Effective On the Job Training
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For effective OJT, a program must be organized and structured with activities such as scenario-based training and simulations to accompany book learning. Every position must have specific skill development that challenges the individual to perform the responsibilities of their job before they are put in a position to do so unsupervised. This process allows workers to make mistakes and learn from them in a safe environment.
This white paper walks you through the 5 W’s on making sure you have an organized, effective, and structure on-the-job training program. It shows you how to avoid the challenges of inconsistent training that depends on who your worker is sitting next to. We show you:
- What is it for?
- Why is it important?
- When has it been successful?
- How does it work?
- Where can it work?
- Who is responsible for keeping it working?