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1.INTRODUCTION
The KSD Municipality are encountering a major phase of turn down with regard to the delivery of services. This has seen a notable mass departure of available skills and reduced investment in human capital development which is in addition to the severe shortage of skills in the various sectors. The sectors, moreover are in need of intermediate artisan skills, which can be solved by a remarkable investment in human capital and workplace contact which can increasingly develop interpersonal, systematic and artisan skills. Against this background, KING SABATHA DALINYEBO MUNICIPALITY (KSD), like most public sector Municipalities are affected by the plague of weak delivery in services, with employees in the organization not executing their duties up to the expected of the standards. Employees who own the reputation of the municipality and can adversely affect its profitability are most valuable asset of every municipalities (McKinsey Quarterly,2006).

Employees, more often than not are responsible for the majority of necessary work to be done as well as customer satisfaction, the quality of the event and services. Both old and new employees do not develop the necessary set of skills for task achievement at their optimum potential without proper training and development. Properly trained and development is expected in the workplace. Employees without proper training and development lack a organisation grab on their duties and responsibilities. Training and development according to (shaw , 2011) is a process that provides employees with skills , information and understanding of the organisation and its goal.

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Training and development helps employees in making the positive contribution that are necessary to the success of an organisation in terms of his or her good performance on the job. Training is of much meaning in achieving the objectives of the organisation by keeping in view the interest of employees and organization (Stone 2002). Training includes but not limited to software training, management training whereas development focuses primarily on the activities that improve employee skills for future endeavours. Municipalities are now facing new changes due to the quick pace of technological and global development.

Training methods that apply an impact on the job must also be recognized so that an employee should be trained in order to occupy that specific space .The employee avenues to enhance their basic skill in order to help them cope with situations that are much difficulty .A minimum of 40 hours suggested by the American society for training and development (Kreitner et al..,2004).
2.BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
King SabathaDalindyebo Local Municipality is a municipality situated in the inland of EasternCape Province in South Africa. The municipality is made up of Mthatha and Mqanduli. The KSD local municipality is one of seven local municipalities within the Oliver Reginald Tambo District Municipality.the KSD local municipality was established before the 2000 local government election when the Mthatha and Mqanduli transitional and rural areas were merged.

The municipality was named after King SabathaDalindyebo because he was seen as a unifying figure to the people of both Mthatha and Mqanduli and was as a hero who fought for the freedom of Transkei and South Africa. In terms of the critical skills required by most companies, there is a significant shortage of experienced managers, professional project managers, candidate project managers and qualified artisans in South Africa. This shortage threatens to block service delivery unless improved delivery servicesare instituted
Training should assist individual performance to impact positively on organisational services both in the short term and in the future. The municipal council consists of seventy- two members elected by mixed-member proportional representation. Thirty six councillors are elected by first- past-the – post voting in thirty six wards, while the remaining thirty six are chosen from party lists so that the total number of party representatives is proportional to the number of votes received. In the election of 3 august 2016 African National Congress won a majority of six-seats on the council.

3.SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY
Employees are able to balance their work life and personal life in a much better way.

Such programs help in improving physical and psychological health of the employees, thereby bringing down the absenteeism as well as turnover rate.

Training programs helps in determining path goal of an employee.

These programs lead to successful negotiation and enable the designing of the contracts which satisfy all sorts of employees.

They improve the communication at all levels of management which helps in minimizing conflict between different levels of employees.

These programs also aim at the progress of the individuals in their personal and professional lives.

It helps in bridging the gap between employees and employer,thereby making them more loyal with their concern.

4.PRIMARY RESEARCH QUESTIONS
The impact of training and development on employee performance in KSD Municipality.

5.SECONDARY RESEARCH QUESTIONS
1. What are the factors affecting training and development?
2.What is the impact of training and development on service delivery ?
3.What is the impact of training and development on employee performance?
4.What are the strategies that can be used to improve the training and development ?
6.AIMS
The aim of this study is to give a clear picture that the impact of training and development in the municipality is good because if the employers don’t train and develop the skills of the employees that can have a bad impact in the service delivery. The main reason is that employers must keep in their mind that every employee have to be upgraded in order for them to render good service delivery.
7.OBJECTIVES
Objectives of the study
To investigate factors affecting training and development of employees at KSD Municipality.
To determine the impact of training and development on organisational service delivery at KSD Municipality.
To investigate the impact of training on employee performance at KSD Municipality.

To recommend strategies that can be used to improve the training and development of employees at KSD Municipality.

8..SCOPE OF THE STUDY
The study is limited to the employees of OR TAMBO Municipality in South Africa, who will be given the questioners to complete.

9.LITERATURE REVIEW
9.1 Employers do not regularly consider the feelings of their employees regarding skills development. Accordingly, Frost, Vos and Dreyer(2003;147) claim that the traditional business organisation is closely modelled on the military style of management , probably because armies are the largest and almost certainly the oldest human organisation. In response to this Katcher and Snyder(2003:90) identify some of the reasons why employers need their employers to continuously learn new skills:
CAPITAL IMPPROVEMENT: Organisations tend to spend millions of rand on upgrading their plants and equipment ,yet little on upgrading their human capital .Employees are an asset to the organisation but profit maximisation rather than employees do not be receive on ongoing training ,up to date equipment will not use optimally.

MORALE IMPROVEMENT:Employees who continuously upgrade their job skills not only plays a role in the workplace,but in the external world as well. If contributes to the full personal development of each employee and the socio-economic development of nation at large.

ABILITY TO ADAPT TO CHANGE: The more skilled the workforce is the easier it will be for the entire organisation to adapt to change that may arise in the domestic and global market place in the demand of its products and services. Sometimes employees are reluctant to adapt to change because of the uncertainty involved but one of the objectives of the skills development Act 97 of 1998 is to develop the skills of the South Africa as well as increasing levels of investment in education and training in the labour market.

