problem 1: Use your own experience to describe the components of a management development program. Debate the significance of management development schemes to the organization.
problem 2: Describe all aspects of training assessment and describe why assessment is such a critical part of the work of the HR department.
problem 3: Training Needs Analysis – a precursor to the development of the training program. describe what a TNA is and then describe its significance.
problem 4: How do vocational training programs at school/college benefit the employer?
problem 5: describe Kolb’s learning theory and then describe in detail its validity and significance to trainees in 2012.
problem 6: Detail the fundamental elements of both ‘on the job’ and ‘off the job’ training programs and discusses the significance of each to both staff and the organization.
problem 7: In brief describe a learning and development strategy and then describe how you, as the HR manager, would make sure that all levels of the organization benefit from such a strategy.
problem 8: Most of the management strategists have considered the term ‘ethics’ and their application. In your opinion, does the term have importance in planning training and development programs?