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The types of training vary and change according to many criteria that the training is classified according to and in this article we will explain the most important types of training and its classifications by:

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Types of training by employment stage

1. Directing the new staff member.

On-the-job training.

Training to update knowledge and skills.

4- Promotion and transfer of training.

Training for the Pension Authority.

Types of training by type of job

Vocational and technical training.

2- Specialized training.

Administrative training.

Types of training by location

1- Within the company.

2- Outside the company

A- In private companies.

B- In government programs.

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Types of training by employment stage

1. Directing the new staff member Orientation

The new employee needs a set of information to inform him of his new job. The information a new employee receives in his or her early days and weeks in the job can affect his or her performance and psychological attitudes for many years to come.

Programs that offer new employees are designed to work to achieve many goals, Like welcoming new employees, and develop a good mental attitude towards the project, Prepare new staff to work and train them on how to do their jobs.

These programs differ in how they are planned to provide new employees for work. Some rely on siege methods, Some rely on interviews with the direct supervisors of these employees, Some rely on printed brochures with all important information, Others.

The most important data and information collected by these methods to provide new staff are as follows:

General information on the project, Like his history, And the type of product, And the administrative organization of the project, And the organizational structure.

2- Permanence system

3- Work clothes.

How to use project property such as telephones and cameras.

Wages, benefits, bonuses and deductions.

Normal, sick and emergency leave and procedures.

Conduct and intrusion in the workplace, and diet rules.

Industrial security and security systems.

9- The location, section and division of the project.

Social insurance, pension system and benefits.

Holidays and holidays.

Promotions and incentives.

Names of supervisors, colleagues and subordinates.

On-the-job training:

Organizations sometimes want to provide on-site training instead of anywhere else to ensure greater training efficiency. Organizations then seek to have their direct supervisors provide trainees with personal information and training. This training is all the more important because many machines today are sophisticated, This is not enough to have the preparation or previous experience of the worker, However, he must receive direct training from the same agency and supervisor. The mistake here in this type of training is that unless the supervisor is a skilled coach and a role model, There is no guarantee that the training will be conducted effectively.

Training aimed at modernizing knowledge and skills

Appropriate training is required when people’s knowledge and skills are outdated, Especially when there are new methods, techniques and work systems. For example When modern information and computer systems interfere with procurement, accounting, salary, sales and document preservation functions, Incumbents need new knowledge and skills to do the work using modern systems.

Training for promotion and transport

Promotion and transport means that an individual’s current skills and knowledge are likely to be different from those required for the job for which he or she will be promoted or transferred. This difference needs training to fill gaps in skills and knowledge. The same can be imagined when the company has the desire to promote someone this disparity from production workers to supervisory positions, where workers are promoted from technical to administrative positions, Justifies the participation of workers in training programs on knowledge and management and supervisory skills.

5. Retirement training

In high-end organizations, Older workers are preparing to retire. Instead of the sudden feeling that the individual has been postponed by leaving the pension, Train the individual to find new ways to work or enjoy life, And follow up on interests outside of work, And manage the tension and get out. Pension.

Types of training by type of job

Technical and vocational training

This type includes manual and mechanical skills in technical and professional functions such as electricity, carpentry, mechanics, maintenance, operations, welding, plumbing, etc.

Apprenticeships are vocational technical training in which some companies or federations set up schools where workers (usually young people) study, They often get a technical certificate (which may be equivalent to a high school or high school), They often pledge to hire them if they are successful.

2- Professional Training

This training includes knowledge and skills to work above the technical and professional work. It usually includes accounting, procurement, sales, production engineering and maintenance engineering. Knowledge and skills here do not focus on routines, It is about solving different problems, designing, planning and following up on different problems. A decision has been taken.

Managerial Training

This training includes the knowledge and management and supervisory skills required to hold low (i.e. supervisory), medium or senior management positions. Knowledge includes management processes for planning, organization, monitoring, decision-making, guidance, leadership, motivation, group management, coordination and communication.

Types of training by location

1- Training within internal training

The company may want to host its in-house courses with trainers from within or outside the company. So companies have to design programs, or invite trainers to participate in software design, And then oversee their implementation.

Another type of training is so-called on-the-job training. on-the-job training in this type of training, The employee’s direct supervisor provides them with the knowledge and skills needed to perform the job, Or oversees the performance of some older staff with experience in the task. In this way, the trainee can imitate a trainer and acquire the skills needed to perform the job. This type is characterized by similarity and similarity of training requirements to job performance conditions, So it’s easy to translate what can be learned into reality and action.

2- Training outside external training

If training expertise and training tools are better obtained outside the company, And maybe outside the state, Some companies prefer to move all or part of their training activities out of the company.

External training is available to private companies or access to government programs.

A- Private training companies: Any company seeking training through a private training office or company must ensure the seriousness of its training, examine the training market and evaluate these offices and private companies.

Government programmes: The state sometimes supports training programs through the country’s civil service bodies (such as central organizations and administrative agencies in Egypt). Or through the Chamber of Commerce and Industry, These are usually programs focused on improving skills and knowledge in areas of national interest.

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