9.2 WHY IS EMPLOYEE DEVELOPMENT IMPORTANT?
Employee development is something that most people imagine as intrusive all day group training sessions. Unfortunately, this dreaded approach to employee development is just the opposite of how employee development should occur and feel to employees. Employee development can manifest itself in many forms of training, evaluation, education programmes and even feedback. if executed correctly , the effects of training on employee performance can often encourage growth within the worker and the organisation itself(Katcher and Snyder,2003).

EMPLOYEE DEVELOPMENT: A self-fulfilling prophecy .One of the larger aspects of developing employee’s skills and abilities is the actual organisational focus on the employee to become better, either as a person or as a contributor to organisation .The attention given by an organisation, coupled with increased expectations following the training opportunity can lead to a self-fulfilling prophecy of enhanced output by the employee. Employees that receive regular,scheduled feedback ,including training ,along with an increase in expectations, actually have a higher level of worker output(Katcher and Snyder,2003).

PERCEIVED BENEFITS OF EMPLOYEES DEVELOPMENT: Beside supporting the organisation ,employees might recognise that most type of employee development initiatives provide them with benefits .employee development programmes that range from certification to education reimbursement ,even to basic job skills training have a certain cost to the organisation that can easily be considered a benefit to the employees such awareness on the part of the employee can also lead well as enhanced job satisfaction training and development that can be added to the employees resumes are big ticket items of compensation plans(Taylor;2000:455).

EMPLOYEE DEVELOPMENT LIMITES ORGANISATIONAL LIABILITY: According to Frost et al.(2000),most human resource professionals would agree that limiting organisational liability when training employee is a very important aspect of employee development . Certain jobs require training and certification in order for an employee to successfully execute the minimum job requirements related to that position. The proper documentation of employee’s completion of their job cannot only help follow and development training, but also limit liability in the case of human error on the part of these employees.

An example of how documented employee training could be helpful would be if a stockroom employee were assigned the position of forklift operator. Obviously the organisation would be expected to put this employee through all the necessary training to ensure the employee can operate the equipment, and do so in accordance with any applicable policies and regulations. Although employee training documentation will almost never completely protect an employer from legal liabilities
,training certification can hopefully reduce legal costs and reputation damage for the organisation (Frost et al.2000).

The purpose of training and development can be elaborated as under:
IMPROVES QUALITY OF WORKFORCE: Training and development programs aids in improving the quality of work done by the employee’s in an organisation. Organisations conduct various training sessions for the particular purpose.

ENHANCE EMPLOYEE GROWTH: By attending these training and development programs, employees can enhance ability to work. This enables them to develop and grow professionally.

RESTRUCTURING: These programs help employees to keep themselves up breast with the new technology, leading to proper utilisation of time and resources which ultimately gives them more job security.

SOCIALIZATION: With the help of training programmes, new employee adjusts themselves in a new working environment, culture and technology. Such programs help new comers in socializing and make them feel comfortable.

TRANSFORMING EXPECTATION INTO VISIBLE OUTCOME: It helps organisation to achieve their predetermined targets and goal. Employees know what is their goal and how can they deliver their job with quality performance according to the expectation of the management. That’s why organisations can easily implement their plans Training program helps in bridging the gap between expectations, input and final outcomes.

ENSURE SAFETY AND HEALTH: Training program clearly identifies and acquaint the employees about the different risks involved in their job. Hence the employees get aware of the various risk factors involved and are prepared with precautionary measure in advance leading to safe and healthy environment.

Types of training
The following are the types of training provided in organisations:
On-the-job methods
Management education normally takes place off the job, but a great deal of learning takes place on the job. According to Smit and de Cronje (2003:73), there have been several recent studies on managerial learning and skills development in South Africa that result from on-the-job experience. This research suggests that managers learn most from assignments that are very difficult and challenging. A programme of management education should include assignments and job rotation plans that stretch managers to their limits (Grobler, Warnich, Carrel, Elbert and Hatfield, 2006:123).

Off-the-job methods
Sensitivity training includes techniques such as laboratory and t-group training, communication workshops and outward board’s trips. The purpose of sensitivity training is to make employees more aware of their own behaviour and how their behaviour is perceived by others. It also increases the participants’ awareness and acceptance of the differences between them. In terms of this type of training, small groups of eight to fourteen individuals who are strangers to each other are usually grouped together and assisted by a trainer. During the discussion, employees discuss themselves, their feelings, and the group process (Grobler et al., 2006:130). The most frequent changes derived from this training include a more favourable self perception, reduced prejudice, improved scores on tests of interpersonal relations, and changes in interpersonal behaviour as observed by others, all of which are particularly relevant in South Africa.
Training and development programmes
In the view of Grobler, Warnich, Carrel, Elbert and Hatfield (2004:345), training needs have to be determined first. In this regard, a basic “communication-linking process” between both parties is required. Training must be addressed in such a way that it covers the employees’ performance-development needs and is in accordance with their job descriptions. Both the employee and the employer have to work together in order to determine what the employees do not know. They must also identify training method which exert an impact on the job, so that he/she can be trained in order to fill that particular gap. The employee should be granted the responsibility to make decisions regarding his/her training, while employers should provide their employees with opportunities to improve their foundational skills so as to enable them to cope with more complex situations. The American Society for Training and Development recommends a minimum of 40 hours of training a year for every employee (Kreitner and Kinicki, 2007:124).
In addition to the previous arguments, McConnell (2004:159) supports a partnership approach between the employees and their companies in determining training needs, as well as the involvement of the employees in setting up training goals. By being involved, employees will not only support the training programmes, but their morale will also be enhanced. Training is a life-long process which must be continued beyond the initial qualification in an effort to SINGAPOREAN Journal of Business Economics and management studies Vol.3, no.3, 2014 78 maintain, upgrade and update skills throughout the person’s working life. Employees should understand how their jobs affect the bottom line. As with training, both company and employee must hold shared/collective responsibilities in the employee education process (Noe, Hollanbeck, Gerhart and Wright, 2003:399). Firstly, the employee must carry out self-assessment, where he/she is expected to identify his/her opportunities and needs for improvement. The second step is a reality check where the employee identifies which needs can realistically be developed. The third step comprises goal setting. Here, the employee identifies goals and methods in order to determine his/her progress towards the goal. The final step consists of action planning, where steps and timetables are identified in order to reach the desired level of development. During the self-assessment stage, employee behaviour is expected to provide assessment information in order to identify the strengths, weaknesses, interests and values pertaining to the career of the individual.

