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ERIC Number: ED029215
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967
Pages: 35
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Training of Training Officers; A Pattern for the Future. A Report by the Central Training Council's Committee on the Training of Training Officers.
Ministry of Labour, London (England).
The committee on the Training of Training Officers reports on the training function, the work of the training officers, sources of recruitment, the selection of training officers, establishment of standards, and approval of courses. The training function encompasses four steps: the identification of needs, formulation of policy, implementation of policy, and evaluation. Training in industry and commerce involves instructors, training supervisors, training officers, and training managers or directors. Recruitment can be done from within the company through an efficient training system and from without through a careful selection from universities, colleges, and related professions. In designing programs two elements must be taken into account: (1) incompany training (induction to, and planned and guided experience, on the job; organized off the job training, personal tutoring, and formal courses); (2) external courses which are complementary to incompany training, and which provide basic knowledge, techniques, and skills. (nl)
Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 49 High Holborn, London W.C.1, England (3s.9d.)
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Authoring Institution: Ministry of Labour, London (England).
Identifiers: Great Britain