Table of contents for The accidental trainer : a reference manual for the small, part-time, or one-person training department / Nanette Miner.

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@FCTX2:	Acknowledgments
	1.	The Rewards, Challenges, and Responsibilities of an Accidental Trainer
@FCTX3:	Rewards and Challenges
	The Accidental Trainer's Many Roles
	Unique Needs of an Accidental Trainer
@FCTX2:	2.	Building Alliances, Marketing the Training Function, and Communicating the Value of Training
@FCTX3:	Building Alliances
	Marketing the Training Function
	Communicating the Value of Training
@FCTX2:	3.	Identifying Training Needs, Determining a Budget for Them, and Proving Their Worth
@FCTX3:	Gathering Data
	Proving the Value of Training
	Budgeting for Training
@FCTX2:	4.	Organization, Time and Project Management, and Technology Tools
@FCTX3:	Organization: The Key to It All
	Managing Your Time Effectively
	Managing Projects
	Technology Solutions
@FCTX2:	5.	Producing Training Programs
@FCTX3:	Training Programs Defined
	Choosing the Location
	Room Arrangement
	Dates and Times
	Audiovisual Requirements
	Materials and Reproduction
	Food and Beverage
@FCTX2:	6	When and How to Choose Vendors and Outside Resources
@FCTX3:	The Make-versus-Buy Decision
	Types of Vendors
	Choosing and Working with Vendors
@FCTX2:	7.	How to Provide Employee Training Without Doing It Yourself
@FCTX3:	Low-Cost and Free Training Resources
	Tuition Reimbursement Programs
	In-House Library
	More Labor-Intensive Training Solutions
@FCTX2:	8.	Creating Custom Training Programs
@FCTX3:	How Adults in the Workplace Learn
	Types of Training
	The Process of Training Design
@FCTX2:	9.	Where Do You Go from Here?
@FCTX3:	Making Each Day Productive and Enjoyable
	Laying the Groundwork for Creating a Full-Fledged Training Department
	Where Can You Go Next?
@FCTX2:	Additional Resources
	About the Author

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Employees -- Training of.
Employee training personnel.