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Question 1 Question 1 1. This is a work-study training method that teaches job skills, usually a trade, through a combination of on- the-job training and classroom training. Answer Appr entic eshi p 4 points Question 2 Question 2 1.
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You manage a car dealership affiliated with one of the Big Three U.S. automakers. Given the increasing complexity and variety of today's automobiles, it is impossible to train your mechanics on the details of every potential repair problem. Thus, in cooperation with corporate headquarters, you have a training program whereby mechanics learn the basis of engine, emission, and other types of repair, but in the case of a particular problem, seek expert advice or additional information through an on-line computer application program. This approach is known as: Answer an elect ronic perfo rman ce supp ort syste m. 4 points Question 3 Question 3 1.
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The final step in the career management process is: Answer actio n plan ning. 4 points Question 4 Question 4 1. When conducting a need assessment, what type of analysis is generally performed first? Answer
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Orga nizati onal anal ysis 4 points Question 5 Question 5 1. Allowing employees to take a full-time operational role at another company is known as a/an: Answer
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exter nshi p. 4 points Question 6 Question 6 1. One of the disadvantages of classroom instruction as a training method is its: Answer
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inabil ity to provi de infor mati on abou t speci fic topic s. 4 points Question 7 Question 7 1. Providing employees with the opportunity to get away from the day-to-day stresses of their job and acquire new skills and perspectives is known as a/an: Answer
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sabb atical . 4 points Question 8 Question 8 1. The first step in the instructional design process is: Answer
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cond uctin g a need s asse ssme nt. 4 points Question 9 Question 9 1. Readiness for training is a combination of all but one of the following. Name the exception. Answer
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Train er char acter istics 4 points Question 10 Question 10 1. The 360-degree feedback process: Answer
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relie s heav ily on upw ard feed back from subo rdina tes and other s. 4 points Question 11 Question 11 1. Describe the group-building training techniques of experiential training, team training, and action learning,
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including the nature of the techniques and any associated advantages and disadvantages. Answer Experiential training is learning by doing.  It is like a hands-on training where participants are engaged in the process as  they interact, experience and get a feeling of the actual situation at work.  The activities facilitate the experience of real  relationships and evolution of dynamics to learning.  Participants learn by experience and they become physically,  mentally, and emotionally involved in the process as they recognize the various ways to apply the lessons to  organizational goals.  Since experiential training provides exposure to actual work situation, it involves physical involvement on the part of the 
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This note was uploaded on 06/11/2011 for the course BBA 3352 taught by Professor Uk during the Spring '11 term at Columbia Southern University, Orange Beach.

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