Computer-Based Training


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Computer-Based Training

(application)
(CBT) Training (of humans) done by interaction with a computer. The programs and data used in CBT are known as "courseware."
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is included in this RFP as Attachment 10; however, the online computer-based training and webinar
By using computer-based training and SPECAT, department employees are able to complete a portion of their mandatory training at their own pace and without an instructor, in training modules that range from tool control and public relations, to the Prison Rape Elimination Act.
FROEHLICH: We use a computer-based training model for our OSHA required safety training.
Mr Wrigley's presentation focused upon how Darlington Building Society's training department developed its own unique in-house, computer-based training (CBT) and testing system.
The training methods used were instructor-based training (IBT) and computer-based training (CBT).
By all estimates, computer-based training (CBT) is growing at a brisk pace in the industry, driven largely by the declining costs of this technology and the burgeoning CD-ROM marketplace.
What really rocks traditionalists, however, is the virtual aspect of computer-based training.
Martin likes computer-based training for its ability to let workers learn at their own speed and without interrupting production.
Business communicators are developing interactive newsletters and brochures, multimedia product catalogs, interactive trade show presentations, computer-based sales presentations, disk-based reference manuals, and computer-based training programs.
Computer-based training can be delivered at any location where a computer is present, including desktops at work and home.
These include not only the traditional audio-visual instructional aids, such as films, overheads, and videos, but also the use and application of newer technologies, such as teleconferencing, satellite broadcasting, computer-based training, interactive video, compact disc, and laser disc technology.
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