Learning and organisation development specialist jobs conduct and supervise training and development programmes for employees with a view to developing skills, enhancing productivity and quality of work, and building loyalty to the firm.
Learning and organisation development specialist jobs plan, organise and direct a wide range of training activities, including orientation sessions and arranging on-the-job training for new employees. They help rank-and-file workers maintain and improve their job skills, and possibly prepare for jobs requiring greater skill. Learning/organisation development specialist jobs help supervisors improve their interpersonal skills in order to deal effectively with employees.
Learning and organisation development specialist jobs may set up individualised training plans to strengthen an employee's existing skills or teach new ones. Planning and programme development is an important part of the learning and organisational development specialist's job. In order to identify and assess training needs within the firm, trainers may confer with managers and supervisors or conduct surveys. Learning and organisation development specialist jobs also periodically evaluate training effectiveness.
Depending on the size, goals, and nature of the organisation, specialists may differ considerably in their responsibilities and in the methods they use. Training methods include on-the-job training; apprenticeship training; classroom training and electronic learning, which may involve interactive internet-based training, multimedia programs, distance learning, satellite training, videos and other computer-aided instructional technologies, simulators, conferences and workshops.
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Email the HR Division at email@example.com.