Training and HRM: Case Study of KFC

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Running head: PROFESSIONAL PROJECTProfessional ProjectEffectiveness of Training and HRM: a case study of KFCName of Student:Student ID:Name of University:Author’s Note:
1PROFESSIONAL PROJECTTable of ContentsTraining and Development:.............................................................................................................2Types of Training and Development programs for employees:..................................................2Training Stages and Developmental Programs:..............................................................................2Overview:........................................................................................................................................3Training and Development at KFC:................................................................................................4Research Aim:.................................................................................................................................5Research Question:..........................................................................................................................6Research Methodology:...................................................................................................................6Research Analysis:...........................................................................................................................6Research Plan:.................................................................................................................................7Reference:........................................................................................................................................8
2PROFESSIONAL PROJECTTraining and Development:Training can be defined as the systematic improvement of the factor of knowledge alongwith skills and attitudes that is being required by individuals for performing effectively in agiven task or job (Shuck & Rocco, 2014). Training can also be stated as the act of augmentingthe level of skill and knowledge of employees for performing a certain job within the workplace.The term training indicates the procedure of improving the factors of skills, capabilities andaptitudes of the employees (Amir & Amen, 2013). Training is the process that helps in upgradingthe older talents and improving on the new ones. The primary objective of training is in makingsure the accessibility of desired and skilled employees to the organization.Types of Training and Development programs for employees:Various observe are being followed in various industries and organizations. Therefore, asper Karatepe, (2013), the training and developmental training need mainly depends on the needof the job outline. There are several kinds of programs that are being shared by various authors.There are various types of training like on-the-job and off-the-job that can be further segregatedinto things like job rotation, internship training, apprenticeship, case study method, vestibuletraining and behavioral modeling.Training Stages and Developmental Programs:Training needs to be conducted in the most systematic of orders for deriving the predictablebenefits from it. The system of training can engage four stages like assessing of the needs fortraining and developing programs, designing and training of the same, implementing the trainingprogram and evaluating it (Mengistu, 2016).Development Programs:
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