April 2010
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Developing One-to-One Training Programs

One-to-one training should not be seen as just a low-cost method of training. It is not simply placing an individual alongside a competent worker and expecting competence to develop by observing what is being done or by having it described to him.

What is it?


Conducted properly, one-to-one training should be well-planned, structured, and tailored to meet the needs of each individual. The training must be delivered at the right time, in the right place, and by the right person. The right time

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