Human resource development MCQs

Human resource development MCQs

Answer these Human resource development MCQs and see how sharp is your knowledge of Human resource development.
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1: Which of the following is not a state in Kolb’s (1984) experiential learning cycle

A.   Observation and reflection

B.   Abstract conceptualisation

C.   Experimentation

D.   Manipulation

2: Which approach to employee development is associated with learner participation and interaction

A.   Facilitation

B.   Instruction

C.   Rote learning

D.   Off-the-job training

3: Where the focus is on teaching learners standard operating procedure, for example in using basic machinery, what approach to training is most commonly used

A.   Instruction

B.   Facilitation

C.   Coaching

D.   Work shadowing

4: Which of the following is not a stage in the systematic training cycle

A.   Identify training needs

B.   Design training interventions

C.   Pre-empt competitors’ training

D.   Evaluate training outcomes

5: Which of the following is not one of the three levels at which training needs can be identified, as suggested by Boydell (1976)

A.   Organisational

B.   Job or occupational

C.   Departmental

D.   Individual

6: _____ illness is long-term, often lifelong, and requires long-term, if not life-term, management.

A.   Generational inequity

B.   Declining health

C.   Agesim

D.   Chronic

7: Occurrences that people expect are called __________ life events.

A.   Normative

B.   Nonnormative

C.   Individual

D.   Cultural

8: The ____________ deals with the well-being of the emt, career progression, and emt compensation.

A.   Human resources department

B.   Local public health department

C.   Office of the medical director

D.   EMS administrator or chief

9: __________ are the most frequently reported types of elder abuse.

A.   Financial abuse, emotional abuse, and physical neglect

B.   Five

C.   Caregivers must watch for indirect self-destructive acts, such as refusing food or medical treatment.

D.   Both organized and informal religious participation