The role of local Government Authorities in training and development planning: a case of the Muleba district council

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2008
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University of Dar es salaam
Abstract
The primary objective of this study was to assess the Muleba Districts Councils capacity to plan the training and development programme in pursuit of the instability between performance capabilities and performance demands in line to the LGRP orientation. The research based on descriptive survey. It was qualitative research designed to employ the case study for exploratory study to establish characteristics features of the LGAs HRs training and development plans. Finding included that the existing HRs training and Development programme suffered from absence of explicitly to guide the preparations. This state made it possible for training to occupy large portion in relation to the planned training implementation. This mostly was resulted by limited founds that hampered implementation of the plan. Also lack of computerised database for the training undertakings made it difficult to have clear assessment of the plan. Nonetheless, the majority interviewees were of the view that HRs training and development plan was important and thus need to be improved. The study recommends a number of issues to consider. The council is to institute mechanism to low clear and acceptable procedures for training plan preparation. There is the necessary need for concrete integration of the departments` training plans. In the council training planning. These is also a need to include in the plan the focasted percentage of ad trainings. Training policy, training planning management is of great magnitude.
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Available in print form, East Africana Collection, Dr. Wilbert Chagula Library, Class mark (THS EAF HF5549.5.T7Z46)
Keywords
Personnel management, Training of employees, Local goverment, Tanzania
Citation
Gerald, Z (2008) The role of local Government Authorities in training and development planning: a case of the Muleba district council.Master dissertation, University of Dar es Salaam, Dar es Salaam.