STUDY ON THE IMPACT OF THE SHORT TRAINING PROGRAMS IN A SMALL ORGANIZATION’S PERFORMANCE STUDY CONDUCTED AT THE ASSOCIATION FOR PROMOTION OF SCIENTIFIC INNOVATION-SUDAN 2010Presentation (1)

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STUDY ON THE IMPACT OF THE SHORT TRAINING PROGRAMS IN A SMALL ORGANIZATION’S PERFORMANCE STUDY CONDUCTED AT THE ASSOCIATION FOR PROMOTION OF SCIENTIFIC INNOVATION-SUDAN 2010

STUDY ON THE IMPACT OF THE SHORT TRAINING PROGRAMS IN A SMALL ORGANIZATION’S PERFORMANCE STUDY CONDUCTED AT THE ASSOCIATION FOR PROMOTION OF SCIENTIFIC INNOVATION-SUDAN 2010 Project Paper Report as the requirements for passing EXECUTIVE DIPLOMA IN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AHLAM MOHAMMED ABBAS HUSSIEN

Content Introduction purpose of project paper Research method Research result project paper obstacle

Introduction  Training is learning experience which seeks a relatively permanent change in the individual that will improve his ability to perform his job well.  Training processes when implemented do not only benefit the organization but also the individuals making up that organization.  Short training programs leads to improved profitability while cultivating more positive attitudes toward profit orientation for the small organizations

Purpose of Project Paper  The quality of Human Resource is an asset to any organization and as a result training has become an issue that has to be faced by every organization.  There is a progressive trend taken by the government of Sudan to ensure that people acquire the necessary knowledge and skills.

purpose of project paper  My case study at Association for Promotion of Scientific Innovation (APSI) establishedofficially in 1993, the introduction of the training component was only in 2005, parallel to the emergence of many centers in the field of human development.  This study to highlight the role of training in employees’ performance and portability of the Malaysian experiment in the human resources development field.

Research method Study area  The shot training programs targeted 30 persons:  senior and intermediate management  Employees have been working for at least one year  Ages of (25-35). .

Research method Study design  Distribution questionnaire (needs’ assessment) was designed using structured questions to collect data from employees of APSI.  Depending on the result of the needs assessment, designed short training program as power point presentation, which is  Time management.  Meeting skills.  Stress management.  Self satisfaction  communication skills  By uploading this Lectures at this link http://www.slideshare.net/ahlamzezo  The staff who have been participated fill out the questionnaire, evaluate the benefit from this online Lectures.

Research result  On assessing the necessary factors for the training program which is related to the employee performance, the study findings showed the following:  Firstly, Job position: the program was found to be useful and effective for subordinate employees compared to senior manager.  The age: as the second factor, the program was found to be more useful and effective among the age group 25-30 compared to the group 30-35  The Gender: The training program was also found to be equally useful and effective among both male and female.

Research result  Secondly, the study showed that the online lecture method was found to be helpful and relevant to employees needs at individual as well as the organizational levels.  Thirdly, on assessing the effect of some of the important factors, such as stress management, time management, meeting and communications skills, on the employees performance, it is found that implementing the training program on the above mentioned factors showed that there is a little improvement in the performance.

Project Paper Obstacle  Location: The case study APSI in Sudan, make it difficult to lecturing directly, and overcome this obstacle has been loaded the lectures on the Internet.  most of the questionnaires were sent via the email.  Time: I could not download the commented sound to the lectures as planned.

Recommendations  Need to be careful when determining the training needs.  Accuracy in the selection of training programs  Attention to evaluating and measuring the yield of the training.  Need to focus on spending on the training process is an appropriate investment expenditure, as reflected in its impact on the future of the department, even if it takes some time.

Recommendations  Seek to harness the experience of Malaysia, through:  open channel of communication between Sudan and Malaysia in the field of human development  The government provide scholarships to Malaysia for training human cadres.

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