PA 600 Human Resources Model Training Methods

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PA 600 Human Resources Model Training Methods
Are there any components of the planning model that you think would be difficult to complete…

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PA 600 Human Resources Model Training Methods

PA 600 Human Resources Model Training Methods

Discussions Week 6 All Students Posts – 87 Pages

Human Resources Planning Model All Students Posts – 45 Pages

Are there any components of the planning model that you think would be difficult to complete at this point?  One of the components is a Business Plan Analysis. In this analysis, you are asked to consider current and future work force trends. In relation to your P-Plan, what are some of those trends? How will they impact your program?  Another component is the Human Resources Assessment. As part of this component, consider the type of positions (both paid and volunteer) that you would need to make your P-Plan work. What are some of those positions?

From our lesson this week we learned that models have many uses. The first is to visualize a process, procedure, or paradigm that contains interrelated parts. The second is to provide a means to remember all of the components and their interactions. A third use of a model is to be a medium for communication and discussion between people. The Human Resources Planning Model is intended to be useful in all three ways…

Training Methods All Students Posts – 42 Pages

How could you adapt some of these training methods for use by either employees or volunteers?  What are some training methods that you think would work well with your P-Plan program?  Would you train employees at the same time as volunteers? Or do you think they should be trained differently?

This week we discussed course objective G “Demonstrate that the program staffing levels will be sufficient to accomplish the work that must be done in accomplishing the program objectives and that issues involved with acquiring, positioning, and training of appropriate human capital have been considered.”

From our lesson we learned that traditional training can include various types of instructional methods, including classroom…