Education vs Training

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Darryl Williams C. Liegh McInnis ENG 105-06 17 February 2010 Why Should One Know the Difference Between Education and Training? Many people can not dicipher the differences between education and training. When these words travel through the mind they almost seem as if they are synonymous with each other. Although education and training share similarities they are two totally different concepts. Education involves teaching one how to think critically and logically while creating a situation in which one will aquire knowledge. On the other hand, training is merely instructing someone through repetition and practice in order to elicit a conditioned response. One needs to know the difference between education and training so they will know which will benefit them most in certain situations. In order to understand why education and training are different one must know why people do such; how do people educate or train; and what the pros and cons are for each. One’s choice in which learning technique to use for certain situations will make their tasks much more efficient, because they will not have to debate themselves about these choices during the process. Why do people choose to educate or train themselves or others? Scholars tend to educate themselves simply for the sake of gaining knowledge. On the other hand, scholars train themselves to retain this newfound knowledge. In cases such as this one, education and training
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