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Training Design and Evaluation

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Executive Summary
Skilled employees are essential to maintaining a successful organization. Many organizations face a lack of corporate-wide training which result in miniscule competencies. U.S. Employees are receiving more annual hours of training, according to the American Society for Training and development (ASTD) 2005 state of the industry report, which found an increase in average hours of formal learning per employee from 2004-2005 (HR.Com Limited, 2010).

The fundamental objective for a training design include the following attributes:
Training Design Objective
? To promote an exceptional learning experience for new employees.
? Enhance the quality of organizational effectiveness.
? Sharpen the skills and attributes of new employees to maintain competitive advantage.
? To inform new employees of new trends and technological advancements.
? To develop top-tier performers.

Alternative Source for the Desired Program-sources should include data collection resources that will assess the training needs to implement such as:

? "Interviews/surveys with supervisors/managers.
? interviews/surveys with employees.
? employee performance appraisal documents.
? organization's strategic planning documents (Business Performance, 2010).
? organization/department operational plans.
? organization/department key performance indicators.
? customer complaints.
? critical incidents.
? product/service quality data." (Business Performance, 2010)

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Skilled employees are essential to maintaining a successful organization. Many organizations face a lack of corporate-wide training which result in miniscule competencies. U.S. Employees are receiving more annual hours of training, according to the American Society for Training and development (ASTD) 2005 state of the industry ...

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Executive Summary
Skilled employees are essential to maintaining a successful organization. Many organizations face a lack of corporate-wide training which result in miniscule competencies. U.S. Employees are receiving more annual hours of training, according to the American Society for Training and development (ASTD) 2005 state of the industry report, which found an increase in average hours of formal learning per employee from 2004-2005 (HR.Com Limited, 2010).

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