The basic differences between those holding faculty rank and training specialist positions were that training specialists would not be eligible for tenure ...
Author: Michael T. Charles
Publisher: Charles C Thomas Publisher
Category: Law enforcement
In his capacity as researcher and director of the Police Training Institute at the University of Illinois, Michael T. Charles undertook the difficult task of making needed changes to the police training academy curriculum. In Police Training: Breaking All the Rules, he gives the reader an overview of the history of police training in Illinois and follows with a description of the organizational and cultural changes that he helped to bring about. These include discussions of changes in areas such as method of teaching (pedagogical versus andragogical), discipline (quasi-military versus nonmilitary), and fitness training (morning program versus wellness program). The author also describes the steps taken to redefine student rules and regulations regarding an Honor Code and dress code. He outlines the administrative goal of providing recruits the opportunity to learn to follow orders in an atmosphere of mutual respect, an expectation of success, and team effort. Instructional personnel and staff were key to the process of changing the Institute and its culture. The author relates the actions taken to develop standards of quality including a mission statement, goals, and organizational philosophy. As a result of the director's efforts, the Institute's reputation for quality training, research, and innovation had been greatly enhanced and is now a leader in police training.
The training specialist's role in the tutor process was to identify subject matter experts who matched performance needs of the business unit , to encourage ...
Author: Carol P. McCoy
Publisher: American Society for Training and Development
Category: Business & Economics
This title present practical ideas for action and in-depth examples of what training departments that range in size from one part-time employee to five full-time people can accomplish. Representing a wide range of industries, you'll understand the challenges and opportunities for small training departments.
achieve such objective, we have selected enterprise supervisor and training specialist who have taken TTQS curriculum in central Taiwan area for survey ...
Author: Xilong Qu
This two-volume set (CCIS 267 and CCIS 268) constitutes the refereed proceedings of the International Conference on Information and Business Intelligence, IBI 2011, held in Chongqing, China, in December 2011. The 229 full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 745 submissions. The papers address topics such as communication systems; accounting and agribusiness; information education and educational technology; manufacturing engineering; multimedia convergence; security and trust computing; business teaching and education; international business and marketing; economics and finance; and control systems and digital convergence.