4.Training group size;When a group is this large, it more people will need extra attention
within a group if they have legitimate questions or something they do
When groups are large, this can drag things on unnecessarily long,
reducing reception of the whole and even breeding some discontent among
employees when individuals slow the process down.
5. Resources;The resources available to the company and the
training department affect the type and depth of the training. The
available budget affects the amount and type of training possible. For
example, sending employees to a local college for a training course may
not fit into the budget. The space available in your workplace is
another resource issue. You need a space large enough to hold all
training participants. If space is limited, the training may need to be
modified for smaller groups. Training materials are also key to
developing a strong training program. A lack of resources limits the
possibilities for training.
May 31st, 2015
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