An Action Oriented Review of the On-the-Job Training Literature.
Interim rept. Jun 72-Jan 75,
AMERICAN INSTITUTES FOR RESEARCH WASHINGTON D C
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The on-the-job training OJT literature was reviewed, and selected references were organized in terms of the following categories literature reviews and bibliographies handbooks and manuals cost effectiveness technique comparison studies systems analysis of training approaches to program evaluation and military documents. In addition, a number of references were selected that are thought to contain innovative ideas that should be considered by people with responsibility for managing and evaluating OJT programs. The various ways in which these innovations might address current interests or problems in the Air Force OJT program are described. Specific comments are made about the possible advantages associated with each idea. Estimates are also made of the resource requirements involved if modifications to existing procedures or programs were to be implemented.
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