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The business world is characterised by an emerging form of a psychological contract, an emphasis on the satisfaction of the customer, the presence of…

Knowing that one’s qualifications will provide local and international career opportunities is a key consideration for many of today’s students. With educational trends leaning…

Training in South Africa

Staying competitive is the key to sustainability in any organisation operating in South Africa. Training your staff in organisations, keeping them motivated and up-to-date…

Training in South Africa

The South African workplace is rapidly transforming due to changes in values systems, increased local and international competition, latest technologies, participative management and the…

An Assessment centre is a technique used to select individuals with high managerial potential for their respective organization. Their abilities are assessed based on…

On-the-job training occurs in the workplace while an employee is carrying out his duties. Trainees learn by doing; they learn continuously and over a long period of time. The reason for on-the-job training this is to allow employees to practise skills, make mistakes and learn from their mistakes under the guidance of an experienced, competent superior.

Off-the-job training methods consists of activities that occur while an employee is not working. The aim of this method is to provide trainees with…

Person analysis involves the determination of any lack of knowledge or skills that the individuals of an organisation possess. Particular needs or factors are…

According to (Goldstein & Ford, p36) the important tasks and KSA’s identified, become the content of the training. In order to create effective performance…

Organisational analysis involves analysing organisation wide performance criteria for example accidents and injuries, absenteeism, turnover, productivity quality labour and operating costs, sexual harassment charges…