Training; A Guide to Manpower Development in an Organization (A Case Study of Kwara State Teaching Service Commission Ilorin.

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TABLE OF CONTENT

CHAPTER ONE

1.0      Introduction

1.1      Scope and limitation of study

1.2      Aims and objective of the study

1.3      Statement of problem

1.4      Importance of the study

1.5      Definition of the term used

1.6      Organization of the study

Reference

CHAPTER TWO

2.0      Literature review

2.1  introduction

2.2       What is training?

2.3 Purpose of training

2.4 Types of training

2.5 Problem of training

2.6      Benefits of training

2.7      Relationship between training and manpower development in an organization

Reference

CHAPTER THREE

3.0      Research methodology

3.1      Introduction

3.2      Sample and population of the study

3.3      Source of data collection instruments

3.4      Method of data analysis

3.5      Research problems

References

CHAPTER FOUR

4.0      Data presentation/analysis and interpretation finding

4.1      Brief history of the case study

4.2      Presentation of data

4.3      Analysis of data

4.4      Testing of hypothesis

4.5      Summary of the chapter

References

 

 

 

CHAPTER FIVE

5.0      Summary, recommendation and conclusion

5.1      Summary of finders

5.2      Recommendations

5.3      Conclusions

5.4      Bibliography

CHAPTER ONE

1.0   GENERAL INTRODUCTION OR BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

1.1   INTRODUCTION

        Is training the bedrock of achieving organizational goal. This question in recent times has been surrounded by confusion due to the immeasurable virtuous of training as conceptual word which increases the quantity and quality of workers mental skills in an organization whether it is established on purely profit making or non-profit making. This further implies that training is the architect of effectiveness and efficiency in an organization. A myriad of large, medium and small scale business shave untimely collapsed unwittingly as a result of their sudden death. Training power is the weapon to conquer defectiveness, backwardness, ineffectiveness, inefficiency and maladministration in an organization. Training will be understood as any learning activity which is directed towards the acquisition of specific knowledge and skills for the purpose of an occupation or task without exhausting too much of our time.

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BOLANLE, Y (2022). Training; A Guide to Manpower Development in an Organization (A Case Study of Kwara State Teaching Service Commission Ilorin.. Afribary. Retrieved from https://afribary.com/works/training-a-guide-to-manpower-development-in-an-organization-a-case-study-of-kwara-state-teaching-service-commission-ilorin

MLA 8th

BOLANLE, YUSUF "Training; A Guide to Manpower Development in an Organization (A Case Study of Kwara State Teaching Service Commission Ilorin." Afribary. Afribary, 06 Jan. 2022, https://afribary.com/works/training-a-guide-to-manpower-development-in-an-organization-a-case-study-of-kwara-state-teaching-service-commission-ilorin. Accessed 09 Aug. 2022.

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BOLANLE, YUSUF . "Training; A Guide to Manpower Development in an Organization (A Case Study of Kwara State Teaching Service Commission Ilorin.". Afribary, Afribary, 06 Jan. 2022. Web. 09 Aug. 2022. < https://afribary.com/works/training-a-guide-to-manpower-development-in-an-organization-a-case-study-of-kwara-state-teaching-service-commission-ilorin >.

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BOLANLE, YUSUF . "Training; A Guide to Manpower Development in an Organization (A Case Study of Kwara State Teaching Service Commission Ilorin." Afribary (2022). Accessed August 09, 2022. https://afribary.com/works/training-a-guide-to-manpower-development-in-an-organization-a-case-study-of-kwara-state-teaching-service-commission-ilorin