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Chapter 19. Building a Solid Team Throug... > Online or Computer-Based Training

Online or Computer-Based Training

With the accessibility of technology through the Internet, CD-ROM, and DVD, more training can be conducted through computers. The flexibility that technology provides allows employees to go through training at the time and pace they choose. Such learning is best for technical skills that can be practiced and measured through the computer, such as writing, budgeting, scheduling, and other “hard” skills.

By reading information, watching video, doing practices, and taking tests, employees can gather the information they need to do their jobs well. Many companies also use online or computer-based training as a way to prepare students for classroom training. By completing an online module before class, employees can come prepared with the information they need, then use classroom time for review and practice.


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