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MODULE 2 DISCUSSION: SIMULATION TRAINING/DEVELOPMENT Brandon Woods posted Apr 19, 2020 12:27 PM Hello Class, Simulation training is a method many companies have adopted to help give trainees a realistic feel of the job. Simulation training is a staple in the military. We use simulators in all of our new pilot training, war training, aircraft repair, and also medical training. HR professionals can objectively determine the value of simulation training by uses feedback tools and surveys from the trainers and the trainees. Feedback derived from such measures enables an organization to refine its standards, objectives, and targets; to track gaps and deviations; and to compare performance between employees (Rachman-Moore & Kenett, 2006). This information can help us upgrade the training or get rid of it and go in another direction if needed. One of the problems with simulation training is that it is a simulation, and the environment is controlled. There are no variables that could hinder the trainee from making on the fly adjustments to specific problems in real-life situations. Simulation training can be used in succession planning by looking at individuals who performed well under pressure for leadership and other positions. Simulation enables students to understand the implications of mapping human resources in terms of organizational and administrative decisions such as compensation, incentives, promotions, recruitment, and selection needs (Rachman-Moore & Kenett, 2006). You can get a great deal of information on your employees and their capabilities, especially for future company hires. References: Rachman-Moore, D., & Kenett, R.S. (2006). The Use Of Simulation To Improve The Effectiveness Of Training In Performance Management. Journal of Management Education, 30(3), 455-476. Retrieved from Module 2 - Background SOCIAL MEDIA AND HR; BEHAVIORAL ANCHORED RATING SCALES; SIMULATION TRAINING Staffing Required Material Davenport, T. H. (2012). Case study: Social media engages employees. FT.Com, Retrieved from the Trident Online Library. Facebook, Blogs & the Boss: The intersection of social media & the workplace. (2013). Retrieved from Wild About Trial (2015). Legal Smart with Alison Triessl—Social Media & Employment. Retrieved from Wilkie, D., & Wright, A. (2014). Balance risks of screening social media activity. HR Magazine, 59(5), 14. Retrieved from ProQuest in the Trident Online Library. Wright, A. Nov., 2014). How Facebook recruits. Retrieved from Optional Material Segal, J. A. (2014). The law and social media in hiring. HR Magazine, 59(9), 70-72. Retrieved from ProQuest in the Trident Online Library. Segal, J. A., & LeMay, J., S.P.H.R. (2014). Should employers use social media to screen job applicants? HR Magazine, 59(11), 20-21. Retrieved from ProQuest in the Trident Online Library. Skill Boosters (2015). Top 5—Social media fails at work. Retrieved from Swain, K. (2017). The impact of social media in the workplace pros and cons. Retrieved from Walden, J. A. (2016). Integrating Social Media Into the Workplace: A Study of Shifting Technology Use Repertoires. Journal Of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 60(2), 347-363. Available in the Trident Online Library. Wright, A. D. (2014). More states prohibit social media snooping. HR Magazine, 59(10), 14. Retrieved from ProQuest in the Trident Online Library. Behaviorally Anchored Rating Scales Required Material Behaviorally Anchored Rating Systems—BARS. Retrieved from Govekar, P. & Christopher, J. Assessing academic advising using behaviorally anchored rating scales (BARS). Example. Retrieved from Optional Material Behaviorally Anchored Rating Scale (BARS) Guide. Retrieved from Simulation Training Required Material Abernathy, D., Allerton, H., Barron, T., & Salopek, J. (1999). Everyday simulation. Training & Development, 53(11), 37. Available in the Trident Online Library. AusBusiness Traveller (2011). Inside REAL Qantas 747 Flight Simulator HD. Retrieved from (for Discussion Forum) (AusBusiness Traveller, 2011) (2017). Why Job Simulation Works. Optional Material Catling, C., Hogan, R., Fox, D., Cummins, A., Kelly, M., & Sheehan, A. (2016). Simulation workshops with first year midwifery students. Nurse Education in Practice, 17, 109-115. Available in the Trident Online Library. Lambert, C., and Lloyd-Jones, H. (2014). Run simulation in your workplace. Education for Primary Care. 25(6), 357-359. Retrieved from BBSCOHost in the Trident Online Library. McMaster, S., Ledrick, D., Stausmire, J., & Burgard, K. (2014). Evaluation of a simulation training program for uncomplicated fishhook removal. Wilderness & Environmental Medicine, 25, 416-424. Available in the Trident Online Library. Uptick in simulation training. (2013). Air Force Time, 3. Available in the Trident Online Library.

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Due on: April 24, 2020 00:00

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