On the Job Training (OJT)

When learning on the job, you receive firsthand experience performing tasks related to your role from a coworker or supervisor. Employees in a wide variety of careers and industries receive on-the-job training (OJT), a type of experiential learning often used in jobs that involve hands-on work or the use of specialized equipment, software or machinery. The following guide details the purpose of OJT, the benefits of learning on the job and ways this type of training is structured in various work settings.


On The Job Training

https://www.in.gov/dwd/job-seekers/: DWD offers a variety of services to Job Seekers looking to enter the workforce, return to the workforce or locate education and training opportunities. Our WorkOne Career Centers are the heart of our workforce development system. The WorkOne staff can assist you in understanding the INDemand Jobs of today, help you determine your interests and abilities, offer access to training opportunities and provide information needed to succeed in today’s economy. 


http://www.inwbl.com/: The Office of Work-Based Learning and Apprenticeship, located within the Department of Workforce Development and part of Governor Holcomb’s NextLevel Agenda, serves to develop and implement a framework of work-based learning pathways for both youth and adult populations.


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