|This study has been conducted to evaluate the effect of employee training programmes on prosocial organizational behaviors. Empirical research was performed with the employees of Arabian Gulf Oil Company (AGOCO). Questionnaire technique was used for gathering the data. At this juncture, accepted scales in the literature related to variables were utilized. Prosocial organizational behaviors were identified in the literature as prosocial organizational behavior, role-prescribed prosocial behavior, and prosocial individual behavior while employee training programmes were examined in terms of motivation for training, benefits of training, and support for training. Variables of this study were accepted using these classifications and hypotheses were tested through correlation and regression analyses. All the hypotheses were supported and the findings that have been obtained provide that motivation for training, benefits of training, and support for training have a significantly positive effect on prosocial organizational behaviors of employees working at Libyan oil sector and specifically employees of AGOCO. The findings of the study will be beneficial for the Libyan oil sector and other sectors to improve their strategy regarding employee training programmes and prosocial organizational behaviors.