Skills training for tomorrow's work force

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John Wiley & Sons, Sep 15, 1994 - Business & Economics - 269 pages
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THE WORKPLACE IS CONTINUALLY EVOLVINGThe one thing that won't change is the need for workers with solid problem-solving skills--and trainers who can teach them effectively!Skills Training for Tomorrow's Work Force provides a thorough analysis of skills training. It covers the main aspects of planning, conducting, and assessing training in job-related skills and states the advantages and disadvantages of the approaches, techniques, and methods presented. Let this excellent, in-depth overview show you how to teach trainees the problem-solving skills they need in today's ever-changing work environment.

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Contents

Introduction IMOOSTRIAL AHD LABOR RELATUONS
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The Terminology of Skill Formation
27
Challenges for Trainers
47
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About the author (1994)

LAURIE FIELD has been active in the area of vocational training and development as a trainer, researcher, and consultant for more than fifteen years. A lecturer at the Faculty of Adult Education, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia, he also owns and operates L & J Consulting, a firm specializing in skills auditing, training resources, program evaluation, competency-based training, and training research and development.

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