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Contents @RHL:Contents @MT:Contents @FCTX2: Acknowledgments Introduction 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 Summary @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 Summary @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 Summary @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 Summary @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 Notes Summary @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 Summary @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 Summary @FCTX2: 8. Creating Custom Training Programs @FCTX3: How Adults in the Workplace Learn Types of Training The Process of Training Design Summary @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 References Index About the Author
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Employees -- Training of.
Employee training personnel.