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ERIC Number: ED028365
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1968
Pages: 142
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Skills Analysis Training; A Handbook for Managers, Supervisors, and Instructors.
Seymour, W. Douglas
Written primarily for British industrial managers, supervisors, and instructors, this guide to the use of skills analysis training is based on what an experienced worker does and precisely how he does it. The principles, scope, and benefits of skills analysis training are explained, followed by a discussion of practice, feedback, transfer of training, division of tasks, and other aspects of skill acquisition. The next chapter deals with knowledge content (work place, job, and quality standards) and with the organization and application of skills analysis courses. Methods and techniques are outlined for imparting job knowledge and skills, with attention to such matters as teaching style, suitable visual aids, troubleshooting, followup, and the training of older workers. The basic qualities, qualifications, and responsibilities of a good instructor are noted. Finally, the role of skills analysis training in craft training and operative training is examined in terms of training boards and their activities under the Industrial Training Act of 1964. The document includes 17 references. (ly)
Sir Isaac Pitman and Sons Ltd., 39 Parker St., London W.C.2, England (25s)
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Identifiers - Location: United Kingdom (Great Britain)