During the reality check, the company communicates the performance evaluation, and where the employee fits in regarding the long-range plans of the company. During the goal-setting stage, the company ensures that goals are specific, challenging and attainable. Subsequently, the company must make a commitment to assist the employee in reaching the goal. During the final stage, the company identifies the resources that the employee will need to reach the goal, including courses and work experience.

Factors that hinder the training and development of employers
Robbins et al. (2003:231) points out that many employers are opposed to training and development initiatives because they assume that the responsibility for training people to be workers falls on the school system, not on firms. In addition, they consider that it is the responsibility of the employees to learn how to do their job so that they are hired. Furthermore, they regard training and development programmes as an expense which it is difficult to convince shareholders to approve. According to the perspective of the researcher and with the goals, mission and objective of the organisation, and supported by both the employer and the employee, training, development and education programmes delivered the right way and at the right time provide substantial returns for the employer in terms of increased productivity, knowledge, loyalty and profit (Robbins et al., 2003:401).

In spite of the innumerable reasons and benefits derived from training, in most cases training and development programmes fail. This is regardless of whether the courses were attended in the best universities or delivered by the most prominent trainers. Perry (2007:282) asserts that work appears among the first illustrations outlining the clear reasons why training and development programmes fail. His study was seconded by Kleiman (2003:389), who addressed the failures of training and development programmes in greater depth. In these two works, the first reason identified for the failure of training and development programmes stems from the training objectives not being aligned with the business needs. If the root of the problem of poor performance, for instance, it is related to factors such as reward systems, job design and motivation, which are not related to training, training will be pointless.

Thirdly, in the absence of objectives to provide direction and focus, training will certainly not succeed. Training and development should include a focused process that allows the employee to ponder desired results. Objectives afford important direction and focus for learning the final product, which is a change in job performance. Researchers also hold that when training is too expensive if compared to its short-term return on investment, then companies may consider it a failure and, therefore, unacceptable. However, the long-term pay-off may be rewarding. Training will be worthless if the participants regard the training programme as a mere event without any change to their behaviour. Whenever training is considered as a single event, the chances of behaviour change are slim. Training is also likely to fail if participants are not held accountable for the results.
Generally, employees are not held accountable for the use of the contents of their course in the workplace. Unless they are held accountable, no change will occur in their behaviour (Kleiman, 2003:49). If the conditions are not conducive to learning, the training efforts will have been in vain. Moreover, without the support of line management training will also fail. When there is no support from direct managers/supervisors, the employees will resist implementing the new skills and knowledge acquired during the training course. Management involvement is crucial to the learning process. Another reason for the failure of training and development occurs when the company fails to isolate the effects of training and development. However, other factors rather than training may influence performance. Thus, the advances directly related to training must be isolated. If not, some training programmes clearly noticeable as impacting on the bottom line may be discarded as irrelevant. For the success of a training programme, top executives’ commitment is critical. Top management will not only allocate resources but, for the training and development to succeed, will also participate in the design of the process. Lastly, training and development will be unsuccessful if there is a failure to provide feedback and use information about results. If the company fails to evaluate training by providing feedback, employees will not be able to know about their progress, nor facilitators to understand the success of their programmes. At KSD Municipality, employees are provided with training; however, after training they fail to transfer whatever they have learnt to their working environment in order to improve performance. When an employee retires or leaves the organisation it becomes difficult to find someone internally to fill the vacant post, even though other employees have been sent for training for such positions. It has been found that adults prefer different training methods to younger employees; older adults prefer practical training methods to classroom training (theoretical training
9.3 FACTORS AFFECTING TRAINING
Feedback is a very important condition for the successful acquisition of skills. Training can be done mentally, where the employees go over the events in their heads in order to be properly prepared. It is important that information is given correctly in the early stages of learning. This is so because if errors are not picked up early, the employee will be greatly disadvantaged when someone spots them later. Indeed, if the employees have been applying such faulty skills for years, it may mean that they are never fixed. The role practice in the business of skills acquisition is very important when one thinks how much time employees spend perfecting the skills involved in their tasks. The main purpose of job training is to give employees the knowledge and skills they need to perform effectively in their fields of expertise.

According to Kreitner and Kinicki(2007:69), there are a number of factors on the job that prevent transfer of learning. These include the following:
If learner see no value in applying new skills, believe no rewards will result from doing so, or do not value the rewards, and then transfer of learning from classroom to the job will not occur.

If individuals have little or no latitude to change what they do because the job tasks are too tightly controlled, then training can never be applied unless task controls are relaxed.

If a learner’s supervisor is not in favour of training, then there is little or no likelihood that a learner will be applying newly acquired skills. Supervisors exert a powerful influence over the behaviour of subordinates because they control rewards and punishment.

If a trainee returns to the project field only to find that fellow workers greet new ideas with scepticism, then training will not be imparted successfully.

Cascio(2005:342) enumerates other factors that affect training ,these are explained below :
Funding for employee training: Adequate funding continues to be a concern. While the need for resources to provide employee training and development increases, funding may not be available. In fact, funding for training and development may be one of the first items to be eliminated in times of financial constraints.

Less job security: employees in the private sector (and employee in general) have less job security than previously. It is often said that people can expect to have many different employees and even different career during their work life. Given this idea and reality, employees will continuously search for employers who will provide them with opportunities to develop transferable skills.

Limited opportunities for development: most organisations have a flat organisational structure. This means that there is little room for promotion. Employees and organisations need to embrace the idea that moving up is not the only way to be satisfied with one’s work. An alternative is to create challenges for employees in their current positions or in a similar position.

