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Webinar Delivery Method
Transcript of Webinar Delivery Method
On the Job Training
By: Erica Teran
Course: HRM 326
Instructor: Mr. Van Gorder
Webinar- Delivery Method
Short for Web-based seminar, a presentation, lecture, workshop or seminar transmitted over the web
Webinars are online delivery methods for presentation of educational tools and training.
Participating viewers can submit questions and comments and discuss information.
Easy to use
More Prep Time
Rehearsal Time is Critical
Well Trained Presenter or Speaker.
Uses more experienced and skilled employees
One on one
Can be supplemented with classroom training
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Delivers immense amount of imprinted learning
A structured role play provides trainees with a great deal of detail about the situation that has brought the characters together
role playing develops insight into one's own behavior and its impact on others
May not be taken seriously
Makes some uncomfortable
Role play is a simulation of a single event or situation. Trainees who are actors in the role play are provided with a general description of the situation, a description of their roles (e.g., their objectives, emotions, and concerns) and the problem they face.
Employee training at the place of work while he or she is doing the actual job. Usually a professional trainer (or sometimes an experienced employee) serves as the course instructor using hands-on training often supported by formal classroom training.
Employee can be given specific job training
They can gain more confidence in their work as well as with the trainer
Allows a new trainee to be integrated far more easily and quickly into the company as opposed to them learning similar skills externally
Is not delivered in such a way where the trainee is not easily able to grasp the concepts
On the job training is rushed in an effort to get the trainee up to speed as quickly as possible and as a means of saving the company money
Cramming too much information
On the Job Training