Certified Training and Development Manager

 and development. The certification tests the candidates on various areas in training skills, learning styles, training need assessment, designing training plan, competency based training, new employee training, management development, mentoring, CBT, training evaluation, ROI and diversity training.

Why should one take this certification?

This Course is intended for professionals and graduates wanting to excel in their chosen areas. It is also well suited for those who are already working and would like to take certification for further career progression.

Earning ABA Training and Development Manager Certification can help candidate differentiate in today’s competitive job market, broaden their employment opportunities by displaying their advanced skills, and result in higher earning potential.

Who will benefit from taking this certification?

Job seekers looking to find employment in training, development and human resource departments of various companies, students generally wanting to improve their skill set and make their CV stronger and existing employees looking for a better role can prove their employers the value of their skills through this certification.

Test Details

  • Duration: 40 Hour

Companies that hire ABA Training and Development Manager

Training and Development Managers are in great demand. Companies specializing in training or development or human resource outsourcing are constantly hiring skilled training and development managers. Various public and private companies also need training and development managers for their training, development or human resource departments.

Table of Contents

  1. Training, Development and Education
    1. Introduction
    2. Objectives of Training
    3. Areas of Training
    4. Training Drawbacks
    5. Benefits of Training
    6. Need for Training
    7. Types of Training
    8. Training Risks
    9. Difference between training, education & development
    10. Role of T&D in HRD
  2. Training Skills and Techniques
    1. Teaching Skills
    2. Presentation Skills
    3. Preparing to Teach
    4. Develop and Deliver Concepts
    5. Methods in Training
    6. Training Delivery Methods
    7. Criteria For Method Selection
    8. Effective Learning and Teaching Methods
  3. Learning and Learning Styles
    1. What is learning?
    2. Learning Styles
    3. The Three Representational Modes (TRiM)
    4. Self, Met cognition, Cognition, Knowledge (SMCK)
    5. Other Supporting Theories
    6. Adult Learning
    7. Principles of Training
    8. Student Types
  4. Training Policy
    1. Policy for Training
    2. Good Policy Characteristics
    3. Classification of Policies
    4. Formulation of Policies
    5. Factors Influencing Policy Determination
    6. HR Training and Business Management
  5. Training Need Assessment
    1. Training Content for Different Categories of Employees
    2. Steps for Needs Assessment
    3. Learning Objectives
    4. Requirements of Learners
    5. Steps for T&D Plans
    6. Planning Implementation of Training Plan
    7. Training Room Design
    8. The Training Procedure
  6. T&D Programs
    1. Introduction
    2. Training at Professional Institutions
    3. Workers Training Programme
    4. Supervisory Training & Development Programme
    5. Training Aids
    6. Training Media
  7. Competency Based Training
    1. Competencies
    2. Competency Profiling
    3. Competency-Based HRM Models
  8. New Employee Training
    1. New Hire Training
    2. Purpose of Orientation
    3. Goals of Orientation Programs
    4. Types of Orientation
    5. The Orientation “Toolkit”
    6. On The Job Training
  9. Management Development
    1. Management Development Introduction
    2. Requisites for Successful Management Development Program
    3. Management Development Techniques
  10. Mentoring and Coaching
    1. Coaching Employees
    2. Activity-Mentoring Training
    3. Workplace Mentoring
  11. Computer Based Training
    1. Computer Aided Instruction
    2. Computer-based Training
    3. CBT Usage
    4. Decision Process for CBT Viability
    5. New Capabilities
    6. Web-Based Training
    7. FLEX
  12. Evaluation of Training
    1. Concept
    2. Need for Evaluation
    3. Principles of Evaluation
    4. Evaluation Design
    5. Measuring Training Effectiveness/Impact
    6. Evaluation Plan
    7. Evaluation Types and Process
    8. Warr’s Framework of Evaluation
    9. Kirkpatrick’s Four Levels of Evaluation
    10. Feedback and Assessment
    11. Evaluating Training-staff Performance
    12. ROI (Return on Investment) in Training
    13. Cost Effectiveness
    14. Justification on Investment
    15. Evaluation of Management Training
    16. General Observations
  13. Effective Training and Development
    1. Effective T&D
    2. Assessing Training Effectiveness
    3. High Yield Training Checklist
    4. Training for Performance
  14. Train the Trainer
    1. Training & Development Specialist
    2. Role of T&D Specialist
    3. Skills of’ An Effective Trainer
  15. Training for Diversity
    1. Introduction
    2. Attitudes
    3. Diversity Strategies
    4. Best Practices
    • The certificates obtained by the trainee 
    •            1.Certified Training and Development Manager from AIPS
    •            2.Certificate of Altaknyia institution for development and training, consulting and quality systems in case the
    •            3.trainee passed the final test and handed over all the duties and the final project.
    •            4.Get the trainee to complete the training material printed and coated.
    •            5.It is performed several workshops and practical exercises during the period of implementation of the program.