9.4 Employee training
Training addresses gaps or discrepancies between an ideal and an optimal stage of development. However, from a comparison between desired and actual work methods or between desired and actual results, needs arise on job. Smit and de Cronje(2003:78) referto the three methods for identifying needs: the generic methods,performance analysis, and competency assessment. Where performance analysis focuses on deficiencies or problems,competency assessment focuses on opportunity for improvement.
Trainer identity how they believe people should perform and then design a training programme to give the workers the skills they need. Training can only be executed when it has been determined which employee should receive training and what their current levels, knowledge and skills are. Consequently, the assessment of the individual will indicate the range of skills and knowledge that is to be acquired. Note that the different between actual performance and required performance will ultimately from the training gap, and therefore indicates the extent of training needed.

9.5 STAGES OF TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS: Training should be conducted in a systematic order so as to derive expected benefits from it. The training system involves four stages namely:
Assessment of training and development program’s needs.

Designing the training and development programs.

Implementation of training program.

Evaluation of the training programs.

TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES
In the view of Grobler, Warnich, Carrel, Elbert and Hatfield(2004:345), training needs have to be determined first. In this regard, a basic “communication-liking process” between both parties is required. Training must be addressed in such a way that it cover the employee performance-development needs and is in accordance with their job descriptions. Both the employee and employer have to work together in order to determine what employees do not know. They must also identify training method which exert an impact on the job, so that he/she can be trained in order to fill that particular gap. The employee should be granted the responsibility to make decisions regarding his/her training, while employers should provide their employees with opportunities to improve their foundational skills so as to enable them to cope with more complex situation. American society for training and development recommends a minimum of 40 hours of training a year of every employee(Kreitner and Kinicki,2007:124).
In addition to the previous argument, Mc Connell(2004:156) supports a partnership approach between the employees and their companies in determining training needs, as well as the involvement of the employees in setting up training goals. By being involved, employees will not only support the training programmes,but their morale will also be enhanced. Training is a life-long process which must be continued beyond the initial qualification in an effort to maintain, upgrade and update skills throughout the person’s working life. Employees should understand how their jobs effect the bottom line. As with training, both company and employee must hold collective responsibilities in the employee education process(Noe, Hollanbeck, Gerhart and Wright,2003:399).

Firstly, the employee must carry out self-assessment, where he/she is expected to identify his/her opportunities and needs for improvement. The second step is a reality check where the employee identifies which needs can realistically be developed. The third step comprises goal setting. Here, the employee identifies goals and methods in order to determine his/her progress towards the goal. The final step consists of action planning, where steps and timetables are identified in order to reach the desired level of development.

During the self-assessment stage, employee behaviour is expected to provide assessment information in order to identify the strengths, weaknesses, interests and values pertaining to the career of the individual. During the reality check, the company communicates the performance evaluation, and where the employee fits in regarding the long-range plans of the company. During the goal-setting stage, the company ensures that goals are specific, challenging and attainable. Subsequently, the company must make a commitment to assist the employee in reaching the goal. During the final stage, the company identifies the resources that the employee will need to reach the goal, including courses and work experience.

Factors affecting employee performance
According to Anderson(2003:122), the following are the factors affecting employee performance to increase service delivery:
Experience
Hiring employees who do not have the proper background for their job is one of the things that start a performance downwards spiral(Anderson, 2003:122). Company training should be used to enhance the employee’s background. If an employee has undergone extensive training but is still experiencing performance issues, then the problem could be that the problem could be that the employee does not possess the necessary experience to do the job.

Work-home balance
As much as an employer may not want to be affected by the personal life of his employees, personal problems can sometimes affect employee performance. Managers need to be sensitive to employee’s personal problems, and be prepared to discuss the issues with employees when necessary. If an employee requires time off to deal with a personal problem, then granting that time off will help to show all employees that the company values them(Anderson,2003).

Manager interaction
If an employee does not get feedback from his/her manager, then he/she has no idea how to rate his/her performance. Managers should be trained to give positive and negative employee feedback. In negative situations, the manager should work with the employee to create a programme that will help address the performance shortcomings. It is easier for employees to improve their performance when they know what they are doing right and what they are doing wrong (Anderson, 2003).

Setting goals
To help employees improve their performance, employers need to set goals that employees are required to achieve. Performing to the minimum standards means the employee is doing his job, and that can help an employee understand what is expected of him at a minimum. It would also be helpful to create incentives that will give employees motivation to go beyond the set goals (Anderson, 2003).

Types of training and development programs which are provided to the employee.

10. Research design
*The research will be in the form of descriptive survey. This is an ideal methodology when collecting information about people’s attitudes, opinions, habits or any of the variety of education or social issues. It is a method of collecting information by interviewing or administering a questionnaire to a sample individuals.

11. research methods
There are variety of techniques that can be used to collect data in a quantitative research study. However, all of them are geared towards numerical collection. In quantitative research, the data are collected and recorded systematically, and these are then organised so that they can be entered into a computer database.

12.target population
Population relates to the entire set of data that is of interest to the researcher, and the “target population” refer to the group of people or objects from which the sample should be taken because it is not feasible to collect data for the entire statistical population, a sample which is a representative of the population, was drawn from the employees of KSD Municipality. These participants who were randomly selected range from entry-level employees to senior management.

13.sampling procedure
Sampling is the process of selecting a number of individuals from a population for study purposes, who would then be representation of the entire population, from which they were selected form. Therefore, a population can be defined as including all people or items with the same or similar characteristic to be studied. Due to time constraints, it would be difficult to study the entire group, thus, the aim is to find a representative sample of that population. Sampling it will help this study to gather, collect data about the population in order to make an interpretation that can be generalised to the population.

The type of sample technique that this study will use is probability sample. Under probability the study will go with random sampling because every member has an equal chance.

14.select sampling size or frame
The sample size aims to have an appropriate number of respondents to participate in the study.

