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Why are classroom-based training programs (lecture/discussion, role-play, games, etc) used so much more than individualized approaches to training? Do you think this choice is appropriate? (training and development)

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//The given discussion paper is based on the 'Training and Development'. This paper also explains you how important are the training and development for the employees to execute their tasks in an effective manner. So, first of all, I will write about the training and development and its types under the heading of Introduction, for example: //

Introduction: Training and Development

Training and development of employees are necessary for preparing the employees to perform according to the requirements of the job and related to the future prospects of the job. Training programs are essential tools for supplying the recommended skills and knowledge to the employees for performing a specified job. Training programs are of two types, on the job and off the job training ...

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