off-the-job

off-the-job

adv
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) away from one's normal place of work
Translations

off-the-job

[ˈɒfðəˈdʒɒb] adj (course, training) → fuori sede inv
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Among Yorkshire and the Humber employers who employ apprentices now or had recently employed them, 26% were unaware apprenticeships required 20% off-the-job training while 12% did not know off-the-job training needed to be paid.
33 per cent were unaware that apprenticeships required 20 per cent off-the-job training ?
The programme involves 11 weeks off-the-job interactive learning using simulated working environments at the YES Skills Academy and eight weeks on-the-job training in the Nissan plant, where trainees have the chance to learn from experts on the industry's most innovative equipment.
The programme involves 11 weeks off-the-job interactive learning using simulated working environments at the YES Skills Academy and eight weeks on-thejob training in the Nissan plant, where trainees have the chance to learn from experts on the industry's most innovative equipment.
Off-the-job, usually on a day release basis, apprentices receive training with a local provider such as a college.
More than half of ICT workers who received training this year were trained off-the-job, usually on their employers' premises or at specialist centres.
APPRENTICESHIPS offer 16 to 24-year-olds the chance to earn while they learn with on and off-the-job training.
Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of unintentional injury for both on- and off-the-job accidents.
ITW, a business which tests non-destructive packaging was named in the top 10 of businesses for its spending in off-the-job training per employee.
The survey also found that: # More than 53 per cent of Welsh employers provided off-the-job training last year compared to 35 per cent in England # Twothirds of Welsh adults say they would like to be involved in learning # Atotal of 77 per cent of individuals said they felt more skilled now than three years ago # The proportion of total vacancies that employers found `hardtofill' dropped from 30 per cent in 1998 to 14 per cent in the current survey # Welsh bosses are good at managing people, according to 68 per cent of workers # 17 per cent of Welsh people have no qualifications against aUKaverage of 15 per cent # 53 per cent of off-the-job training goes to managers and professionals while less than 10 per cent goes to lower skilled workers.
Osterman uses off-the-job training as his measure of training because more comprehensive concepts of training are difficult to measure, due to limited establishment records and because much training is on-the-job and informal.
A downloadable version of the Off-the-Job Safety Program Manual 2nd Edition.