CONCLUTION
Training and development is the tonic that employees need to enhance their performance and potentials that will in turn enhance organization effectiveness. Training and development programs play a vital role in every organization. These programs improve Employee Performance at workplace, it updates Employee Knowledge and enhances their personal Skills and it helps in avoiding Managerial Obsolescence. Effective implementation of these programmes, enables management to evaluate the job performance and accordingly take decisions like employee promotion, rewards, compensations, welfare facilities, etc. Training programs also aide the managers in succession planning, employee retention, satisfaction, job-skill match, skill development and motivation. It creates Efficient and Effective employees in the Organization.
Training Need Assessment should be a regular practice. It should be implemented at all the levels of organization It should not be taken as an event, rather an on-going process .If implemented properly, might lead to many interventions, thereby leading to organization Development. I recommend that post training, its effect should be evaluated on regular basis in terms of motivational levels, job satisfaction and overall productivity of employees.

Training programs should try to revitalize the whole system thereby making organization capable of winning a competitive advantage. More Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) and Vocational Training Institutes should be opened in every state and the course curriculum of them should be redesigned and continuously updated to meet the changing requirements of the industry. Industry associations may be involved in developing course curriculum and in-plant training be made compulsory part of course curriculum. Through government support, initiative can be taken to identify skill deficiency with the current manpower and future human resource planning can be done accordingly. Lastly, proper feedback from employees shall be collated for analysing the effectiveness of training sessions, on regular basis.

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1.1 Health and social consideration working environment is where every last part of an individual are subject to the standards. Each social insurance expert ought to comprehend the significance standards of help at the working environment. Individual estimations of each individual do matters at wellbeing and social consideration working environment (Gaurav, 2014). To guarantee that the individual estimations of an individual ought to be taken consideration at the work environment wellbeing and social consideration set up the suitable standards. These standards depend on the qualities, convictions and culture of the general population appended with wellbeing and social consideration work environment. Individuals working in the association have diverse kinds of qualities these qualities are instrumental qualities, individual qualities, political qualities, social qualities, monetary qualities and religious qualities. These individual qualities incorporate trustworthiness, well mannered conduct, being delicate with each one, pride of an individual, innovativeness, mettle, convention, religion,, local ties, semantic ties, equity, equity, opportunity, and freedom (Hambrick, 2011).

Then again there are sure standards appended with the wellbeing and social consideration working environment these standards incorporate work esteems which are framed with the assistance of collaboration, commitment, intensity, compelling correspondence, dependability, unwavering quality, polished skill and morals. As indicated by the standards of wellbeing and social consideration working environment it is important that an individual should treat each individual similarly ought to give legitimate and reasonable treatment to the general population coming to working environment. Standards of help at the work environment incorporate that an individual ought to pursue every one of the arrangements and methods of the association, should work to assist the association with attaining its goals, pursue tenets, basics and standards of the association or network (Cabo, 2014). One might say that both individual qualities and standards and standards of help both have the normal target that is to keep up the reasonable and moral etiquette of the work environment and to help the general population by giving Personal social and experience impact a person in supporting customers and associates at wellbeing and social consideration working environment.
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Qualities and convictions at working environment incorporate giving equivalent rights to every last individual, keeping up secrecy at the working environment, shielding the customers from any sort of maltreatment and damage aving own social convictions and experience causes the individual to ensure that it could give better and viable administrations to the administrations clients. Individual social and experience of an individual safeguards to serve reasonable and compelling treatment to a person. In the event that a wellbeing expert pursues all the social perspectives and had encountered each stage then it winds up less demanding to a person to deal with the work procedure and to shield the customers from every one of the damages. It helps in building trust among the general population coming to utilize the administrations of the wellbeing and social consideration work environment with the impact of which they endeavor to recoup from the medical problems (Chambers, 2010). Social experience encourages a person to treat each person in a reasonable and equivalent way. Which mean an individual having social experience won’t separate at the work environment and will guarantee that equivalent administrations could be given to the consideration patients going to the work environment.

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1.3 Discuss how new advancement and changes to your own qualities can affect on the work.

New advancement and changes to the individual estimations of an individual greatly affect the work. Any sort of progress whether it is in the conduct, qualities, convictions or mechanical change greatly affect the handling of the work and on the individual working that specific work. Self-awareness and changes will help in refining the abilities of a person. It is essential that an individual should attempt to acknowledge the progressions and endeavor to learn new things at the work environment in light of the fact that these perspectives help in refining the aptitudes and capacities of a person at the work environment. With the improvement and change in the individual qualities an individual will have the capacity to give successful support of the general population going to the wellbeing and social consideration working environment (D., 2012). An individual will be capable keep moderate the danger of vulnerabilities from the working environment and work almost there secure the administrations clients against any damage. These are the perspectives that will help in shielding the working environment from any sort of separation and will help in giving important administrations to the general population wanting their treatment at wellbeing and social consideration work environment. There are sure laws and enactments that have incredible effect on close to home estimations of an individual working at a working environment. Like Data Protection Act, Equality at Work Act, and so on these are sure viewpoints that helps in the advancement of an individual and guarantee that it could work adequately and give reasonable and square with administrations to the consideration patients coming to wellbeing and social consideration work environment (Frontiera, et. al., 2012).

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Evaluate the viability of your own commitments when working with others in your work put.
Execution of each individual is essential and significant at the work put in wellbeing and social consideration. Coming up next are my commitment as a social laborer in the wellbeing and social consideration.

In the work put my attention is on the customer and his needs. I attempt my dimension best to distinguish their requirements and satisfy them adequately.

I have fundamental aptitudes like PC abilities and examination aptitudes which are helping in making my commitment successful.

My jobs and obligation towards the work put are helping me in keeping up classification at working environment (Savoyard, et. al 2011).

At work put I continue endeavoring to build up a culture to improve and business visionary by my exercises to upgrade the nature of the exercises and their adequacy.

