Management of the Professional Training of the Personnel and the Process of Evaluating the Training Activity at the Level of the Economic Entities




professional training, professional development, human resource, personnel evaluation


The rapid pace of technology development in all fields of activity contributes to updating the knowledge of employees through continuous training and learning. The standard of knowledge that a trained person must possess changes from one period of time to another, in ever shorter time intervals. Thus, in order to become competitive, economic entities must invest in human resources, the main resource that brings added value over time. The purpose of the training and professional development of the personnel is to help the economic entity, in continuous development, to achieve its objectives by increasing the human and intellectual potential of the employees. Through the professional training of employees, the economic entity will contribute to the development of skills and competencies in order to increase professional performances, as well as their development, so that the future needs of the labor force for the economic entity are met, as much as possible, from within it. Presently, the issue of making investments in the intellectual potential of the staff and evaluating their efficiency is current and requires a detailed study. Thus, in order to determine the economic contribution of the training activity, the economic entities are to carry out the evaluation of the activities carried out in order to identify to what extent this activity led to the achievement of the planned objectives and the justification of the investments made by the economic entity.