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International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Effectiveness of Competency Based Training (CBT) in Building Performance Capacity of Newly Recruited Staff Nurses

Lovelesh Singh

Abstract: Gebbie and Merrill define competency as a combination of knowledge, attitude, and skills demonstrated by the healthcare personnel. Competencies are actions which are visible in the implementation of a task. On the other hand, competencies are applied skills and knowledge that enable people to perform work. Competency-based training is a unique approach to training design that builds and enhances individual competencies in line with previously identified profiles of success. Training is any planned activity to transfer or modify knowledge, skills, and attitude through learning experiences. Nursing personal may required training for a variety of reasons, including the need to maintain levels of competence and respond to the demands of changing in NABH for newly appointed staff, although supportive supervision and the use of motivational strategies can help sustain performance improvement derived from training. It leads to quality services to patient care.

Keywords: Pre-experimental, Effectiveness, Competency Based Training CBT, Newly Recruited Staff Nurses



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