EDITOR'S TALKING POINT
- Technical Instructors. Jackson, Gene L. // Training & Development Journal;Aug66, Vol. 20 Issue 7, p54
Reveals the qualifications and sources of technical instructors for employee training. Need for teaching ability; Instructional methods; Contrast to college teaching; Case where the instructor is short on technical knowledge; Comparison between educator and engineer as technical instructors.
- High-tech teacher. Gustafson, Julie // Hotel & Motel Management;11/4/2002, Vol. 217 Issue 19, p64
Focuses on the hotel industry's acceptance of electronic learning as a complement to classroom training. Reduction in the traditional employee training in favor of electronic learning; Significance of e-learning in the hotel industry; Drawbacks of e-learning.
- Trim Travel Budgets With Distance Learning. Miller, Dusty // Training & Development;Sep91, Vol. 45 Issue 9, p71
Enumerates distance learning alternatives that can be used by company trainors. Audio teletraining; Audiographic teletraining; Computer conferencing. INSETS: Research Results: Does It Really Work?;Teletraining Resources.
- Merging High Touch with High Tech. Kuhn, Nancy J. // Training & Development Journal;Jun87, Vol. 41 Issue 6, p64
Focuses on employee training personnel's job opportunities in technical training. Crossover for professionals once relegated to the soft side of management; Advantages of a having a sense of humor; Demand for more accountability for trainers in technical education.
- A breath of fresh air. Arkin, Anat // People Management;10/10/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 20, p46
Reports on the outdoor development training programs in Great Britain which is increasingly being used to foster teamwork. Description of the courses offered by outdoor development providers; Reasons for using the development tool; Results of the programs.
- TRAINING AND A/V- A COMBINATION FOR PROFIT. Conroy, Bob // Training & Development Journal;Dec79, Vol. 33 Issue 12, p18
Deals with the advantages that can be provided by the combination of employee training and audio-visual programs to corporations. Common areas between training and audio-visual programs; Profit-related benefits provided by the application of training and audio-visual programs to businesses.
- You Can Take the Manager out of the Woods, but... Gall, Adrienne L. // Training & Development Journal;Mar1987, Vol. 41 Issue 3, p54
Presents tips on how employees can apply their outdoor experiential training experiences at the work place. Sources of resistance in outdoor experiential learning; Benefits of outdoor experiential training; Upper management commitment to outdoor experiential learning. '
- Who Can I Call? // Training & Development Journal;Mar1987, Vol. 41 Issue 3, p59
Lists companies that provide outdoor experiential learning for corporate clients in the U.S. Charles Conn Associates; Colorado Outward Bound; Corporate Adventure.
- Over the River and Through the Woods. Petrini, Catherine M. // Training & Development Journal;May90, Vol. 44 Issue 5, p25
Discusses the usefulness of adventure learning as an employee training method. Group-focused and personal-growth objectives of adventure learning programs; Types of activities in adventure learning program; Experiential learning. INSET: Fighting it Out on the Corporate Battlefield.
- Improving the Communication Skills of Your Most Valuable Resource: YOUR PEOPLE. Claypool, Christina // Techniques: Connecting Education & Careers;Jan2003, Vol. 78 Issue 1, p56
Focuses on the strategy of the Apollo Career Center Adult Workforce Education to train its employees to become effective communicators. Improvement of the internal communication within the organization; Development of strategic programs for staff development; Enhancement of the communication...