in-service training


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in-service training

Clinical education designed to inform and update staff about important ongoing projects, technologies, and therapeutic agents.
See also: training
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Aid during the in-service training course of secondary school science teachers.
So far no previous study done to determine the effectiveness of in-service training and the reasons why nurses do not use it, provided a scientific method of problem solving and strategies for improving the conditions specified on the basis of the given reasons and commensurate with resource constraints and environmental organizations.
In-service training is planned actions for developing of training that prepare some opportunities for trainers and managers in which they develop their profession, and its goal is to improve knowledge and capabilities (Gunes et al, 2011, p.
05) has been found as the result of the t-test, made in order to compare the answers given by the physical education teachers to the questions about in-service training activities, according to their academic backgrounds.
This course, item #947-CT05, is equivalent to 15 hours of in-service training.
As one of the principal investigators of a DeWitt Wallace-Reader's Digest Fund National Initiative to Transform School Counseling grant, this author set up an in-service training program for school counselors in Columbus, OH.
It is of value to law enforcement academies and in-service training programs, as well as officers studying for the civil service test and those individuals who write the examination.
Briggs Corporation offers the t3[TM] Online In-Service Training Management and Tracking Program, featuring unlimited access to a library of mandatory in-service training programs, along with the ability to track staff's progress.
This quick training aid presents a brief set of resources to guide those providing an in-service training session on confidentiality.
Another area of interest in a kitchen staff in-service training program is kitchen equipment.
These counseling and decision-making skills could be practiced during pre-service and in-service training whereby participants explore ethical dilemmas and role play with consumers.
American companies are saving money because QDC is able to operate with reduced costs by using apprentices enrolled in a formalized in-service training program.

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