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Issue No.01 - January/February (vol.22 vol.22)
pp: 5-7
Published by the IEEE Computer Society
Warren Harrison , Portland State University
ABSTRACT
If a company wants employees to learn a particular review technique or programming language, it will make sure they get "just in time" training: they learn exactly what they need, exactly when they need it. However, far fewer companies are interested in "just in case" training, keeping their employees current in their fields. The author discusses how much time the "top 100 places to work" (according to a Computerworld survey) set aside for training. He then suggests a relatively new approach to training and continuing education-peer-based in-service training.
INDEX TERMS
training, continuing education, just in time, in-service training
CITATION
Warren Harrison, "Do You Learn Just in Time or Just in Case?", IEEE Software, vol.22, Issue No.01 - January/February, January/February 2005, pp. 5-7, doi:10.1109/MS.2005.5
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