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LDiO 08: On-the-job Learning & Development Methods

LDiO 08: On-the-job Learning & Development Methods
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ISBNs:  9781781194812 (PDF) / 4829 (ePub)
Year Published:  2021
Author:  Thomas Garavan, Carole Hogan, Amanda Cahir-O'Donnell & Claire Gubbins
ePub ebook:  10.90
PDF ebook:  10.90

Learning & Development in Organisations: Strategy, Evidence and PracticeLearning & Development in Organisations: Strategy, Evidence and Practice

ON-THE-JOB LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT METHODS focuses on structured and informal on-the-job learning methods and the different methods that can be used in organisations. 

 

The authors provide a detailed evaluation of structured on-the-job training methods, such as job construction training, development discussion and planning, job performance aids, job shadowing, internships and apprenticeships. 

 

They then focus on informal on-the-job L&D methods, such as learning through observation, learning from mistakes and learning through day-to-day experiences. 

 

This ebook also gives more detailed consideration to blended learning and the 70:20:10 model and concludes with a discussion of when on-the-job methods are appropriate. 

CONTENTS

Abbreviations

Foreword

Preface

Learning Objectives

Key Concepts

 

1 Introduction

2 Key Features of Structured On-the-job Training

2.1 Near-the-job Training

3 Different Types of Structured On-the-job L&D

3.1 Job Instruction Training

3.2 Development Discussions and Planning

Critical Reflection 1

Case Study 1: Flight Attendant Training at JetBlue

3.3 Job Performance Aids

3.4 Job Rotation and Transfers

3.5 Job Shadowing

3.6 Internships

3.7 Apprenticeships

3.8 Coaching

3.9 Mentoring

4 Using Informal L&D Methods in Organisations

4.1 Different Types of Informal On-the-job Learning Methods

5 Micro Learning in Organisations

Case Study 2: Informal Learning in Small Organisations

6 Blended Learning and the 70:20:10 Model

6.1 The Concept of Blended Learning

6.2 Advantages and Disadvantages of Blended Learning

6.3 The 70:20: 10 Model

Critical Reflection 2

7 When are Structured Off-the-job and On-the-job and Informal L&D Methods Appropriate?

7.1 Learning Objectives

7.2 Learner Characteristics

7.3 Trainer Characteristics

7.4 Organisational Context, Cost and Resource Issues

Best Available Evidence to Inform Practice 

Conclusion

Summary

Review Questions

Strategic L&D in Action 

Case Study 3: Training within Industry and Toyota

Further Reading

 

Bibliography

About the Authors

Other Titles in this Series

 


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