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Managing and Developing People - Training

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Unit 9 - Section C There are many training programmes that teachers can do within the college in order to gain more knowledge or qualifications to do their job to a better standard. The teachers have to be trained in order to do their teaching effectively people have to learn in order to develop. In the college there is a human resources department and they should have a large responsibility of training and development. The college should make sure that the employees are trained to their full potential in the college and are used in the most productive way, this can benefit both the college and the employees however training and development also have an impact on staff motivation and turnover. There are different training methods such as induction training, on the job training and off the job training. All the different methods have a range of techniques that are used. Induction training can be one of the most important steps that the college do in the training process. Mathew Boulton College get the employees in the college to familiarise them with the organisation. ...read more.


This is internally within the college and has no qualification but gives the teachers more knowledge and experience. The time of the course is usually done in a day though. Another training programme that the college adopt is teacher training which also can be all PGCE or a cert Ed this course is post 16 this course consists of written assignments and an English exam. The other training is management courses and is for line managers it is from edexcel level 2 which are GCSE standard to level 7 which is equivalent to a master's degree it is post graduate for managers. The college also give the DMS course which is the diploma in management studies. They have to ensure that the right people are on the course the time management is good they meet deadlines there is a external awarding body to check that the DMS is going right. The course provides people with skills and qualities that they need in order to become an effective manager. After the qualification has been done there is the chance to top up the level to a masters level. ...read more.


Problems It is time consuming as there is a lot of course work. From one of the trainees view they said it was not interesting Jane Smith said that she would like to change the way the course was ran and give them more time because they come in for six Saturdays a year and have only 10 hours for tutorials. The pass rate in the college is not very high it is about 30% and is very difficult the retention rate is 50% not all passes. Goals To be a good manager with a formal qualification For people to pass the course For people to pass the course to gain qualification and for the college to have a good pass rate. There are also many strengths and weaknesses of the course the weaknesses is that there is a very low pass rate at the college which means that this would not attract people to enrol on the course. Strength is that the people who do pass gain more understating and a better qualification so this could further there career as they can gain a better salary or better job and there improve their overall social life also. Weakness may include things such ?? ?? ?? ?? Aaron Dhaliwal 1 ...read more.

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