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ERIC Number: ED032508
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1968
Pages: 196
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Industrial Training Practices.
Beverstock, A.G.
Based primarily on British conditions, this volume concentrates on methods of industrial training for production workers, craftsmen and technicians, office personnel, technicians and technologists, supervisors, marketing and sales personnel, and the junior, middle, and senior or executive levels of management. General principles and fundamental concepts are introduced, followed by provisions of the Industrial Training Act of 1964 and the functions of various implementing bodies. Such aspects as craft training, on the job training, recruitment and screening, job analysis, the induction and orientation of young workers, released-time technical higher education, development of training officers, program evaluation, and cooperation with educational institutions and trade unions, are covered. Guidelines are also offered for using lectures, group discussion, program instruction, case studies, films, and other activities and resources. The document includes chapter references, index, bibliography, organizations, adult schools, training schemes at different levels, and recent activities of the industrial training boards. (ly)
Classic Publications Ltd., Recorder House, Church Street, London N. 16, England (50s)
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Identifiers - Location: United Kingdom (Great Britain)