Assessing competence using computers - Abbr from CBT paper(eBook)

Published Date

February 2003

Assessing competence using computers - Abbr from CBT paper(eBook)

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The use of the pc onboard is now becoming more common-place for training but raises the resultant question of how do you monitor how effective that training is. This paper delivered at the 2003 CBT conference explores that question (9pp).

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Title: Assessing competence using computers - Abbr from CBT paper(eBook)
Product Code: 4430F006
Published Date: February 2003

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