Training

  • Human Resource Development
    On the job training

    What is on-the-job training?

    On-the-job training (OJT) involves assigning trainees to jobs and encouraging them to observe and learn from experienced job incumbents (Baldwin, 1997)16 almost all trainee is exposed to some form of on-the-job training after an initial job orientation. This form of instruction might follow a carefully designed off-the-job instructional Programme. There are very few, if any, formal instructional Programmes that can provide all the required training…

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  • Human Resource Development
    Training Program

    Theoretical Framework of Training Program

    Concept of Training Training is an organized procedure which brings about a semi-permanent change in behavior, for a definite purpose. The three main areas involved are skills, knowledge, and attitudes but always with a definite purpose in mind. It differs from education in many ways, for all practical purpose training is aimed at specific, job-based objectives rather than the broader society-based aims of education. Historically…

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