How are customised training packages assembled to suit the client (eBook)

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September 2005

How are customised training packages assembled to suit the client (eBook)

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There is a trend towards shipping companies developing tailor made CBT Training to suit their needs, this paper considers several options that are available (4pp).

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This paper will allow you to determine the recipe for a successful project. Such goals, will vary from project to project, but it will cover the key objectives such as: Ensuring the corporate objectives are met, expectations of line managers and management and most importantly... when the officers and crew fully support the project and recognise the company's commitment to their development.

Title: How are customised training packages assembled to suit the client (eBook)
Product Code: 4430F004
Published Date: September 2005

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