My conduct at the work put is dependably with the end goal to help the exercises and objectives of my group and making them more successful by inspirational state of mind and powerful correspondence which can be verbal, non-verbal and composed.

While executing my exercises at the work put I continue considering the conceivable and dependable spending plan of the movement and keep the exercises cost cognizant. This aides in accomplishing the best outcomes.

Wellbeing and social consideration is tied in with doing welfare of the general population who truly require it. The social perspectives are additionally considered in my undertaking to make it more useful for the general public.

I endeavor to create and increment the dimension of inventiveness in my work which can assist the entire group with growing.

At the work put the hierarchal dimension is critical to be pursued. In my exercises I continue attempting to pursue that dimension of power and regard that.

I recommend my perspectives and thoughts to the group which can help in development and expands the dimension of investment in basic leadership (Dziegielewski, 2013).
4.2
Explain how the cut off points of your function job impacts on work with others.
To keep up order and control in the association jobs and obligations of each worker have a few breaking points which additionally has effect on their work. I likewise have a few confinements as a wellbeing and social consideration specialist which are as per the following.

I continue concentrating on keeping up privacy of the records and data of the customers in my work at work put. This is the breaking points of my work and this has effect on work with others that I may not satisfy the state of the classification in the exercises. As a social care supporter, I need to think about the way of life and society of the customers and need to take choices on that premise. If there should arise an occurrence of working with others I will most likely be unable to centre around the way of life of the customers and their necessities which can prompt inadequate outcomes.

While working with others or in a gathering there rise a limit on taking choices on a specific undertaking or action on the grounds that there are viewed as perspectives of each part.

If there should arise an occurrence of working with others it is imperative to produce trust and regard inside the individuals and I flop in this than it will diminish my job in the errand or movement at the work put (West, 2012).

Information assurance is my duty and this must be considered to ensure and secure the electronic information and its entrance by others. Yet, this is likewise constrained if there should be an occurrence of working with others.
4.3 Analyze your job in limiting hindrances to viable cooperation in your work put.

Each group gets fruitful when there is created compelling collaboration at the work put. There are a few basics for the viable cooperation which can be created to accomplish the best outcomes at the working environment Following are the fundamentals in the collaboration to be kept up.

Authority – Leadership can be characterized as an apparatus to lead every one of the exercises of the group in course of accomplishing the destinations. Authority helps in viable administration of the exercises. A decent pioneer conveys and distributes the occupations in compelling way to all the colleagues and lessens odds of any unpredictability.

Correspondence – Ineffective correspondence is a hindrance to compelling cooperation in the work put. This prompts misguided judgments and deferral in the basic leadership which is an obstacle in circumstances and taking their advantages.

Relational cooperations – There must be viable associations between the colleagues to improve the dimension of commitment in the group and increment their job in collaboration. Poor relational association can be hindrance to powerful cooperation (Gordon, et. al 2012).

Inspiration – Lack of inspiration can be an obstruction to powerful collaboration. There must be strategies and techniques received to persuade the colleagues what are widely known to us as a motivational force for keep going our job roles.
These boundaries can be limited by improving trust in the colleagues, offering chances to the individuals to take choices and advance in the cooperation, creating compelling divert for correspondence in the group and spurring the representatives to expand their execution and helping them in any sort of unpredictability which prompts expanded execution (Maccoby, et. al 2013)
4.4 Discuss how to enhance your own commitments to the aggregate adequacy of your group.
While working with driving individuals the commitment of every part is similarly critical as far as adding to the adequacy of the work execution. The individual endeavours and commitment of all colleagues by and large make the collaboration compelling. There are different techniques by which the commitment can be made by a person towards group viability. These incorporate sharing of thoughts and perspectives with other colleagues and associates. This assistance in the upgrade of imagination and enhancement in the idea and thoughts shared as the recommendations got from the colleague can be fused and therefore a viable thought could be created (Persily, 2013). Another technique is helping other people when they are in need. This encourages sharing of work and subsequently decreasing the weight on single individual. In the event that it is found that some extent of enhancement exist in any work done by some other part, at that point in such case proposal will be made to him instantly with the goal that the quality is enhanced and the viability is accomplished. The most essential factor is to impart inside the group adequately in a sorted out way with the goal that the objectives and targets could be disclosed effectively to other people. While working in a group every part will assume the liability and be responsible for the work done by him with the goal that vagueness is evacuated and quality is improved (Persily, 2013).

Finally, it can be agreed with the above exchange held in this report it could be presumed that wellbeing and social consideration working environment is the working environment in which it is important to deal with the work in legitimate way. An individual ought to have a legitimate advancement plan on the off chance that he is working in a wellbeing and social consideration working environment. Care experts assume an exceptionally indispensable job and administration clients have numerous desires with the consideration professionals thus it turns into the duty of consideration specialists to keep up the respectability of the work environment and give measure up to treatment to the administration clients of wellbeing and social consideration work environment. This investigation has helped me to comprehend the few parts of the working adequacy of the representatives and how they put the commitment for the advancement of association working procedure framework and accomplishment of set targets. In the report we have comprehend about the job and duties of workers in wellbeing and social consideration. Diverse parts of the adequacy of the individual commitment on the development of the work put and distinctive boundaries in the cooperation and routes by which we can defeat with them.

Task 2 (LO3 3.1 3.2 3.3 and 3.4)
3.1 Explain the idea of various expert connections with regards to your work put?
• Professional connections this is a sort of connection that is being dealt with by gathering of individuals in the expert limit with the end goal to produce a decent measure of nexus in the working limit of process framework. An association needs to build up a decent association with its representatives and at the same time needs to build up a superior worker’s conduct in the process working framework. In the advancement of association there are number of experts are contracted with the goal that working viability and expert relationship could be improved for the duration of the time (Stone-Johnson, 2016).

