Systematic Approach to Training
“The Systematic Approach to Training (SAT) is a methodology for managing training programs. It is an orderly; logical approach to determining what people must know and do at a particular job or in a specific profession” (Dhawan, 2018, p.1). This approach is focusing on core objectives and “end in mind” to ensure that employees can master the main takeaways upon completion of the training in order to function properly.
Pros to systematic training:
· “Organized Approach
· Clarity and Responsibility
· Recognizing the Student’s Abilities
· Hands-On Design” (Katchi, 2015, para.8).
Some of the cons of systematic approaches are lack of adaptability, flexibility within the process, being able to change the structure on a moment’s notice or exercise innovative approaches to training.
Please provide examples of systematic or any other training methods that are currently in place within your organization and analyze its pros and cons.
Write an approximately 1800 word paper, APA formatted, with three sources. Please reflect not only on the presented articles but on the ones, you find online or in our library.
Dhawan, S. (2018). The Systematic Approach to Training: Main Phases of the Training Cycle. Retrieved from http://www.top-consultant.com/articles/the%20systematic%20approach%20to%20training.pdf
Katchi, M. (2015). Creating a Well-Oiled Machine: 5 Advantages of a Systematic Approach to Training. 360 Training. Retrieved from http://www.360training.com/enterprise/blog/5-advantages-of-a-systematic-approach-to-training
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