Curriculum Development and Selection of Training Methods

The step of training is involved with developing overall curriculum of the training in consistent with the objectives of the training. That is, to set the array of courses to be offered. Along with it, the training methods will also best. Will the training be on the job, off the job, prior to employment, or prior to a formal assignment? There are various options out of which one or a combination of methods will be set for a particular training program. So, at this phase training curriculum would be ready and training method would be finalized.

The curriculum must meet the needs of the organization and the participants i.e. must be consistent with training objectives. The content may include-
(i) the operational mechanism of the job in which the trainees are deficient;
(ii) the organizational culture;
(iii) specific language;
(iv) industrial and firm information;
(v) computer operation etc.

The materials should not be beyond the trainees’ level of sophistication, nor should they be too elementary. There should be sufficient pertinence to create optimum motivation.

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