Skilling Australia: A Handbook for Trainers and TAFE Teachers

by Laurie Field | Education | This book has not been rated.
ISBN: 0582662753 Global Overview for this book
Registered by wingDavros-10wing of Banyo, Queensland Australia on 12/25/2005
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Journal Entry 1 by wingDavros-10wing from Banyo, Queensland Australia on Sunday, December 25, 2005
The back cover of this 1993 textbook says that it "covers all the main aspects of planning, conducting, and assessing training in job-related skills. It incorporates the approaches to skills training being advocated in recent Australian government, industry and union literature, and is the first comprehensive reference dealing with this area. The book has been designed to help TAFE teachers, trainers and others responsible for skills training in manufacturing, commerce and Government departments meet the challenge of developing a more highly skilled and adaptable workforce.

The bookis divided into two parts. Part One begins by discussing present skill shortages in Australia, and links the process of skill formation to other aspects of organisational technoculture. It then establishes a terminaology for describing jobs and skills, and examines the nature of worker skills. Part One concludes with an analysis of the changes that are occurring in industry and their implications for trainers and TAFE teachers.

Part Two deals with the main areas in which trainers and TAFE teachers will need to be competent in order to face the challenges ahead. These include the ability to:

- analyse jobs, skills and competencies
- design and use job aids
- structure a skills training programme
- train on-the-job
- use computers in training
- supervise practice
- assess skills."

Journal Entry 2 by wingDavros-10wing at Donated to Charity in Lutwyche, Queensland Australia on Sunday, April 28, 2019

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