Chapter 7 On-the-Job Training Methods
1. Job instruction training. A formalized, structured, and systematic approach
that consists of four steps: preparation, instruction, performance, and followup.
2. Performance aid. A device at the job site that helps
Chapter 1 The Training and Development Process
explain the differences between performance management, training,
development, and human resource development and how they are related
discuss the role of training and development in the
Chapter 5 Training Design
Training design involves preparing and planning events to facili- tate
Training objective A statement of what trainees are expected to be able to
do after a training program
an objective is the exp
Chapter 6 Off-the-Job Training Methods
Instructional Methods are the techniques used to stimulate learning.2
Instructional methods are usually used in a classroom or formal setting for
the purpose of learning.
Although the instructional methods presented
Chapter 4 The Needs Analysis Process
define needs analysis and describe the needs analysis process
explain how to conduct an organizational, task, and person analysis as well as
a cognitive task analysis and a team task analysis
Chapter 3 Learning and Motivation
What is Learning?
Learning the process of acquiring knowledge and skills, and a change in
individual behaviour as a result of some experience.
Learning occurs when one experiences a new way of acting, thinking, or