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On-going Staff Training Presented by Ali Henrich, Kevin Meiners, & Kurt Bushman Objectives Give brief history Present current examples Identify similarities Provide model for Recreational Areas State importance of On-going Training History Definition of Training

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on going staff training

On-going Staff Training

Presented by

Ali Henrich,

Kevin Meiners,

& Kurt Bushman

objectives
Objectives
  • Give brief history
  • Present current examples
  • Identify similarities
  • Provide model for Recreational Areas
  • State importance of On-going Training
history
History
  • Definition of Training
  • Purpose of Training for Current Employees
  • Types of Training Methods
  • Who Does Training?
definition of training
Definition of Training
  • Training – 1) The teaching, drill, or discipline by which powers of mind or body are developed;

2) development of particular skill;

3) instruction in an art, profession, or occupation.

  • On-Going – That is continuously moving forward or making progress.
purpose of training
Purpose of Training
  • Build Efficient, Effective, & Highly Motivated Team
  • Increase knowledge of technology
  • Allow for replacements for personnel who leave
  • Increase company’s financial gains
types of training
Types of Training
  • On-the-job Training
  • Off-the-job Training
job instruction training
Job Instruction Training
  • Break Down of Steps
  • Advantages
  • Disadvantages
job rotation training
Job Rotation Training
  • Observation to Learn
  • Advantage
  • Disadvantage
internship training
Internship Training
  • Special Project
  • Advantage
  • Disadvantage
audiovisual training
Audiovisual Training
  • Explanation
  • Advantages
  • Disadvantages
seminar training
Seminar Training
  • Definition
  • Advantage
  • Disadvantage
conferences professional development training
Conferences/ Professional Development Training
  • Definition
  • Advantage
  • Disadvantage
simulation training
Simulation Training
  • Definition
  • Advantage
experiential training
Experiential Training
  • Definition
  • Advantage
  • Disadvantage
who facilitates training
Who Facilitates Training?
  • Upper Level Management
  • Consulting Firm
  • Computer Programs
home depot
Home Depot
  • Associate
  • Department Manager
  • Assistant Store Manager
  • Store Manager
associate training requirements
Associate Training Requirements
  • 7 ½ hours of in store product training
  • 101, 102, 103, Professional (for each department)
department manager training requirements
Department Manager Training Requirements
  • All Associate Requirements
  • 10 week training program
assistant store manager training requirements
Assistant Store Manager Training Requirements
  • Must complete all of the above skill level requirements
  • Attend additional 2 weeks of training
store manager training requirements
Store Manager Training Requirements
  • All requirements of an Assistant Store Manager
  • Additional 2 week training program
uw la crosse resident assistant r a training requirements
UW-La Crosse Resident Assistant (R.A.) Training Requirements
  • One Large Summer Training
  • Weekly Staff Meetings
  • Staff Required Activities
summer training requirements
Summer Training Requirements
  • Experiential Workshops
  • Educational Workshops
  • Debriefing with Hall Directors
  • Large informational workshops
weekly staff meetings
Weekly Staff Meetings
  • Cube Reports
  • Current Campus Trends
  • Hall Director Report
  • Meeting with Liaison
staff required activities
Staff Required Activities
  • Semester Break Training
  • Staff Human Relations Enhancement
  • Awards Ceremony
6 flags great america human resource department
6 Flags, Great America Human Resource Department
  • Classes
  • Department Retreat
  • Staff Meetings
  • Park Com
classes
Classes
  • Class Subjects
  • Explanation
staff meetings
Staff Meetings
  • Who
  • When
  • Purpose
park com
Park Com
  • When
  • Who
  • Purpose
fundamental components of on going training
Fundamental Components of On-going Training
  • Technical Skills
  • Conceptual Skills
  • Interpersonal Skills
  • Basic Skills
training program for a recreation business
Training Program for a Recreation Business
  • Attend Conference
  • Evaluate Conference
  • Share ideas with Staff
  • Staff Feedback on Ideas
  • Trial Period
  • Department Evaluation
summary
Summary
  • Purpose of On-going Training
  • Examples
  • Sample Training Program
reference list
Reference List
  • “Employee Training and Development”. Managing a Small Business.www.bizmove.com/personnel/m4d.htm
  • Rindt, David. Six Flags Great America. Interview (February 13, 2001). Human Resources Department. Gurnee, IL.
  • Meiners, Todd. Home Depot. Onalaska, WI. Interview (March 21, 2001). Millwork Department, Department Manager.
  • Rohman, Paige. University of WI La Crosse. Interview (March 23, 2001). Hall Director, Coate Hall.
  • Henrich, Patricia. Tax Management Services. Green Bay, WI, Interview (March 6, 2001). Tax Consultant/CPA.
  • Culkin, David F. & Kirsch, Sondra L. Managing Human Resources in Recreation, Parks, and Leisure Services. Macmillan Publishing Company, London: 1986.