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Guidebook for International Trainers in Business and Industry (Van…
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0442253923, Hardcover)This book is written to meet a growing need for skilled manpower in business and industry. The author examines the training function, its limitations and alternatives, and the factors that generate a need for training. He outlines a complete strategy for starting a training program in a developing country, with procedures for setting up administrative arrangements, and establishing objectives. Thirty-four training techniques are fully described, with applications and tips on optimum usage. Handy charts, checklists, decision tables, and grids help in assembling the necessary data, and arriving at an effective action plan. Several widely used training systems are thoroughly detailed, including the advantages and disadvantages. This book examines measurement and feedback devices, and provides guidelines for selecting and evaluating trainers, course designers, and administrators. It analyzes funding procedures, and gives instructions for setting up a chart of accounts and preparing a zero base budget.Decision-makers for countries, corporations, and organizations will use this book for to determine whether training meets their socio-economic goals, and for a wide variety of other decisions related to training. Experienced trainers and human resources developers will welcome its proven guidelines for every area of international, multinational, and cross-cultural training. New trainers will find it an authoritative source of ready-to-use training methods.
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