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BUS 358-001 Fall 2011 1 University of Regina -Faculty of Business Administration
 

Summary: BUS 358-001 Fall 2011 1
University of Regina - Faculty of Business Administration
Training & Development - Fall 2011
BUS 358-001 Thursday Nights 7:00-9:45 pm - ED621
Instructor: Karen Cartmell, BMath, MBA, PMP, CEBS, FLMI
Office Hours: By appointment
e-mail: cartmelk@uregina.ca
Overview:
This course takes the perspective of human resource professionals and is concerned with the design,
implementation, and evaluation of training and development programs. The topics include: performing needs
analysis, applying learning models in designing and implementing programs, and evaluating the costs and
benefits of training and development. The course also considers career development issues and practices.
Learning Outcomes & Objectives:
To become familiar with major training and development issues facing HR managers.
To acquire theoretical and practical knowledge about training and development techniques,
systems, and practices.
To understand the relationships between organizational strategy and training and development
practices.
Required Text:
Noe, Raymond A. and Peacock, Melanie Employee Training & Development (1st Canadian Edition). Toronto:

  

Source: Argerami, Martin - Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Regina

 

Collections: Mathematics