• Relationship with colleagues in setting with the social consideration and wellbeing duties upon the representatives and associate there is need of abnormal state of approaches and control on the working framework. Colleagues need to approach to help one another and every one of the representatives need to cooperate with the end goal to energize wellbeing and social consideration angles. Wellbeing and social consideration setting in the association is enormous channel and its spreads representatives therapeutic protection cover, utilizing of various apparatuses and measures when worker are occupied with perilous work in the process working framework. Social and medicinal services likewise put accentuation upon the working style, administrators worry with their subordinate, proficient implicit rules, trust and backing in the framework (McDonagh, 2012).
3.2 Evaluate your own viability in advancing and supporting the privileges of the person in your work put?
Individual viability representatives are the key columns in the accomplishment of an association and accomplishment of define objectives and targets. Individual viability is the term to assess working nature of the representatives in the working procedure. Individual viability gives help from various perspectives to representatives in supporting and advancing their individual rights and conduct in the association working framework. Advancement of individual adequacy in the association framework is imperative, with the end goal to conquer process situations, chance in the working procedure, concern identified with maltreatment between representatives, testing conduct and representatives responsive state of mind with the separate conditions for the duration of the time. Number of key focuses that have came into the notice with wide dimension of concentrate yet moral and concern related with the association economically attempts to put on the high comment that could be overseen by the workers, if legitimate help is given with the guide of created powerful divert in the association (Scott, et. al 2013). There are different privileges of the representatives that ought to be given to them by the procedure line trough to every last workers in the workplace premises e.g. worker has ideal to talk on any issue, representatives are at their freedom to respond to any sort of fiendish act. There are different focuses that ought to be contemplated either by best administration or line supervisor to spare the enthusiasm of representatives on the loose. With all the investigation and given examination material I could state that individual viability is the real part in building up a decent measure of nexus between representatives to workers and workers to association. Individual adequacy is produced with the assistance of legitimate correspondence comprehension of obligations and specialist doled out to every last representative until further notice in power. At some point it is being seen that aggregate collaborations providing food worker’s needs, group execution cooking needs of a few representatives and inspirational manner of representatives and administrators assumes a crucial job in dealing with a decent connection among workers and association working framework.

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1.0 Introduction:
The pollution of natural water resources poses a serious threat to life on earth. This problem has increased in developing countries where population growth and industrialization are the major reasons behind inefficient treatment of effluents (Elhassadi, 2008). Nowadays, researchers have shifted their interests in reuse or recycling of wastewaters (Vourch et al., 2005). In physico-chemical processes reagent costs are high and the soluble COD removal is low (Demirel et al., 2005). Chemical treatments could induce other forms of pollutants in treated water.

1.1 Electrocoagulation:
Electrocoagulation is an electrolytic process that has been used for the treatment of various liquid wastes. Current is imposed on soluble anodes like Al, Fe or their alloys in an electrochemical cell. It acts as a reactor for the experiment. During electrocoagulation, the coagulants are obtained in situ by the dissolution of the anode (Mollah et al., 2001). Industrial activities cause serious pollution problems (Rameshraja and Suresh, 2011). Electro-coagulation (EC) is clean water technology for the removal of toxic heavy metals containing solutions (Picard and Galhalifaud-Feuiltade, 2000). Electrocoagulation is an alternative technology and most effective. Electrocoagulation emerges as one of the promising techniques for the treatment of effluents. Many researchers consider it as an effective tool for treatment of wastewaters with high removal efficiency.

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1.1.1 Advantages of Electrocoagulation:
1) Electrocoagulation addresses any size of suspended solids.
2) Electrocoagulation requires no filters.
3) EC requires simple equipment.
4) It gives clear and odorless water.
5) Sludge is readily settable.
6) Flocs are larger and contain less bound water.
7) It produces effluent with less TDS content.
8) No chemicals are required.
9) The gas bubbles carry pollutants to the top of solution.

1.2 Powdered Activated Charcoal:
Industrial wastewater is often contaminated with various compounds (Okafor and Aneke, 2006). The most important technologies to treat wastewaters include coagulation/flocculation process (Amuda et al., 2006), membrane filtration (Galambos et al., 2004), oxidation process (Peres et al., 2004). These methods are generally expensive and require skilled personnel. Low cost and non-conventional adsorbents include agricultural by products such as nut shells, wood, bone, peat which are processed into activated carbons (Bansode et al., 2004; Nomanbhay and Palanisamy, 2005). Activated charcoal absorbs toxins quickly which is made from carbon and ground into very fine granules. It works like sponges. Activated carbon is widely used for the purpose of adsorption (Barret et al., 1951) as a result of its high degree of micro porosity. It has a high adsorption capability. The presence of activating agents and carbonization conditions influenced the development of pore structures (Sricharoenchaikal et al., 2007). The materials are specified by large specific surface areas and tunable surface containing functional groups (Rezaee, et al., 2008).

Adsorption process is a fundamental process in treatment of municipal wastewater. Advantages include potential for significant heavy metal removal and superior removal of organic wastes (Musa et al., 2008). Activated carbon treatment is useful and effective process for the removal of heavy metals. The adsorption efficiency is determined by pore size of adsorbent and chemical structure, which effects its interaction with polar or non-polar adsorbates and active sites which determine chemical reactions (Onundi et al., 2010).

1.4 Significance of Study:
Benefits of this project include:
1) Steel, cooking oil industrial effluent and diluted spent wash having complicated wastes were characterized and studied in detail by electrocoagulation treatment by using Al-Al, Fe-Fe and Fe-Al; Rods and Plates.
2) The effluents were treated by using powdered activated charcoal prepared by using five different woody plant materials namely Walnut, Pine, Mango, Litchi and Sagwan. The treatment was given to effluents under various concentrations of the charcoal.
3) Standard operating condition especially time, current and voltage for various effluents were identified to get maximum reduction in parameters of interest.

