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T&D Chapter 7
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On-the-Job training On the job training : trainee receives instruction and training at work station from a supervisor or experienced coworkers Useful for small businesses (>43% of Canadian SME’s) Most common approach to training Most misused: Often not well planned or structured, time consuming (-$) People assigned to train gave no training to be trainers Potential transfer of undesirable habits/attitudes Internal trainers sometimes feel threatened by new trainees
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OTJ Training Study Study of OTJ Training revealed: Planned and structured approach is the most effective Structured OTJ training produced skill and productivity requirements in a quarter of the time it took to train a comparison group Produced 76% fewer rejects Troubleshooting ability increased by 130% Highlights importance of building structure into on the job training for a positive influence on trainee learning and performance
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Job Instruction Training Job Instruction Training: Formalized, structured, and systematic approach to OJT Four Steps: Preparation (trainer’s responsibility to be there for every section, materials,…) Instruction (to be implemented by the trainer) Performance Follow up
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Design a training program. Using the job instruction method, design a training program to perform a task you are familiar with Can be : a task you have had to perform in a current or recent job A task that is not work related (e.g. fix a flat tire, how to ride a bike, how to do laundry, etc.) Design the program using steps outlined in Chapter 7 Then have another team review your training program and provide feedback
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Job Instruction Training (cont’d) Step 1: Preparation Break down job into small tasks, prepare equipment and supplies, and allocate time frame to learn each task Develop communication strategy that fits trainee Determine what trainee already knows and the nature of the tasks to be performed.
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Job Instruction Training (cont’d) Step 1: Preparation (cont’d) Putting the trainee at ease Guaranteeing the learning Building the interest and showing personal advantage (WHIFM”)
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  • Fall '17
  • trainee, Vocational education

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