Finding the right training materials to deliver a course in job analysis has always mattered most to corporate trainers and business managers.
And, how course materials are sourced has changed dramatically over the years.
On-demand materials are now readily available. Saving you both time and effort.
We’re excited to announce that you can now download our training materials to run a course in job analysis skills.
How it works
We’ve created these materials so you don’t have to. When you download this material you can use them to train your participants on the basics of job analysis skills.
Your participants will learn how to complete a job analysis. And, will learn about key job analysis skills. These skills include various job analysis methods, types of observation, and the position analysis questionnaire.
All exercises, tests and required reading are included in a 44 page ready-to-use and fully customizable participant manual. We also include 14 unique expert training guides
You will also receive 81 Powerpoint slides that will enable you to deliver this course.
Upon completion of this training course in job analysis skills, your participants will be able to:
– Explain the role of job analysis.
– Describe four job analysis methods.
– Describe the advantages and disadvantages of interviews.
– Detail three types of job observation.
– Introduce a Critical Incident Technique.
– Understand a Position Analysis Questionnaire.
– Explore job analysis techniques.
The following topics are covered within the slides, manuals and support materials provided for this course in job analysis skills.
Job Analysis – The course begins by exploring what is a job analysis. Use the content to explore applications of job analysis skills within companies. The course material then focuses on job descriptions, selection procedures and worker mobility. This section concludes by exploring the role of job analysis with training and development, compensation and performance management.
Main Types Of Job Analysis – This section explores the crucial areas of the job analysis interview. Next, use the material to examine the important concept of observation. The section ends by exploring two crucial job analysis tools – critical incident technique, and the position analysis questionnaire.
Criteria – The final section will help courses participants assess whether they are ready to perform a Job analysis.
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