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Training departments are beginning to fulfill the needs

1. 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 possible future situation?

2. How might organizations that have a high need for replacement and newly trained employees work with postsecondary institutions to recruit, train, and retain needed workers?

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1. 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 possible future situation?
Core training: Refers to the basic skill sets and knowledge that citizens should possess. This might include English language proficiency, basic math, hygiene, citizenship classes and computer literacy. For me personally core training does not pertain to my current or future situation. I have nearly completed my master's degree and am fluent in all of these areas. Possibly the only exception would be if I moved to another country and needed to learn a foreign language and learn about that country.

Collateral training: Refers to training that assists an individual in their primary job function. While the individual may not need these skills or knowledge to function, learning them will make him/her a more versatile ...

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Training departments which are beginning to fulfill the needs of life-long learners in three important areas for core training are examined.

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