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This article explores the role of the workplace trainer in the light of the current de-institutionalising of training. This paper, based on research funded by the National Research and Evaluation Committee (NREC), analyses the self-reported roles of samples of workplace trainers in three industries across three states, and explores the implications for both the nature of national competency standards and the development of a training/learning culture. The study highlights what informal training in the workplace entails and the critical role the informal trainer plays in promoting learning.
Published: Brisbane, Queensland: Centre for Learning and Work Research, 2000
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