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Recruitment and Selection (BUS-303)
Varies (self-study; self-paced).
August 2018 - Present.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to: describe the importance of organizational training programs and the characteristics of various types of such programs; assist in the conducting of a training needs analysis to determine the goals and objectives of an organizational training program; assist in the designing of a training program to comply with existing organizational needs; facilitate the success of trainees and organizational training program using various methods; determine methods of training that are most likely to succeed based on a given set of organizational objectives; evaluate the success of organizational training programs by reviewing the data from the results of such programs; describe various types of organizational training programs and identify their key components and objectives.
This course is a comprehensive discussion and analysis of organizational training programs, their goals, objectives and effects. Major topics include: organizational systems and dynamics, strategies and practices important in training and development, process of determining the need for developing, implementing and assessing organizational training programs. Focus is on conducting a training needs analysis and designing and implementing the program, along with a system for facilitating the success of the trainees. Other topics include specific types of training programs and training programs that apply to different elements of the organization’s personnel.
In the lower division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in Human Resource Management, Management, or Finance (8/18). NOTE: Course content overlaps topics covered in Training and Development (BUS-304). Care should be given to avoid duplicative credit.