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    Who is responsible for the training processes at your organization? Is this person also responsible for training needs assessment, design, implementation, and evaluation? Should they be? Why or why not.

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    In my organization the administrative assistant is primarily responsible for training new employees. Most of the training involves technical needs: how to operate the network and telephone systems as well as the various reports that must be turned in, and the timeline involved. Most of the actual day-to-day responsibilities, however, are taught through on the job training (trial and error) and by connecting with co-workers, should one have a question. The administrative assistant certainly is ...

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    This solution addresses who is responsible for the training processes at my organization, and discusses if this person is also responsible for training needs assessment, design, implementation, and evaluation. It discusses if this is logical.

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