off-the-job training

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off-the-job training

[ˌɒfðədʒɒbˈtreɪnɪŋ] Nformación f fuera del trabajo
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Over-18s can apply for 12-month customer service apprenticeships with on and off-the-job training, leading to an NVQ Level 2 and future management roles.
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 group has created a higher level skills programme that provides budding professionals with study and off-the-job training at the college's construction facility on Team Valley.
The central purpose of this research is to explore and analyze training programs of NGOs as in-house, on-the-job, and off-the-job training practices and their effectiveness in term of perceived employees' performance.
The $50 million initiative, to be financed with government resources and a $25 million loan from the IDB, aims to establish a nation-wide demand-driven apprenticeship program that will combine on and off-the-job training to provide unemployed youth and adults between the ages of 16 and 40 with the skills they need to succeed in the workplace.
Selected from some 150 plus applicants, the company says each apprentice will attend college for off-the-job training, the aim being to achieve NVQ Level 2 PEO (Performance Engineering Operations).
Given this backdrop, we specify the dependent variable whether firm had vacancy for management graduates in the last year as a function of independent variables-years of existence, per cent of management graduates, organization type, skill gap and off-the-job training.
The body will guarantee Scottish Modern Apprentices (MAs) faced with redundancy the offer of alternative employment or continued off-the-job training before alternative employment.
As the business continues to grow we are hoping that more opportunities will open up for young people wanting to get on the employment ladder, while they receive the on and off-the-job training they require.
Jack Smith, Joe Pereschine and Mike Dryhurst, all aged 17, will attend Fullager Training Centre in St Helens to undertake their off-the-job training.
You get a great blend of on and off-the-job training, qualifications and an income, with a hugely increased chance of a job.