Fig. 1.1: Benefits of Electrocoagulation

1.5 Hypothesis:
Our studies are based on following hypothesis
1) There is need for treatment of industrial effluents by using advanced treatment technology which will reduce the intensity of the effluents.
2) Electrocoagulation is in use since last few decades and is a better way to treated effluents with complicated wastes.
3) Electrocoagulation has ability to treat complicated and highly concentrated wastewaters.
4) Powdered activated charcoal is with high capacity to adsorb pollutants and effectively treat the wastewaters.
5) There is need to prepare powdered activated charcoal from various plant materials and to find out the potential of the various plant species to treat the wastewaters.

1.6 Objectives:
1) To characterize the effluents of three different industries namely diary, textile and distillery.
2) To find out the effect of various operating conditions namely pH, quantity of effluent, current, voltage, inter electrode distance, time, pretreatment of effluent etc. on efficiency of electrocoagulation.
3) To develop a laboratory scale treatment unit/model by using innovative technique of electrocoagulation and low cost ecofriendly materials for the treatment of effluents.
4) To find out the standard operating conditions to get maximum efficiency of electrocoagulation of the selected effluents.
5) To find out toxicants of scientific interest and parameters before and after treatment of electrocoagulation by using standard operating protocols and instrumentation techniques.

For convenience and presentation, the dissertation has been divided into different parts. ‘Chapter 1’ covers ‘Introduction’ related to the electrocoagulation, biosrobents and powdered activated charcoal. A brief literature survey is carried out in Chapter 1′. The materials obtained and the methods followed for this investigation have been described in ‘Chapter 3’ ‘Materials and Methods’. The important findings of the investigation have been critically discussed in the light of recent literature in the form of research articles, reviews, books etc. in the ‘Chapter 4’ as ‘Results and Discussion’. The significant findings of the investigation have been added in ‘Chapter 5’ as ‘Summary Conclusion and Recommendations’. The last part of the work includes the references (research papers, books, reviews and monographs) used for discussion, which have been listed alphabetically in ‘Bibliography’.

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1. Africa is the second largest continent of all; its area is about 22% of the entire land area occupied on earth.
2. At the beginning of the 20th century, almost the entire territory of Africa was colonized by France, Germany, England, Spain, Portugal and Belgium. Only Ethiopia and Liberia were independent.
3. In Africa, live most of the rare animals that are not found elsewhere, for example, hippos, giraffes, okapi and others.
4. Africa has the largest desert in the world, the Sahara. Its area is larger than the US area.
5. There are 54 states in Africa.
6. In Africa, there are more than 2000 languages.
7. Africa has the lowest life expectancy. Women, on average 48 years, men – 50.
8. Lake Victoria is the second largest freshwater lake in the world.
9. In Africa, lives the world’s largest land animal – an African elephant
10. Africa is the richest deposits of gold and diamonds.
11. Africa is the hottest continent in the world.
12. Africa is crossed by the equator and the prime meridian. Therefore, the continent can be called the most symmetrical of all existing.
13. Algeria has a unique lake. Instead of water, it contains real ink.
14. In Africa, it produces half of all the gold that is sold in the world.
15. Nigeria is the fourth largest exporter of oil in the world and the largest oil producer in Africa.
16. Sand dunes of the Sahara desert can be higher than Eiffel Tower.
17. More than 25 million people in Africa are considered HIV-positive.
18. The largest country in Africa is Sudan, and the smallest is the Seychelles.
19. The Sahara desert is increasing every month.
20. Only in Africa does the insectivorous plant, Hydnora africana grow. The fruits of Hydnora africana are consumed by local people.
21. Unfortunately, the top 10 poorest countries in the world are in Africa.
22. More than 240 million Africans suffer from chronic malnutrition.
23. Lake Victoria is the largest lake in Africa and the second largest freshwater lake in the world.
24. Islam is the dominant religion in Africa and some follow Christianity.
25. Sand of the Sahara desert can be heated up to 80 degrees Celsius.
26. At the beginning of the 20th century, almost the entire territory of Africa was colonized by France, Germany, England, Spain, Portugal and Belgium.
27. The most common spoken language in Africa is Arabic.
28. Africa has the second longest river in the world – the Nile.
29. The highest mountain in Africa is Kilimanjaro.
30. Africa has more than 30% of the Earth’s mineral resources.
31. Africa is the second driest continent after Australia.
32. Approximately 90% of all malaria cases in the world occur in Africa.
33. Egypt is the most popular tourist destination in Africa.
34. Africa is the largest supplier of diamonds.
35. South Africa has the cheapest electricity in the world.
36. There are about 3000 ethnic groups living in Africa.
37. The most dangerous African animals are hippos.
38. The area of Africa is 29 million square kilometres. But four-fifths of the territory is occupied by deserts and tropical forests.
39. Some African tribes hunt hippopotamuses and use their meat for food.
40. Africa is home to the coldest volcano in the world Ol Doinyo Lengai.
41. Most of the best runners in the world come from one tribe in Kenya, known as Kalengjin.
42. The African population is 12% of the world’s population.
43. Lake Malawi contains the largest number of fish species
44. During the Second Congo War, more than 5.4 million people died! It is the second deadliest conflict after World War II.
45. Women from the Mursi tribe wear lip plates.
46. On the Africa, more than 1 million Chinese citizens.
47. Equatorial Guinea is the richest country in Africa.
48. Many of the poorest countries are found in the Africa.
49. Africa is the oldest inhabited part of the planet Earth.
50. About 40% of the adult population in Africa do not have a secondary education.
51. In between 15 to19 century about 7-12 million Africans were transported to America as slaves.
52. Among the population of Africa are the smallest and the tallest people in the world.
53. Africa and Europe are separated by only 14 kilometres.
54. The most populous country of the African continent is Nigeria.
55. The second largest fruit export in the world is South Africa.
56. There are more Internet users in New York than in all of Africa.
57. On average, people living in Africa have to walk about four kilometres to get water.
58. About 50% of Africans are under 25 years of age.
59. South Africa has three capitals: Cape Town, Pretoria, and Bloemfontein.
60. On the island of Madagascar live animals that are not found anywhere else.
61. Tanzania has the highest rate of albinism in the world.

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