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Chapter Seven Traditional Training Methods OBJECTIVES 1. Discuss the strengths and weaknesses of presentational, hands-on, and group building training methods. 2. Provide recommendations for effective on-the-job training (OJT). 3. Develop a case study. 4. Develop a self-directed learning module. 5. Discuss the key components of behavior modeling training. 6. Explain the conditions necessary for adventure learning to be effective. 7. Discuss what team training should focus on to improve team performance. MULTIPLE CHOICE 7.1. _____ learning focuses on well-defined competencies typically trained via lecture and online methods.
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  • Spring '14
  • Anderson
  • Skill, a. Guided competency, contextual learning, Guided contextual learning, Social contextual learning, Social competency learning

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