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retrain

(rē″trān′)
To instruct a person in a skill or trade different from his or her previous work. One may learn how to use new tools for a familiar task or to expand one's professional qualifications and employability.
retraining (″trān′ing)
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If welders can't do this for whatever reason, it can be very expensive for them to do the necessary retraining courses ( and if people can't afford to pay for a retraining course because they're not working, an obvious barrier is formed to them getting back into employment.
Well-defined toileting and bladder retraining programs, known and understood by all staff and outcomes-focused.
There are four major programs that offer support to affected employees: Priority Placement System, Voluntary Separation Incentive Pay, Voluntary Early Retirement Authority and, if applicable, retraining.
This study analyzed entry data on dislocated airline employees in an effort to develop guidelines that would benefit future enrollees in retraining, the retraining organizations, and employers.
But Mr Colquhoun's decision leaves just two surgeons retraining at the unit which it is hoped will be operational again in April next year.
The statement said: "The external inquiry report recommends that Dr Sharma should undergo a period of supervised surgical retraining before he resumes his clinical practice.
Both employers and the rehabilitation system (Rasch, 1979) may deny opportunities for retraining to the older worker.
During his campaign, Clinton hammered time and again on the subject of worker education and retraining.
They don't realize the importance of retraining employees and vendors, and they don't know how to inspire customer confidence in the new techniques.
Therefore, the provision of a retraining program for displaced workers will either allow them to integrate into the newly automated workplace or provide them with new skills to further them along in new careers with other employers.
The report also examines ways to enhance existing support and retraining programs which help workers adjust to being laid off.
Success in bringing a technologist up to date after a 10-year absence from the field led this hospital lab to set up a retraining program.