On the job training

Many companies offer on the job training to their employees and there are a number of ways in which this is done. Often on the job training works out more cost effective for the company than sending members of staff away n training courses.  It also allows them to teach the staff member the way they want them to complete a task not a third party’s way.

On the job training can be in formal or formal. It may just be a more experienced person sitting with someone teaching them how to use a systems or offering them training on their time management for example, or it may be a more formal internal course that is ran away from your desk by a member of the management staff. Both of these, although different, are types of on the job training. Some jobs are advertised as no experience necessary as full training given and often this includes on the job training.