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kundal academy of development, administration & management (forest), forest government of department, maharashtra Management of Training and Training Establishments
Background • Academy established & Construction Started in 2012 • Actual Training started in 2013 • Declared Autonomous in 11 th April 2014 • Journey Started with one Classroom & one Computer lab
objectives Two aspects of performance in Training have been considered – efficiency and effectiveness. Ø Effectiveness is the foundation of success Ø Efficiency is a minimum condition for survival Ø Efficiency is concerned with doing things right. “without unnecessary expenditure of time, money or effort. ” Ø Effectiveness is doing the right things. “what trainees expect or need from the training for himself & for his organisation
management of training v Participative & Adaptive Leadership v. Practical leadership framework that adapt and thrive in challenging environments. v. A 5 MANTRA : Anticipate , Adapt, Assign , Assess & Assimilate v Innovation in Training (Think outside the box) v Conducive environment for Learning. v. Andragogy & Methodology : Instead of traditional lecture method of training Methodology like Demos, Video clips, games, simulation techniques, case study, management exercises are used for adult trainees. v. Field office Visit & field exercises. v. Training as per clientele. ( sometimes only facilities)
management of training v Passion & Confidence development techniques for Trainers v. Self-knowledge : Values, strengths, growth v. Self-esteem : I can cope, I am competent v. Self-efficacy : Work hard, master skills, persistence v. Self-mastery : Personal vision, creative tension v Technological Intervention v Training management information system v Reaching to people through Website and Jungle book v Informal Feedback Mechanism : v. Evening games & Field exercise v. Evening snack time for informal feedback
management of training establishment v Conducive Learning Environment v Variety of classrooms like, Exercise room & Simulation syndicate rooms, E classrooms, Game zone v Facilities for learning with Pleasure v. Trekking & Rappelling, Rock-climbing, skiing, Jungle Safari, River side night camping. v. Sahyadri Bio floural Park and Walking track v Networking with other Training Institute v Coordination & Partnership with YASHADA v Partnership with Director Forest Education Go. I v Partnership with Zilla Parishad
constraints/challenges faced • Skilled Faculties were not available locally because of remoteness of Academy • Posted officials & staff were not interested to join & work how to overcome them • Excellent facilities and honorarium given to Skilled Faculties of Pune with transportation arrangement from Pune. • Retired govt officials engaged as a full time trainer • Forest Staff from sangli and nearby area posted. • Extra 10% deputation allowance given to permanent class C & D employees. Other Class C & D engaged on contractual basis from nearby villages • Extra 30% Training allowance given to all trainers.
enabling factors : what works v Overall Administrative & Financial autonomy given to DG & Executive committee headed by DG. v Posting of Interested official & Staff only on the recommendation of DG v Effective use of IT in communication v Support of review teams in the form of mid course corrections what does not work? v Location of Training Academy. v Limited Manpower, more dependency on contractual staff. v Lack of entertainment & urban facilities near Academy
impact v Occupancy percentage is almost 92% v Because of Passionate trainer & Innovative methodologies excellent feedback & more trainees wanted to join. v Evening games & snack time for informal feedback works very well for trainee centric training & improvement in training No of Programmes 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 No of Participants 127 36 6 2013 -14 2014 -15 2015 -16 8000 7000 6000 5000 4000 3000 2000 1000 0 6948 1615 2013 -14 2014 -15 2015 -16
Sr. No 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11. 12. Name of Training Programmes conducted 27 26 10 16 3 1 9 7 6 4 8 1 13. Do. PT Induction Training Prog for Class C Empl. 2 70 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. STP Class C Induction Programme STP Class D Induction Programme Zilla Parishad Programme (RGPSA) Right to Service Act 2015, Training JICA Project Workshop 2 2 10 32 1 66 75 707 3905 17 169 8778 Foresters Refresher Course (1 month) Advance Usage of ICT Law for RFOs Office Procedure ETS Training for Surveyor FDCM Training Programme Refresher Training for Mantralaya Assistants Refresher Training for Mantralaya Clerks Refresher Training for Mantralaya PAs Induction Training for Mantralaya Assistants Induction Training for Mantralaya Clerks Induction Training for Mantralaya Desk Officers Total Trained Participants 887 764 296 650 119 40 282 252 219 115 275 39
critical Factors to sustain • Indoor & Outdoor conducive environment for learning & unlearning. • Networking with other training institute • Freedom of Administrative & Financial decision. • Innovative & need based training. • Flexibility in customization, Attention is being paid to in-house capacity building • Periodic review should be done for course correction As and when required.
lesson learned v Focus on learning with pleasure, These innovative and interactive methodologies provided lift to the performance of academy. v Even a small team can deliver quantity and quality training with proper planning and networking v Capacity building of personnel is prerequisite v Adults cannot be taught as children. Need to take into account their requirements and psychology. v Informal feedback mechanism provides the opportunity of improvement in training. v Adaptive leadership & free hand in decision making enhances the performance.
Kundal Academy of Development, Administration and Management Forest Department, Government of Maharashtra thank you