ERIC Number: ED030803
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969
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New Priorities in Training; A Guide for Industry.
Bienvenu, Bernard J.
Management should elevate the status of the training function and revise the priorities assigned to it. The process of total and continuous training can develop in employees a sense of security, independence and self-confidence, a conceptual view, multiple skills, and a readiness to make a contribution to the organization. Administrative, instructional, and supervisory guidelines may offer restructuring employee orientation, supervisory training, and other types and aspects of training. Labor unions should participate more fully in training and companies should make greater use of consulting services. The total training concept can be applied in retraining displaced workers and in training, educating, and motivating foreign workers and culturally disadvantaged persons. (Included are two sample course outlines.) (ly)
Descriptors: Anxiety, Blacks, Disadvantaged, Employment Qualifications, Guidelines, Industrial Training, On the Job Training, Orientation, Program Development, Retraining, Supervisory Training, Trainees, Training Methods, Unions, Work Environment
American Management Association, Inc., 135 West 50th St., New York, N.Y. 10020 ($10.50).
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