top executives, managers plan and direct the work of the organization, set policy, establish channels of communication, and evaluate the work that is done.
These functions require knowledge, skills, and judgment that are most effectively developed on the job.
To prepare individuals for management responsibilities, many companies use MANAGEMENT TRAINEE positions. These positions are most often found in finance, trade, manufacturing, and in government agencies.
According to The Apprentices Act 1961 Section 8 (3A) “management trainee” means a person who is engaged by an employer for undergoing a course of training in the establishment of the employer ( not being apprenticeship training under this Act) subject to the condition that on successful completion of such training, such person shall be employed by the employer on a regular basis.
Management trainees are low ranking managers who are in the process of learning management methods. They undergo formal training to carry management operations.
Management trainee works under the supervision of an experienced manager while learning. They receive formal training in a variety of management areas.
The Management Trainee position is designed to prepare trainees to work as administrators or managers.
Periodical review and career counseling
Supervisor, being the manager in a direct contact with the operatives, has got multifarious function to perform. The objective behind performance of these functions is to bring stability and soundness in the organization which can be secured through increase in profits which is an end result of higher productivity. Therefore, a supervisor should be concerned with performing the following functions -
and your authority.
• How to handle the challenge of maintaining authority and building
personal friendships with employees.
respect for following procedures and regulations.
and when to adapt.
want to improve.
things to performance feedback and organizational Success-o-Meters.
Specifically, you need to train workers in how to:
The most important part of training is the follow-up supervision.
Adequate supervision includes the following:
In this context, training content and methodologies have to be flexible to increase labour mobility and the employability of new entrants to the labour market and displaced workers.