Training Systems Management

547

Course Description:
Corporations invest over $50 billion per year for training and development programs with estimates for increased funding needed for new employees as baby boomers begin to retire. As companies world-wide struggle with an ever-mobile work force, the continuous search for skilled labor, and rapid technological advancements, employee training has become a key strategic focus in order to compete in the global marketplace. This course will address all elements of a systematic process for managing corporate training programs that meet targeted business needs including organizational assessments, training budgets, training evaluation, ethical considerations, generational and cultural issues, and strategic planning, to name a few. All supervisors and managers need to have a solid understanding of the training process within corporations in order to stay competitive and to recruit and retain a highly skilled workforce. Students will be assessed on class participation, group activities, and a final paper. [1]

1 Credit(s)

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