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Apprenticeship Training


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Google previewGender Equality at the Heart of Decent Work (2009)

Sixth Item on the Agenda by International Labour Office

Apprenticeship training is an important mechanism of skills transmission for young people, particularly in developing countries...

Google previewIndustry (1921)

A Semi-monthly Interpretation of Industrial Progress

Apprenticeship training is a matter of ided general importance from the standpoint of manufacturer and the citizen. Arbitrary obstacies to the admission of young men to trade fields must be removed. Every incentive to the new workers in the ...

Google previewHuman Resource Management: Text and Cases

by Sharon Pande, Swapnalekha Basak

Apprenticeship Apprenticeship training is a method in which trainees learn a craft or trade by hands-on experience while working with a skilled worker, usually under a written or implied indentureship agreement. In this, an apprentice is ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Career Development (2006)

by Jeffrey H. Greenhaus, Gerard A. Callanan

Great Britain offers those leaving school one- and two-year paid apprenticeship training opportunities, while in Sweden, most ...

Google previewConcise Encyclopaedia of India (2006)

by K.R. Gupta, K.R. Gupta & Amita Gupta

Apprenticeship Training Scheme It is obligatory on the part of the employers in specified industries to engage apprentices for undergoing apprenticeship training, varying from one year to four years, under the Apprentices Act, 1961.

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Strikes in American History (2015)

by Aaron Brenner, Benjamin Day, Immanuel Ness

In New York, the benefit to labor was mirrored by complaints from officers in the New York Trade School, who felt that publicly funded extension classes served unions by restricting apprenticeship training to those already employed in the field, ...

Google previewWharton's Pocket Law Dictionary

Apprenticeship training, means a ...

Google previewCompanion Encyclopedia of the History of Medicine (2013)

by W. F. Bynum, Roy Porter

In previous centuries, access to the universities varied across the separate interrelated castes of the pre-modern profession, evident in Britain in the convergent but once separate apprenticeship training of apothecaries and barber -surgeons in ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Human Resource Management (2008)

by Edmund Heery, Mike Noon

It seeks torevive andimprove apprenticeship training in sectors where it is established and extend it to new areas of the economy. Modern Apprenticeships sharesome of thefeaturesof traditionalapprenticeship in that theyare based ona ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Of Economic Development (2005)

by P. K. Jalan

Under the Apprenticeship Training Act, 1961, 3% of the vacancies are reserved for people with disability. Considering desirability of increasing the participation of people with disability physical standard for 18 designated trades have been ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Educational Reform and Dissent (2010)

by Thomas C. Hunt, James C. Carper, Thomas J. Lasley, II, C. Daniel Raisch

Continuation schools were designed to enhance the general education curriculum and supplement apprenticeship training for youth who were working out of necessity or because they lacked the motivation to continue in the traditional ...

Google previewEncy. Dictionary Of Education (3 Vol) (2002)

by Mamta Mahndiratta

Apprenticeship Training the students of Vocational stream at +2 level are quite different from those from ITIs and Polytechnics who have been trained under the Craftsmen and Technician Apprenticeship training schemes. It is being strongly ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia and Dictionary of Education (1922)

A Comprehensive, Practical and Authoritative Guide on All Matters Connected with Education, Including Educational Principles and Practice, Various Types of Teaching Institutions, and Educational Systems Throughout the World by Foster Watson

All accepted candidates receive a three years' apprenticeship training. For the first few months all receive a common training, after which a provisional selection is made for training in the several trades and occupations. The parent or guardian ...

Google previewThe Lexicon of Labor (2010)

More Than 500 Key Terms, Biographical Sketches, and Historical Insights Concerning Labor in America by R. Emmett Murray

apprentice/apprenticeship training —Someone learning a trade from experienced workers with both classroom and on-the-job training.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Library and Information Science: Volume 12 - Inquiry (1971)

International Council of Scientific Unions (ICSU) to Intrex Project by Allen Kent, Harold Lancour, Jay E. Daily

At first, instruction on the inservice level is largely involved with the apprenticeship training of professional staff. But as professional schools develop, the training provided for in-service staff begins to include supportive staff. In addition, the ...

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