Organizational Training and Development

HRM346

Introduction to the training, orientation, and the development of employees in organizational settings. Emphasis on the understanding and application of proven techniques to effectively train and develop employees in the workplace. Students learn to assess organizational training, development, and orientation needs to support and promote organizational goals. Adult learning theory is taught and reinforced through interactive processes. Students also learn how to plan for training and learning activities and how to evaluate their effectiveness. Some training design and implementation are stressed and practiced including the student delivery of simulated training sessions. 3 Credits (3 Lecture) Prerequisite(s): MGT115. As needed.

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