I suppose 'secid','Name' and 'cIns' are input elements from your
'trainingForm' form?
Why don't you use the serialize() method from the Form object in order to
send the parameters ?

*ie*:
var url = 'courseSecIdUpdate.php';
new Ajax.Request(url,
                          {
                               method: 'post',
                               parameters: $('trainingForm').serlialize(),
                               onSuccess: function(transport)
                               {
                                       if(transport.status != 200)
                                       {
                                               alert(transport.status);
                                       }
                               }
                               onFailure: function(transport1)
                               {
                                       alert('Did not work');
                                       alert(transport1.readyState);
                               }
                         });

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