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By John Talbot

Preface; online education; Defining funding in humans; Who needs to be educated and while; realizing studying difficulties; options of building education wishes; Case examine; 1: education research of a guide ability; Case examine; 2: operation of a distinct function laptop and studying layout; administration education research; preliminary standards for costing and assessment education; Appendix; fee of now not education; Cost-value dating in education; How education expenses are brought on and recorded; Costing therapy of educating bills; Appendix; making plans for education and controlling education expenditures; review of teaching; online education in a wide, multi-national employer; Appendix; the ultimate; Bibliography; Index

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Problem not properly understood. Low skill level. Learning problems ones of basic knowledge. Limited pay-off indicated. Problems well understood. Limited skill. Mainly general knowledge problems. Some payoff indicated. Problems generally well understood. Average skill. Mixture of skill and knowledge problems. Good payoff indicated. Problems generally well understood. Associated problems An isolated problem. No wider implications. Some links with other areas. Well understood. A broad training problem, but one which can be tackled with a good general training approach.

Partially understood. Vague objectives and limited controls. High cost levels – savings likely. Complex job integrated with others. System not understood. Vague objectives. Subjective controls. Significant and expensive operations – good savings likely. First Impression The operational view 42 T r a i n i n g i n O r g a n i s at i o n s Appraisal Procedures Without some form of appraisal procedure, training at management level is carried out in a vacuum. Appraisal is essential for the setting of targets and standards and can be used at the same time as a vehicle for posing direct training questions.

Problems hardly understood. Managers involved in the learning process. High skill level. Extensive knowledge required. Other major learning problems. High long-term pay-off. Problem not properly understood. Low skill level. Learning problems ones of basic knowledge. Limited pay-off indicated. Problems well understood. Limited skill. Mainly general knowledge problems. Some payoff indicated. Problems generally well understood. Average skill. Mixture of skill and knowledge problems. Good payoff indicated.

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