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An HR Professional's Role in Learning and Development

HR professionals encounter questions about learning and development related to every phase of the employee life cycle, from forecasting and on-boarding to performance management, retention, and engagement. This foundational course will improve your own training skills as an HR professional in order to ensure the ongoing development of your organization’s employees. Practice navigating each phase of a tried-and-true model for effective training design and delivery, become adept at recognizing what skills and knowledge will be necessary to your organization in the future, and aid current employees in attaining them. Learn how to position your organization so that professional development becomes a benefit for prospective and current employees, and explore the sensitive issues involved in training union employees.

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You'll Walk Away with

  • Knowledge of the key issues related to learning and development at each phase of the employee life cycle
  • Familiarity with the five phases of the ADDIE training design model—analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation
  • The ability to analyze aspects of an existing organizational professional development program according to the principles and models discussed in class
  • The skills to apply an HR litmus test to decisions related to providing professional development opportunities

Ideal for

  • HR professionals
  • Those seeking to enter the human resources field
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