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Tracking the Impacts of Structured On-the-Job Training (SOJT)

May 21, 2023
Measurement & Evaluation
It’s common for on-the-job training to fail to show strong results. To stop this trend, we will examine lessons learned from practical, first-hand experience creating structured on-the-job training (SOJT) development programs. We will also use validated research to support the case for SOJT and how to track and report its effectiveness.
Ronald Jacobs, Emeritus Professor, Human Resource Development - University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Paul Smith, Head of Development - Baker Construction Enterprises

Application on the Job 1

Apply lessons learned from previous SOJT programs to more efficiently create your own.

Application on the Job 2

Develop a data-driven, business-based proposal for how SOJT can impact your organization.

Application on the Job 3

Map out an effective SOJT evaluation strategy to support reporting tangible results.

Target Audience

All TD Professionals

Learning Approaches

Case Study

Session Type

Education Session

Learning Path(s)

Instructional Design Trends
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