off-the-job training


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off-the-job training

[ˌɒfðədʒɒbˈtreɪnɪŋ] Nformación f fuera del trabajo
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They have more off-the-job training than in previous years and have the buy-in of some of country's leading employers, including Lloyds Banking Group, Royal Mail and Berkeley Group.
While an apprentice you get paid and train at the same time, with at least 20 per cent of your time spent in off-the-job training, often at a college, university or with a training provider.
The apprenticeships run over four years with off-the-job training taking place on a day-release basis at the university's IQ Building in SA1.
The students must have 20% of their working time dedicated to off-the-job training, the learning undertaken outside their day-to-day workplace role that contributes to the apprenticeship.
The Apprenticeship is available to all across England and Wales, the apprentice will benefit from on and off-the-job training and activities such as mentoring, shadowing, internal training and specialist external education programs.
Managers do not co-ordinate apprentices' on and off-the-job training effectively.
When you're an apprentice you get paid and train at the same time, with at least 20 per cent of your time spent in off-the-job training, often at a college, university or with a training provider.
"In North Wales, 81% of firms had undertaken either on- or off-the-job training for their employees, and 61% of businesses said that they had something in place to help with the training of their employees.