Advanced Training Skills for HR Practitioners

Advanced Training Skills for HR Practitioners
(Organizer : Maxima Consulting)

Date :
Monday, 18-12-2006 until Tuesday, 19-12-2006
08:00 - 17:00

Venue :
Aston Atrium Hotel
Jakarta, Indonesia

Fee :
Rp 2.500.000,-

Seminar/Conference Description :
This informative program explores the role of the HRD Department together with the training cycle and its link with business objectives. It is also designed to analyze and assess corporate training needs and evaluate how the organization benefits from the training. Practical learning is a key component of this program and delegates will have the opportunity to develop a work-based project or assignment during the program.

Who Should Attend? :
This pragmatic program is designed for HR practitioners, managers, trainers and those personnel who are involved in training others.

Speaker :

  1. Danet A. Patria, SE., MBA
    Danet is a Professional Trainer and Lecturer, graduated from Oklahoma City University, Oklahoma, USA. He has conducted management and marketing trainings in several
    companies with good results. He has some years of working experience at some private companies in the managerial level positions.
  2. Twela Gunawan, SE., MM
    Managing Director Maxima Consulting
    Twela is a Professional Trainer who has extensive teaching and training experience in several large companies. He has conducted Public and In-house trainings with excellent results since 1990. A graduate of Faculty of Economics University of Indonesia, and has attended various management trainings in Indonesia, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand, Philippines and Australia. He has about 20 years of working experience in some big National and Multi National Companies as General Manager, and also as a Professional Staff to Lembaga PPM. He is currently Managing Director of Maxima Consulting, while teaching at the Master of Management Program at some prominent universities in Jakarta.

Outline :

  1. The roles of HRM and HRD and the strategic influence of HRD
  2. Transitions and the role of HRD in organizational change
    • Methods and techniques for introducing and maintaining change
  3. The learning process and learning curve
    • Levels of competence, styles of adult learning
  4. Analysis and assessment of in-company training
  5. Analysis of training needs at departmental and organizational level
  6. Writing training objectives, standards and performance measures
  7. Design of departmental and corporate training programs
    • Identifying aims, purposes and learning objectives
    • Selecting materials for learners/trainers
    • Lesson planning
  8. Co-ordinating training
  9. Delivering training sessions
  10. Communicating concepts, answering questions, giving feedback
  11. Measuring the effectiveness of training
    • Reaction level evaluation
    • Measuring learning during training
    • Measuring learning back in the workplace
    • Long term evaluation
    • Devising and developing appropriate questionnaires, analyzing the information and presenting findings
  12. The "Learning Organization"

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