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On-site training

Parent term: Training

Training conducted at the work site (e.g. in a training room) but not on the job.
Source: NCVER 2013, Australia
(also known as Work Based Training or In-service Training or On-Site Training) Defined as the training undertaken at work place or on site as part of the practical training, productive work and professional development of either the trainees and students enrolled in TVET institutions (institutes, centres and schools) and conducted by the relevant instructors and teachers or the workers employed by industrial organizations/enterprises and conducted by the relevant trainers and first line supervisors.
Source: Wahba 2013, Global

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