Advantages and Disadvantages of Training Methods

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HUMAN RESOURCEDEVELOPMENT
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................3TASK 1............................................................................................................................................31.1 Compare different learning styles.........................................................................................31.2 Role of the learning curve and the importance of transferring learning to the workplace....51.3 Contribution of learning styles and theories while planning and designing a learning event.....................................................................................................................................................6TASK 2............................................................................................................................................72.1 Compare the training needed for staff at different levels......................................................72.2 Advantages and disadvantages of training methods.............................................................82.3 A systematic approach to plan training & development for training event..........................9TASK 3..........................................................................................................................................103.1 Preparing the techniques for evaluation of a training event................................................103.2 An evaluation of a training event........................................................................................113.3 Review of the success of the evaluation methods...............................................................11TASK 4..........................................................................................................................................124.1 Role of government in training, development and lifelong learning..................................124.2 Impact of development of competency movement.............................................................134.3 Result of contemporary training initiatives introduced by UK government in HRD.........13CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................14REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................15
INTRODUCTIONHealth care should be affordable for everyone. This facility is provided by Sun Court Ltdin UK. Sun Court Ltd is a health care centre which provides facilities to the people who need. Soto provide these facilities in a best way the employees of this nursing home has to be trained. Toprovide the best training and development facilities to the employees Sun Court Ltd is signing acontract with People R Us to train and develop its employees. Training is essential for everyonewhether it is an individual or a group. Training leads to learning learning leads to developmentand development leads to growth. Sun Court Ltd is planning to have best employees in itspremises so it is aiming to provide training to the employees. In this report it is being stated howSun Court Ltd took help of People R Us in getting assistance and to initiate the event of trainingand development in the organisation. All the elements related to training and development arestated in this project.TASK 1LO1Understand learning theories and learning styles1.1 Compare different learning stylesLive as if you were to die tomorrow, learn as if you were to live forever. Every personhave their own way to learn and they style of learning which a person considers is also different.A person might learn from books, another might learn from experiences, some might learn fromthe tact and so on (Brushett, 2010). So this states how learning styles are different. In relation tothis let us consider the Kolb's theory of different styles of learning. This theory works on fourstages of learning and four styles of learning.
In this theory a person progresses in learning when it goes through a cycle of four stages.First taking a concrete experience, second observation and than it is followed by reflection, thenthird is formation of a concept which is abstract and last is testing the hypothesis to get futureresults and new experiences.DIVERGINGASSIMILATINGCONVERGINGACCOMMODATINGThese people aresensitive and havedifferent perspective tolook at things.These people arelogical and for themconcepts are moreimportant (Zhang,2010).These people areproblem solver andthey tend to use theirlearning to findsolution to practicalissues.These are the peoplewho believe inintuition rather thanlogic. They take apractical andexperimental analysis
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