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ERIC Number: ED015427
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966-Feb
Pages: 1
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THE USE OF PROGRAMMED INSTRUCTION IN INDUSTRIAL TRAINING, A STATEMENT BY THE CENTRAL TRAINING COUNCIL. MEMORANDUM NUMBER 3.
Ministry of Labour, London (England).
TO USE PROGRAMED INSTRUCTION IN INDUSTRIAL TRAINING, (1) TRAINING NEEDS MUST BE CLEARLY IDENTIFIED AND PRECISELY STATED, (2) THE LEARNER SHOULD BE ACTIVELY INVOLVED IN LEARNING, (3) THE UNITS OF INFORMATION SHOULD BE SMALL ENOUGH TO BE READILY ASSIMILATED BY THE LEARNER, (4) INSTRUCTION SHOULD NORMALLY BE SELF-PACED OR MATCHED TO THE LEARNER'S PERSONAL LEARNING SPEED, AND (5) THERE SHOULD BE IMMEDIATE FEEDBACK OF RESULTS FOR EFFECTIVE LEARNING. INDUSTRIAL TRAINING BOARDS SHOULD CONSIDER ESTABLISHING SMALL TEAMS OF TRAINING SPECIALISTS, WELL QUALIFIED IN JOB ANALYSIS AND PROGRAM WRITING, TO ANALYZE AND CATER SPECIFICALLY FOR THE NEEDS OF THEIR OWN INDUSTRIES IN CLOSE COORDINATION WITH TRAINING OFFICERS IN INDIVIDUAL COMPANIES. BOARDS SHOULD ALSO CONSIDER FINANCING RESEARCH RELEVANT TO THEIR OWN INDUSTRIES IN CONSULTATION WITH THE RESEARCH COMMITTEE OF THE CENTRAL TRAINING COUNCIL, ESPECIALLY TO DEVELOP TEACHING TECHNIQUES APPROPRIATE TO RETRAINING. THIS DOCUMENT IS AVAILABLE FROM HER MAJESTY'S STATIONERY OFFICE, LONDON. (AJ)
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Authoring Institution: Ministry of Labour, London (England).
Identifiers: GREAT BRITAIN