Vocational Education through Non-School Governmental Agencies
by Lynn A. Emerson - 1943
A considerable proportion of the vocational training needed for many kinds of jobs is obtained on the job, as incidental learning. Persons with suitable backgrounds are put on the payroll and are given a breaking-in period to acquaint them with the specific duties of the work. Some productive work is performed almost immediately by the new worker, and his effectiveness increases with experience.
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