ERIC Number: ED044569
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Publication Date: 1970
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A Systematic Approach to Commercial and Clerical Training.
Oakley, K.; Richmond, W.
The introduction to this book discusses the development in commercial and clerical training since the Industrial Training Act, in particular the approach made by the Industrial Training Boards, and by the Central Training Council through its publication, "Training for Commerce and the Office." The main body of the publication analyzes a systematic approach to training following the steps to be taken: the analysis of training needs; development of efficient instructional techniques; preparation of course material, use of analytical method training, and advantages to be gained; clerical work measurement; methods for recording training and measuring the costs; and commercial apprenticeships--minimum requirements and advantages. The last chapter presents a list of useful publications, films, film strips, and organizations. (PT)
Descriptors: Apprenticeships, Business Education, Clerical Occupations, Cost Effectiveness, Educational Needs, Films, Governing Boards, Measurement Techniques, Office Practice, Program Costs, Publications, Recordkeeping, Task Analysis, Training, Training Methods, White Collar Occupations
Pergamon Publishing Company, Fairview Park, Elmsford, New York, 10523
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Identifiers - Location: United Kingdom (Great Britain)