Learning Through Formal Opportunities

January 2013
Learning Through Formal Opportunities - Competency Center;Jan2013, p1
Learning is the process of acquiring new skills and knowledge. Learning in the workplace involves developing job-related skills as well as the interpersonal and communication skills necessary to interact successfully with co-workers, managers, and staff. Formal learning opportunities can take place on-site -- many companies offer professional development opportunities internally -- or off-site at community colleges or contracted training organizations.


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