On-the-Job Training (OJT)

On-the-Job Training (OJT)

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Training or activities done in the workplace as employees perform everyday tasks and/or activities. On-the-job training is based on the principle of learning by doing. It can include demonstration and explanation by a more experienced employee (supervisor or manager) and the performance of tasks under supervision, with the provision of appropriate feedback. Examples of OJT are coaching, delegation, job rotation, Mentoring, and participation in special projects. [1]


  1. dictionary.bnet.com (30 July 2008)