- Training America: The Numbers Add Up. Calvert Jr., Robert // Training & Development Journal;Nov85, Vol. 39 Issue 11, p35
Reports on the decrease in the number of companies providing employee training programs in the United States as reflected in studies by the American Society for Training and Development. Statistics on employer spendings on training and education; Major areas of training; Companies' hiring of...
- Spinal injuries charity to gain from golf day. // IT Training;May2002, p10
Reports the opportunity for information technology (IT) training professionals to test their golf skills at the IT training industry golf day in Great Britain.
- Training. // People Management;11/7/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 22, p17
Provides issues on training of employees. Number of women prisoners who have become the first to telework at Her Majesty's pleasure; Activity of the glass industry as part of its participation in the Sector Targets Challenge; Warning from the National Council of Industry Training Organisations...
- FIVE QUESTIONS TO ASK A TRAINING PROVIDER. // BRW;4/16/2009, Vol. 31 Issue 15, p52
The article presents five questions that can be asked to a training provider in business such as the areas of expertise, personnel involved in the program, and time that the program was updated.
- News briefs. // IT Training;Aug2002, p7
Reports developments in the training services industry in Great Britain as of August. Call on employers to train staff on the health risks of video display terminals; Launch of a campaign calling for tax breaks for people undertaking high-level information technology training; Features of the...
- Going Places. Petrini, Cathy // Training & Development Journal;Dec88, Vol. 42 Issue 12, p13
Recounts the experiences of traveling professional trainers. Barriers to training non-English-speaking employees; Participants' responsibilities during training; Effectiveness of telephone conferencing.
- The Learning Enterprise. Carvevale, Anthony Patrick // Training & Development Journal;Jan1986, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p18
Examines the size, scope, and influence of training and development on American business. Sources of training by occupational group; Sources of retraining by occupational group; Employee training by industry; Trainees and all employees by age; Distribution of trainees by occupation;...
- Measuring Return On Training Dollars Increasingly Possible. Freeman, Lisa // Credit Union Journal;12/1/2003, Vol. 7 Issue 48, p1
Reports on the impact and significance of employee development and training program in the U.S. Statement of James McNeil executive director of BAI; Significance of the return of investment analysis for determining savings and costs from training programs; Practices suggested to support training...
- News: News briefs. // IT Training;Nov2003, p7
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