Journal of European Industrial Training: Volume 16 Issue 9


Table of contents

Training: Just How Feasible Is This Necessity?

Bert de Vries, John Warmerdam

Focuses on how to fit on‐the‐job training activities into theorganization of work, a problem area which will be gaining importanceover the next few years when the training load…

Learning to Use a Wordprocessor: Effects of the Leittext Method

Christa C.J. Teurlings, P. Robert‐Jan Simons

Examines the application of the Leittext method (a training systemdesigned to stimulate active learning by novices) to the domain of wordprocessing. A pre‐test/post‐test control…


A Model for Adult Training in Flexible Organizations: Towards an Experience Concentration Theory

Jo Thijssen

Discusses flexibility at both organizational and individual levelswith respect to human resource management and training for an ageingworkforce. Derives a theory of experience…

Training and Employment of the Underprivileged: The Role of Social Partners

Ignace Pollet

Examines the intentions and implementation of the Belgian“0.18 rule” through interviews with a number of key actors.The rule was a measure introduced in 1989 to ensure that…

Putting the Pieces Together

Martin Mulder

A conceptual framework of training and development. At first sight, the contributions of the various authors in this issue differ significantly as to the content of their study…



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