1.1.1 Je Du’ing- You follow around someone with more experience than you so you can
observe them and gain more experience yourself, this usually occurs when you are
a sales assistant.
1.1.2 Job rotation- You could swap jobs with another employee to experience what
kind of environment they work in and how they deal with everyday tasks and
have a taste of a whole range of jobs. This usually also occurs in supermarkets
or sales assistant related jobs.
1.2.1 - Much more cost effective than just hiring someone to teach an employee.
1.2.2 - Allows you to learn the specific roles within the business instead of learning the general way of how
to do tasks.
1.2.3 - They are learning as well as doing work for the company, so everybody wins.
1.3.1 May take a long time to learn the required skill if they are not qualified to do so or do not
1.3.2 - The person might get in the way of other people and stop them from doing their jobs professionally
2 Off The Job Training
2.1.1 Day release- You take time off work to attend a class in a training centre and learn the subject or join
a local college for a course.
2.1.2 Sponsored Course- You are paid by the business to take an extended course so you can learn about.
2.1.3 Self-Study- Learn form a book or taking lessons from online and putting them to use to help further
2.2.1 A wider range of skills or qualifications can be obtained
2.2.2 Can learn from outside specialists or experts
2.2.3 Employees can be more confident when starting job
2.3.1 More expensive – e.g. transport and accommodation
2.3.2 Lost working time and potential output from employee
2.3.3 New employees may still need some induction training
2.3.4 Employees now have new skills/qualifications and may leave for better jobs