Human Resource Development of Sun Count Residential : Report

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Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION..........................................................................................................................1TASK 1............................................................................................................................................11.1 Comparison of different learning styles................................................................................11.2 Learning curve and importance of learning transfer in workplace.......................................31.3 Contribution of learning theories and styles.........................................................................4TASK 2...........................................................................................................................................52.1 Need of training at different levels of organisation..............................................................52.2 Advantage and disadvantage of different training method...................................................62.3 Systematic Approach to plan a training event......................................................................7TASK 3............................................................................................................................................83.1 Evaluation form for both trainee and trainer.........................................................................83.2 Analysis of evaluation form..................................................................................................93.3 Review success of evaluation form.....................................................................................10TASK 4..........................................................................................................................................104.1 Role of government in training and development...............................................................104.2 Impact of competency movement on both public and private sector..................................124.3 Training Initiative by UK government................................................................................12CONCLUSION............................................................................................................................13.......................................................................................................................................................13REFERENCES.............................................................................................................................14
INTRODUCTIONHuman resource development is identify as an effective practice that combinesorganisational & career development, training efforts to promote enhancement of individual,enterprise and group performance. The main motive of HRD in a company is to confirm thatbusiness has the cache of trained and skilled resources in order to execute various procedures inthe company. It is one of the main departments of an enterprise to manage essential asset of thefirm i.e. its workers (Bray and et. al., 2012). Chosen organisation is Sun Count Residential HomeLimited. It is a consultancy firm that provides different facilities to the old age peoplesystematically. Theory and styles of learning are very important for the individuals andenterprise to increase their performance effectively. This assignment discusses about differentlearning styles and importance of learning curve. Advantages or disadvantage of trainingmethods at different levels are also shown in this project. Analysing and success of evaluationform are determined in this study as well. Role of government and impact of competencymovement in training and development are also described here.TASK 11.1 Comparison of different learning stylesLearning style:It refers to various theories and models motive of which is to generate aknowing regarding the variation in individual learning. In this, classification of the people iscompleted according to its learning style (Learning Styles and why they matter, 2018).Furthermore, a large number of persons learn or acquire in different ways. Thus, it assists inknowing the changes in individuals learning. There are various styles which are discussed asbelow:David Kolb's Model:This style is based on experimental learning model which isimportant for the individuals to increase their experience level. This aspect includes four partssuch as Assimilator, Diverger, Accommodator and Converger (Brewster and Hegewisch, 2017).There are mainly two related methods due to grasping practices such as AbstractConceptualization and concrete skill. All these are essential to maximise the basic knowledge ofperson towards a specific matter.1
Illustration1: Kolb's Learning Styles§(Source:Saul Mcleod, 2018)Peter Honey and Alan Mumford's Style:It is another important and main style oflearning which assists an individual to learn more. This model covers four parts such asPragmatist, Theorist, Reflector and Activist (Chelladurai and Kerwin, 2017). These aspects arevaluable and beneficial for both; organisation and individual to maximise their performance andprofitability level.Gagne's Learning theory:It is an important style of learning which is applied by the SunCount in order to provide basis learning and training to the person with the aim of enhancingtheir performance. It is also categorise into four parts such as Verbal, Intellectual, Cognitivestrategy and attitude skills. In this different learning events are provided by the company to theiremployees such as guidance, reinforcement, feedback and many other to maximise basic skilland knowledge of individual on particular subjects (Cummings and Worley, 2014).Comparison in between above three learning stylesBasis of comparisonDavid Kolb's ModelPeter Honey and AlanMumford's StyleGagne's Learningtheory2
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