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Developing The Training Skills of  Specialists

Developing The Training Skills of Specialists


Developing The Training Skills of  Specialists

This course is gladly introduced to you by the International Academy of Human Resource Development (IAHRD).  Our experts have designed these courses to match your needs and take your career to the next level. Here in IAHRD our main goal is to deliver quality. This course will make you understand the significant role of training in the organization. It will make you able to analyze , spot and design the right training for the staff with the right method. To fulfill the gaps in your organization , especially in HR highly contributes in reaping the ultimate success.Many topics will be discussed such as the training context and its four segments, new trend in training, how to run a training? ,and to figure the cost of a training.


By the end of the program,participants will be able to:

  1. Be Familiar with the fundamentals of training.
  2. Plan and manage  the whole training process.
  3. Implement on-the-job high quality training approaches.
  4. Evaluate and assess the outcomes of a training.
  5. Examine ,spot, fulfill the training gaps to find the techniques that fits to nominate and train the right staff.
  6. Level up with the quality of training delivered to staff.
  7. Launch an interactive, communicative and motivational training programs.
  8. Choose the right training method.
  9. Familiarize the characteristics of an effective training plan and how to implement it.
  10. Review, modify and up-date the training information.
  11. Recognize the factors that might influence the training program design.
  12. Specify How Training & Development Can Contribute To The Success Of The Organization.
  13. Appreciate the value of training and development  and its contribution on the success of the organization.


Module 1:

  1. Introduction .
  2. Explain the purpose of  a training through group exercise and mini presentations.
  3. What has changed with the traditional training cycle?
  4. The new TNA four dimensions models.
  5. Linking TNA to a one training process.

Module 2:

  1. Obstacles and issues faced in the training process.
  2. The essentials of a training design.
  3. Competent trained people or high performers?
  4. The three essential documents of the specification, the trainers manual and the trainees manual.
  5. Visual aids creation such as new ideas and addressing the needs of the learner WIIFM.

Module 3:

  1. Co-Coordinators role.
  2. What's needed for the trainers to get ready?
  3. Role of tests within the training.
  4. Where validation best fits?
  5. Dealing with problematic learners.


Module 4:

  1. Evaluation of the outcomes of the training: Knowledge Transfer, Skill, Competence or Performance.
  2. Case studies on the effectiveness of training interventions .
  3. Collating and presenting customers with results.
  4. Completing the cycle , an old or a new method?
  5. The role and affectivity of coaching and mentoring.

Module 5:

  1. Types of data required to be produced.
  2. How to grip the simple unit cost.
  3. Outline budgets.
  4. Reaping the fruits of the training and celebrating success.

Who should attend? 

  1. Trainers.
  2. Top level: Administrative level
  3. Middle level: Executors.
  4. Low level: Supervisory, Operative and First-line managers.
  5. Regular staff who are planning to level up with their career.
  6. Interested candidates in general.


Kuala Lumpur

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