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Is further training possible in the workplace?
Through on-the-job training, the employee gets to know the practical conditions on site. This gives him the opportunity to gain practical experience in the company himself. It is also called on-the-job training. and can be:
Learning on the job
Instruction in the workplace is based on the four-step method, ie preparation, demonstration, imitation and practice. The advantage of this method lies in the systematics. The disadvantage is that independence and group dynamics are less challenged.
Learning by changing jobs
A systematic job swap takes place here, and that too Job rotation is called. Because different tasks have to be taken on, the learner expands his knowledge and gains experience. However, errors can lead to operational interruptions.
This is an induction program lasting up to 2 years. B. University graduates get to know the operational processes.
Learning as an assistant or job successor
By gradually taking on tasks, the learner is prepared for demanding activities by a supervisor. The learner usually carries out work that is usable for the company under time pressure.
Learning as a substitute
Here, the deputy takes on the job holder's duties during his / her absence in order to avoid bottlenecks in the business process.
Transfer of special orders
Special orders are processed by the employee on his own responsibility. They go beyond routine tasks and can serve as preparation for new tasks.
It is done with the help of specialist literature or specialist magazines that are provided by the employer and read at the workplace, but it is also possible in dialogue with the computer.
Leading text method
It is based on a work folder (guiding text) with instructions for working on a project, which is divided into learning stages and can be mastered by a group with the aid of a computer.
The main advantage of workplace-related training measures lies in getting to know the company-specific conditions.