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📒Improving On The Job Training ✍ William J. Rothwell
✏Improving On the Job Training Book Summary : This second edition of the best-selling book, ImprovingOn-The-Job Training, provides professional trainers, HRmanagers, and line managers with a hands-on resource for installinga low-cost, low tech approach to planned on-the-job trainingprogram that will improve real-time work performance throughout anentire organization. A comprehensive volume, ImprovingOn-The-Job Training Offers guidelines for establishing an OJT program. Outlines the key management issues that should be addressedwhen starting up a program. Describes effective methods of training the trainers andlearners. Shows how to identify the need for plannedon-the-job-training. Explains how to analyze work, worker, and workplace OJT. Offers vital information for preparing and presentingon-the-job training. Illustrates how to evaluate results of OJT. Describes aids to planned on-the-job training. Includes six valuable lessons about planned OJT programs.
📒Improving On The Job Training And Coaching ✍ Karen Lawson
✏Improving On the job Training and Coaching Book Summary : This title presents a just-in-time approach that puts the methodology for helping employees learn in the hands of those who own the work. The tools, tips, and techniques in this book will help you quickly design and develop on-the-job programs that produce bottom-line business results.
📒Improving The Quality Of On The Job Training ✍ Victorian Agriculture and Horticulture Industries Training Board
✏Improving the Quality of On the job Training Book Summary :
✏An Act to Amend the Job Training Partnership Act to Improve the Delivery of Services to Hard to Serve Youth and Adults and for Other Purposes Book Summary :
📒Structured On The Job Training ✍ Ronald Jacobs
✏Structured On the Job Training Book Summary : Structured On-the-Job Training offers a practical, easily applicable approach to a crucial but often frustrating process. Designed for managerial, technical, and awareness training, the book offers a six-step program that combines the consistency and reliability of formal classroom training with the relevance of learning in the actual work setting. This revised and updated edition is the perfect blueprint for business success through planned training on-the-job.
📒Job Training Improvement Act Of 2005 ✍ United States. Congress. House. Committee on Education and the Workforce
✏Job Training Improvement Act of 2005 Book Summary :
✏Skill Requirements Vocational Training and Retraining in the Food and Drink Industries Book Summary :
📒Advanced On The Job Training System System Specification ✍ DOUGLAS AIRCRAFT CO AURORA CO.
✏Advanced On the Job Training System System Specification Book Summary : The System Specification for the Advanced On the job Training System (AOTS) establishes the performance, design, development and test requirements for the prototype AOTS. The purpose of the AOTS was to test a design concept for improving current practice in the Air Force On the Job Training (OJT) program. The AOTS is a computer-based, training management, training development and delivery, and training evaluation system especially designed to enhance OJT activities in the field. Keywords: Advanced on the job training system, System specification. (sdw).
✏Author : Jan Morrow Baxter
✏Release Date : 1977
✏Pages : 320
✏ISBN : MSU:31293102413600
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
✏Comparison of Vocational Education and On the job Training as Methods of Improving Post school Employability of the Educable Mentally Retarded Book Summary :
📒Finding The Balance Between Schoolhouse And On The Job Training ✍ Thomas Manacapilli
✏Finding the Balance Between Schoolhouse and On the job Training Book Summary : The Air Force typically trains 30,000 to 40,000 new airmen in some 300 specialties each year. It utilizes two methods for training its enlistees: centralized initial skills training (IST, or "schoolhouse" training) and decentralized on-the-job training (OJT). All too often, only IST costs are considered when "pricing" training, seriously underestimating the overall cost to train an airman. When all the costs are considered, including those of OJT, decisions related to the length of IST can be better informed. To determine the most cost-effective combination of IST and OJT, the authors developed a methodology based on a cost-benefit analysis of seven Air Force specialties. From a statistical analysis of data taken from surveys of senior enlisted personnel, they were able to assess how productivity changes when IST course length changes and to make recommendations concerning the IST course lengths that would produce the most productive airmen for the least possible cost.