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July 24, 2013

Understanding of training

Training is an important word in the business world. The fortune companies have due core requirements imposed on their prospective employees, whether its fresh out of school or experienced. The developed countries have skill-training models to suit their country industry skill requirements. However training is just a part of the learning and unlearning in employees or fresh graduates for diligent fortune companies.

These companies also face the CMMI levels, ISO certifications, process standards, employability standards, research and development, testing/verifications and requires training in all of these areas. The companies always look into bottom line that is profit, and therefore training has to be imparted at the company level and has to look into factors as to how ‘any investment’ in training reflects on the profit and how much better is the investment decisions about training will maximize profit.

The important factor to understand and analyse is obtaining the skills required from ‘area-training’ is not acquired in 5 or 10 days, rather is an ongoing process where skills developed can be complimented with sensible management is of prime importance.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. July 25, 2013 3:19 am

    I agree with you Gautham. The phase of learning is never ending for the freshers or employees at all management levels. Training would be a platform to enrich and enhance the skills & knowledge of the employees for higher productivity and efficiency of an organization.

  2. July 26, 2013 2:56 am

    The point we have to understand in this context, there is considerable skill requirement training data avaiable, we need to build on that. The MNCs have to understand what is that they can expect from a training programme. For IT services example the key area they need in training is operations and these have to be standardized, the training procedures have to be standardized. The base of the performance before the start of training has to be recorded and we need to have a fundamental or base to be improved,, to control this, the monitoring system has to be developed and look for improvements in training to obtain operational excellence. This would be the benchmarking standard.

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