Training & Development

Course Name: 

Training & Development (MBA814)




Elective Courses

Credits (L-T-P): 

(3-0-0) 3


Introduction to training design & implementation -needs analysis and needs assessment, performance analysis, job analysis, task analysis, learner analysis, context analysis and skill gap analysis. Training objectives-training deliverables and instructional strategies, training design budgets and schedules, training project management, design blue prints and proto types. Drafting training materials- developing tests/assessments, quality control issues . Train the trainer programmes- classroom delivering of training, non class room delivering techniques. Evaluation- role of evaluation, evaluation techniques- Kirkpatrick model, CIRO model, cost benefit analysis- evaluating reactions and learning, evaluating transfer of training- learning – principles and theories, social learning.


Donald J. Ford , Bottom-Line Training, PHI, 1999 .
Craig R.L. Training and Development Hand book: A guide to Human Resource Development (4th Ed..), New York, NY:McGraw Hill 1996.
McGrath, Training for Life and Leadership in Industry, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi.
Blanchard, P Nick, and James W. Thacker, Effective Training-Systems, Strategic and Practices,Pearson Education, New Delhi


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