training time

training time

[′trān·iŋ ¦tīm]
(computer science)
The machine time expended in training employees in the use of the equipment, including such activities as mounting, console operation, converter operation, and printing operation, and time spent in conducting required demonstrations.
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Training time in the evening sessions is limited, so each group should establish a maximum number of members.
Borrego, the 2005 Pacific Classic and Jockey Club Gold Cup winner, will miss the Big 'Cap after an illness cost him training time.
Intuitive interaction points and common technology are designed to reduce staff training time and chance of injury.
Since implementing the system, Nissan reports it has decreased maintenance training time by 70%; reduced engineering training time by more than half; reduced scrap; maintained quality and uptime levels approaching Six Sigma, and cut integration costs for additional projects by 80%, all with an engineering team estimated to be only 25% the size of its competitors.
For Kevin Wagand, 599th Information Assurance Manager, the training time allowed him to strengthen his personal skill sets.
The improvement should remove the current crosswind restriction for student solo operation of the Goshawk, which has impacted training time for new aviators.
For some reason, these were deemed important enough to be included during the academy, but, afterwards, they are viewed as too basic or simple to merit additional training time.
The three sessions are: Work and Training in Society in the 21st Century; Working Time and Training Time Inside and Outside the Enterprise Management of People and Skills; and Working Time and Training Time in the Course of Life.
Other considerations would include your training time, length of the season, statistical information on each player's performance on offense, your choice of training drills and their role in your team's improvement process.
Employee Compensation is written to cover ongoing developments related to litigation involving such employment issues as overtime pay, exemptions, record keeping, reporting, minimum wage, independent contractors, hazard pay, retaliation, medical leave, back pay, "off the clock" work, training time, family leave, meal periods, and leave for military duty.
Impact and training time contribute to overuse injury, along with a greater chance of dehydration and heat or cold stress.
The ODR rheometer is said to have exceptionally fast, comprehensive, user-friendly software that reduces employee training time and automates testing.

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