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Theory and Practice of Training

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ISBN-10: 0749454199

ISBN-13: 9780749454197

Edition: 6th 2009

Authors: Roger Buckley, Jim Caple

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List price: $29.95
Edition: 6th
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Kogan Page, Limited
Publication date: 9/3/2009
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 368
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.496
Language: English

Roger Buckley is a chartered psychologist who has spent over 30 years in the field of education, training and development. His experience as a tutor, consultant and manager has been gained from his work in schools, universities, the army and in service industries, including both the private and the public sector. He is also series editor of Kogan Page's successful Practical Trainer series and co-author, with Jim Caple, of The Theory and Practice of Training.

Jim Caple is a psychologist and a director of Cashton-Hodges Consultancy Ltd, specializing in training and development.

Foreword
Acknowledgements
Introduction
Training and the Organizational Environment
The learning organization
Training, education and experience
Training needs
Benefits of training
Training and corporate strategy
Training and systems thinking
A Systematic Approach to Training
Stages in a systematic approach to framing
The Reactive Route into Training
The Proactive Route into Training
Summary and conclusions
Analyses for Training
Job analysis
Job synthesis and future-oriented job analysis
Functional analysis
Knowledge and topic analysis
Cognitive task analysis
Manual skills analysis
Social skills analysis
Training needs/content analysis
Evaluating criteria
Training Objectives
Training objectives
Structure of objectives
Sources of information for objectives
Writing performance statements
Establishing standards and developing
end-of-training criteria measures
Dealing with attitudes
Identifying the conditions
The value of training objectives
Dissenting views on objectives
A response to the dissenting view
Learning Principles and Conditions
Sequencing the training material
Readiness of the learner
Ways of learning
General conditions of learning
Principles and specific conditions supporting learning
Summary and conclusions
The Training Course: Selection, Design and Delivery
Constraints
Target population
Strategies and learning tactics
Tactics
Reinforcement and transfer tactics
Selecting the strategy and tactics
Individual Training and Development
One-to-one training
Coaching
Learning packages
Computer based framing
E-learning
Blended learning
Additional learning opportunities
Assessing the Effectiveness of Training
Reaction level
Learning level
Job behavior and performance level
Organization level
Return on framing investment
Conclusion
Auditing Training
Auditing the training system at the event level
Auditing the training system at the functional level
Auditing the training system at the organizational level
The training auditor
The Role of the Trainer
The trainer in context
Who are the trainers?
Competencies of trainers and coaches
Continuing professional development (CPD)
Managing the transfer of training
Changing roles of the trainer
The consultancy role of the trainer
Marketing the training function
Ethics and the trainer
The image of training
A final word
Methods for Obtaining Information about Performance Problems and Job/Task Content
Structured interview
Observation
Questionnaire
Participation
Self-written job description
Work diary
Film-video-photography
Study of existing personnel records
Technical conference/Group discussion
Sampling
Methods of sampling
Sample size
Example of a Learning Journal
Illustration of a Tutor's Review of a Course
Example of a Checklist to Assess Trainer Performance
References
Index