This workshop in panel discussion format features key training and development executives from high profile organizations. It will explore current issues and trends in human resource development.
Moderated by one of the faculty members, the discussion will show how various organizations tackle important and critical issues such as:
re-designing or re-engineering the training function
building partnership relationships with key line managers
delivering just-in-time training to a variety of client needs
This workshop focuses on how to conduct a needs assessment, the beginning point of the training and development process. Participants learn how to use the various methodologies to arrive at specific training needs and also learn how to distinguish non-training needs from training needs.
Participants will gain hands-on experience with using data collection techniques, analyzing data, and presenting them to management.
Negotiating is a cornerstone for the training process ranging from one-on-one situations to dealing with other departments or organizations. In fact, negotiating is how business is actually conducted and this training is vital to leading the training effort. Please call Judy Hand, at (205) 348-0073, if you have an interest in taking this elective.
This course will familiarize you with the functions and roles of the training manager. You will learn about the latest technological developments in training and how to select the appropriate technologies for your situations.
You will learn how to determine specific needs, plan to meet those needs, and implement effective training programs. The course will cover topics such as:
Role of the Training Manager
30-minute Strategic Plan for Training
Training Management as Project Management: a Simulation
Action Learning in Action
How to Run the Training Operation
How to Manage Outsiders
Supporting Learners on Their Own
How to Manage Coaching & Mentoring
This workshop shows participants how to evaluate the training process and calculate the return on investment in a training program. Through the utilization of many examples and case studies, individuals learn how to make training accountable to the organization.
This workshop explores the instructional design strategies as participants learn how to design and develop effective training programs. Participants are taken through a variety of different strategies and step-by-step techniques showing how the design parameters are developed and followed.
This session provides the tools to increase interaction effectiveness, to effectively use power and influence, to improve performance, to assess individual strengths and weaknesses, and to transform your team, department and/or organization.
This workshop shows participants how to deliver dynamic and interesting training programs. It shows a variety of effective ways to deliver programs ranging from demonstrations to case studies. Participants gain hands-on experience with delivery during this interactive workshop.