This text describes an approach to on-the-job training that combines the structure of most off-site training programs with the inherent efficiency of training conducted in the actual job setting.
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Structured On-the-Job Training provides a practical approach to design, deliver, and evaluate on-the-job training programs. Jacobs and Jones define a structured approach to OJT that encompasses a planned process of developing task-level expertise by having an experienced employee train a novice employee in the actual job setting. Based on nearly a decade of systematic research and development, this book offers step-by-step guidelines for setting up effective training programs in the actual work setting. Jacobs and Jones present an approach that has proven successful in a diverse range of organizations and industries, and for a wide variety of job tasks.About the Author:
Ronald L. Jacobs, Ph.D., is professor of workforce development and education at the Ohio State University. He is a frequent contributor to the human resource development scholarly literature, having written nearly 100 journal articles and book chapters on different areas of human resource development, including human competence, employee development, structured on-the-job training (OJT), and performance improvement.
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