Our goal, with on-the-job training, or direct instruction, is that two people who start this type of learning program at the same time will receive fairly consistent trainings that will meet given standards.
On-the-job training is a learning method whereby a skilled person shows an apprentice how to perform a given job through one-to-one training, directly at the work site.
It is sometimes confused with mentoring, which takes place between professionals or at a more strategic level, e.g. career choices.
Although on-the-job training is among the oldest known forms of training, it is still widely used today because it offers a number of advantages:
At KnowledgeOne, we can create an on-the-job training strategy that best suits your organization’s needs.
We streamline the on-the-job training processes to ensure there are minimal variations from one learner to another, thus overriding individual differences in:
This guarantees minimum consistency and training standards. For example, we’ll see to it that the entire curriculum is covered, and that learners actually master all its aspects, while individual assessment standards can vary.
Our goal is to make sure that your on-the-job training:
The result: More robust, more consistent, and better documented and verifiable on-the-jobtraining!
Contact us to find out how we can help you make your on-the-job training processes as effective as possible.