The learning process whereby people acquire skills or knowledge to aid in the achievement of goals.
An educational or instructional process (e.g., classroom, computer-based, or on-the-job) by which an individual's knowledge and skill level is improved. While not currently required by the OQ Rule, training is nonetheless fundamental to implementing many of the OQ Rule's requirements.
The act of teaching or learning new information, behavior, skills, or actions that can be used to perform job-specific tasks or improve performance.
A process that aims to improve knowledge, skills, attitudes, and/or behaviors in a person to accomplish a specific job task or goal. Training is often focused on business needs and driven by time-critical business skills and knowledge, and its goal is often to improve performance. See also Teaching and Learning.
Equipping volunteers with skills directly related to their specific job.
Training that helps student advance and develop professional skills.
Traditional design and presentation methods for developing skilled behavior
Transfer of learning to build skills, knowledge and understanding in measurable terms. Capacity-building trainings focus on the core competencies required to fulfill key collaborative roles and responsibilities. Sample topics include: effective communication skills, managing conflict, team building, toward cultural responsiveness, substance abuse, child abuse and neglect, and stress management.
the act or process of teaching or learning a skill or discipline.148
activity leading to skilled behavior
a hands-on experience where students actually get to see the equipment, configure with it and learn from their mistakes
a progression, new skills build on earlier established ones
a sought after skill development program in an Alaskan market where PCAs are in short supply
a very convenient tool to learn about HIPAA
The process of making or becoming prepared to perform a skill.
The imparting of knowledge and skills to people in a group setting. Training includes behavioral objectives, opportunities to practice, and results in improved performance.
Using professional personnel (Federal and nonfederal) to acquire or enhance knowledge or skills at an HBCU, HSI, TCU and MI.
learning opportunities, conducted internally or externally, to address present or future employee skill gaps.
Planned, systematic action to modify or develop knowledge, skills and attitudes through learning experiences; often work-related
The act or process of teaching or learning a new skill, discipline etc
The transferring of knowledge, skills, and understanding. Vv
The section of Mustang District programs that provides adult volunteers with numerous opportunities to learn more about Scouting. Volunteers needed.
training involves an organized attempt to assist learning through instruction, observation, or practice. Training goals normally reflect the demands of a job role although ‘management development' tends to have somewhat less specific goals. There is a great deal of research interest in what affects the extent to which training transfers into workplace behaviour. The impact of training on the success of an economy is an issue much disputed by economists. But the success of economies which invest heavily in training suggests there is some link between the level of training and the success of an economy.
The development of skills, knowledge and aptitudes necessary to perform a job.
In this publication, this covers all types of training intended to develop employees' skills and/or knowledge through a structured classroom training or on-the-job training whether it takes place inside or outside the workplace.
Learning that is provided in order to improve performance on the present job.
A process whereby a network learns to associate an input pattern with the correct answer.
The systematic process of developing knowledge, skills, and attitudes for current or future jobs.
Process allowing an ANN to learn.
The development of skills or knowledge through instruction or practice. For example, VET programs such as apprenticeships or traineeships include both formal education and on-the-job experience.
Provisions to learn how to develop, maintain, or use the software system.
Activities or deliverables designed to enable end users to learn and use new processes, procedures, systems and other tools efficiently and effectively in the performance of their work; includes training, documentation and communications.
Providing an employee with the knowledge and skills necessary to perform her/his current job.
Instruction and skills development to enhance competency.
Learning the specific, step-by-step process of how to accomplish something. It is more intensive and requires more time than education.
Participation in a program of instruction (with lesson plan, instructor, or instructional device) to acquire skills and knowledge to meet job requirements.
To improve a pet's stats and/or skills in an effort to make them better at fighting. See more on Training Pets.
The systematic development of the attitude, knowledge, skill and behaviour pattern required by an individual to perform adequately at a given task or job.
Acquiring knowledge and skills by performing tasks under the supervision of a person who has already acquired the knowledge or skill. Training can occur on the job or in an educational programme.
advanced knowledge to perform tasks beyond your current skill level; should be student-specific.
In anti-spam programs, a method generally based on Bayesian analysis which allows the program to "learn" semantic characteristics of the user's mail, vs the user's spam. The user "trains" the program by classifying mail. Unfortunately some useful mail may have the defined semantic characteristics of spam and vice versa.
may involve either training in-house technical people to address the inspection and maintenance aspects of various hardware and software, or facilitating the training of health care professionals in the use of a given technology. Digital can provide initial training and enhance it through the development of CD training material or e-Learning.
the acquisition of knowledge or skills by the performance of tasks under the direct supervision of a person who has already acquired the knowledge or skill. Training can occur on the job or in an educational program.
Learning opportunities (for example, courses and workshops) that focus on workplace learning and performance.
The development of skills, knowledge, attitudes, competencies, etc. through instruction or practice.
Training refers to the acquisition of knowledge, skills, and competencies as a result of the teaching of vocational or practical skills and knowledge that relates to specific useful skills. It forms the core of apprenticeships and provides the backbone of content at technical colleges and polytechnics. Today it is often referred to as professional development.