on-the-job

ADJECTIVE
  1. relating to or associated with a job or employment
    on-the-job training
    on-the-job requirements
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How To Use on-the-job In A Sentence

  • The Air Service did its best, even publishing in August 1917 a training manual that prescribed a 10-week, on-the-job course of practical instruction in electricity, airplanes, gasoline engines, office work, and telegraphy.
  • Pupils would be offered on-the-job training leading to the certification of their skill in a particular field.
  • The 'cliquish', 'clanish', and 'spooky' on-the-job behavior that some have used to characterize LAPD is manifesting itself more and more in the City's fire department. Archive 2009-05-01
  • Young hires are attractive to employers, because they are less expensive to recruit and more receptive to on-the-job training than more seasoned employees.
  • on-the-job training
  • Once placed, the interns will receive supervised on-the-job training and mentorship for a further three months.
  • Recruited by more than 30 colleges, Robertson sought a school that would allow him to alternate his business-administration classwork with on-the-job training.
  • They are practical and very work specific and involve on-the-job assessments and a portfolio of work examples.
  • I needed on-the-job training for this new role, but it felt as though things were moving too fast for me to unlearn old habits and learn new skills all at the same time.
  • And then they also have 56 hours of actual didactical on-the-job training. CNN Transcript Mar 31, 2006
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