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core training, collateral training, and career training.

Can you please help with the following:

Training departments are beginning to fulfill the needs of life-long learners in three important areas: core training, collateral training, and career training.

How might each pertain to your current and future situation?

A. Core training: the skill and knowledge that is required to meet the needs of the current position.

B. Collateral training: the skill and knowledge that is required to support the functions of the current position.

C. Career training: the skill and knowledge that is required to meet the needs of the next position.

Please base your response on a combination of readings and research, your personal readings/knowledge, and your experience.

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As you correlate how each pertain to your current and future situation, I talk about my own job as a model:

First of all, in terms of core training, teachers in my organization must have core skills and knowledge required to meet the needs of the current position. For example, instructors must know about psychology and human development, basic literacy instruction, behavior management, motivational ...

Solution Summary

Short overviews of each terms occur: core training, collateral training, and career training.

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