Improving On-the-Job Training: How to Establish and Operate a Comprehensive OJT Program

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John Wiley & Sons, Mar 22, 2004 - Business & Economics - 192 pages
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This second edition of the best-selling book, Improving On-The-Job Training, provides professional trainers, HR managers, and line managers with a hands-on resource for installing a low-cost, low tech approach to planned on-the-job training program that will improve real-time work performance throughout an entire organization. A comprehensive volume, Improving On-The-Job Training
  • Offers guidelines for establishing an OJT program.
  • Outlines the key management issues that should be addressed when starting up a program.
  • Describes effective methods of training the trainers and learners.
  • Shows how to identify the need for planned on-the-job-training.
  • Explains how to analyze work, worker, and workplace OJT.
  • Offers vital information for preparing and presenting on-the-job training.
  • Illustrates how to evaluate results of OJT.
  • Describes aids to planned on-the-job training.
  • Includes six valuable lessons about planned OJT programs.
  

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Contents

How to Establish and Operate a Comprehensive OJT Program Part One FOUNDATIONS OF OJT
1
How to Establish and Operate a Comprehensive OJT Program Part Two PREPARING AND DELIVERING OJT
43
How to Establish and Operate a Comprehensive OJT Program Part Three Reflections on OJT
141
How to Establish and Operate a Comprehensive OJT Program GLOSSARY
152
How to Establish and Operate a Comprehensive OJT Program REFERENCES
156
How to Establish and Operate a Comprehensive OJT Program ABOUT THE AUTHORS
167
How to Establish and Operate a Comprehensive OJT Program Index
169
How to Establish and Operate a Comprehensive OJT Program How to Use the CDROM
177
How to Establish and Operate a Comprehensive OJT Program Pfeiffer Publications Guide
179
How to Establish and Operate a Comprehensive OJT Program Customer Care
185
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About the author (2004)

William J. Rothwell is professor in charge of workforce learning and performance in the Workforce Education and Development Program in the Department of Learning & Performance Systems, College of Education, The Pennsylvania State University. He is co-editor of Practicing Organization Development, and author of The Action Learning Guidebook, from Pfeiffer.

H.C. Kazanas is professor emeritus of education at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign and now resides in Naples, Florida.
Rothwell and Kazanas are the co-authors of Mastering the Instructional Design Process, 3rd edition from Pfeiffer.

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