Training and Human Resource Development

Training and Human Resource Development

Training and Human Resource Development

The function of training and human resource development is considered one of the main functions in human resource management, given that the human resource is the real resource for the organization and the source of development and progress. Through it, the organization can follow technological changes and apply modern technology in various fields of work, and the training process is a continuous activity. The organization also includes all employees of the organization, whether old or new.

The concept and importance of training

Training is a complex concept consisting of several elements. It means a development in the individual's information, abilities, skills, ideas, behaviors and attitudes, with the aim of preparing the individual well to meet the requirements of current jobs and developing his technical and mental skills to meet future needs.

Question: What are the reasons that led to the interest in training and developing the human element?
Answer: The importance of training is evident in the following:

1) The necessity of training new employees and familiarizing them with the nature and levels of work and the skills necessary to perform them efficiently.

2) Preparing the individual to carry out the new tasks and providing him with intellectual, technical and behavioral skills for the basic requirements of the new job. Usually, the individual does not continue to perform a certain job throughout his life, but rises from a lower level to a higher level, and therefore each job has specific requirements to carry out its burdens and responsibilities.

3) Technological development in work methods, as you may need special qualitative skills through training that can re-develop the individual's current skills so that he can deal with modern technical methods.
4) Increasing the productivity of the individual, as the interest of training in raising the efficiency of individuals and providing them with new skills is reflected in their level of performance and their good use of the available material capabilities, thus improving the quality of performance.
5) Reducing supervision: trained workers can supervise themselves and do not need external supervision. The more the human element is untrained, the more external supervision is needed, and the more trained the human element is, the less supervision is needed.
6) Reducing accidents and work injuries

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