training program

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: program - a program designed for training in specific skillstraining program - a program designed for training in specific skills
educational program - a program for providing education
biofeedback - a training program in which a person is given information about physiological processes (heart rate or blood pressure) that is not normally available with the goal of gaining conscious control of them
preemployment training program - a training program to prepare you for employment
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This training program might be an add-on, for construction employers, to the compulsory basic health and safety training that all employers in Ontario are needed to guarantee that their workers receive.
measurements to use to determine if the training program participants successfully learned what was taught during training
The six major title information service firms calling on the NNA to establish the new screening and training program are: First American Lenders Advantage, Fiserv Lending Solutions, LandAmerica OneStop, LSI (a Fidelity National Title company), National Real Estate Information Services, and Stewart Mortgage Information (a subsidiary of Stewart Title).
Apr: 10-13: Training for human service providers and other professionals to safely manage disruptive and assaultive behaviour using CPI's Nonviolent Crisis Intervention training program to help maintain safe and respectful work environments.
The course centered on how to effectively manage a Training Program established with the United States Military through:
While it's true that most senior care residences already have training programs of this sort in place, most don't include sufficient education on those behavioral issues that are unique to senior populations in institutions.
Over the past 16 years, the WETP supported its core program, the Hazardous Waste Worker Training Program, by providing over a million workers in all regions of the country with health and safety training.
All technical training programs need to be validated, certified and standardized.
Focusing on affective outcomes and not cognitive outcomes (the degrees to which officers are familiar with facts and procedures) simply measured on a multiple-choice test compounds the organization's return on investment and the benefits derived from a training program.
This creates a continuing need for designing new work designs for new products, which in turn results in smaller time frames for developing and implementing effective training programs for newly designed jobs (Buckley & Caple, 2000; Sparrow, 2000).
The entire project, from the start of content development to delivery of the training program online and on CD ROM, was completed in less than 45 days at a fraction of the cost of more traditional classroom-based training.

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