Training as a Tool for Human Resource Development (HRD)
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Training is a process that applies different methods to strengthen employees’ knowledge and skill needed to perform their job effectively. It means that organizations whether private sector or public sector are generally agree that training and development is very critical to the growth and development of the core activities in which the organizations engages in. However, the organizations are unwilling to invest in training program that has not been sufficiently evaluated in terms of its potential contribution to the organizational strategic goals and mission, and its effectiveness and uses on job to achieve the desired objectives. The solution is the evaluation of training effectiveness that is the measurement of improvement in the employee’s knowledge, skill and behavioral pattern within the organization as a result of training program. This measurement help to match the cost incurred in the design and implementation of training with the associated benefits. Thus, it indicates whether the program has been able to deliver its intended goals and objectives. The purpose of this paper is to review the model of training effectiveness for the adoption by the human resources development executives in their planning, designing and implementation training program.
Phusirimongkol, K. (2016). Training as a Tool for Human Resource Development (HRD). SEAFDEC Technical Seminar 2016 (pp. 65-66). Samut Prakan: Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center.
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