|#||Course Name||Credit Hrs||Prerequisite|
|HRM 623||Training and Development||3||None|
This course provides students with a solid background in the fundamentals of training and development, especially related to needs assessment, transfer of training, learning environment design, methods, and evaluation.
After completing this course, the student will be able to:
- Identify the fundamentals of training and development of employees.
- Explain how to become an expert in training management and staff development.
- Determine training needs and essential requirements for training and development.
- Develop awareness of various training and development methods.
- Practice and manage the activities involved in designing, monitoring and evaluating development activities taking place in an organization.
- Describe how to prepare appropriate development policies.
- Develop understanding of leadership, motivation and effects of change.
- Introduction to employee training and development
- Strategic training
- Organizational characteristics that influence training, training needs in different strategies
- Needs assessment
- Learning and transfer of training
- Program design
- Training evaluation
- Traditional training methods
- Adaptive training; Distance learning; Technology for training support
- Learning management system; Choosing new technology training methods
- Employee development and career management
- Social responsibility: Legal issues, managing diversity, and career challenges
- Career challenges facing a multigenerational workforce
- The future of training and development
- Increased emphasis on performance analysis
Amitabh, D. K., and Raymond, A. N. Employee training and Development, 7th Edition. McGraw-Hill Education, 2020.
Truitt, D. L. The Effect of Training and Development on Employee Attitude as it Relates to Training and Work Proficiency. SAGE Open, 2011.