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“Hands-on” Training Methods

On-The-Job Training (OJT)

One of the most frequently used training methods (especially with regard to skill acquisition)

 Training is specific to the job tasks (e.g., use of actual tools, equipment, procedures)

 Easy transfer of training back to the job

 Training is dependent on the skill/knowledge and time availability and motivation level of the trainer

 Often unstructured regarding such things as: what is taught, how things are taught, the timing and sequencing of what is taught, and the time spent (focus) on what is taught

 Difficult to determine when, or if, mastery of skills has been achieved

Vestibule Training

(Conducting training sessions on actual job equipment in an area away from the job site)

 No damage to equipment, or stoppage of processes, if mistakes are made

 Allows the observation of employees performance in a controlled environment before they are allowed to work on actual job equipment

 Easy transfer of training back to the job

 Sometimes used as an assessment of ability during a probationary period

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