Finding the Balance Between Schoolhouse and On-The-Job Training

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The Air Force typically trains 30,000 to 40,000 new airmen a year. It utilizes two methods for training enlistees: centralized initial skills training (schoolhouse training) and decentralized on-the-job training. The authors develop a methodology to determine the most cost-effective combination of the two, based on a cost-benefit analysis of seven Air Force specialties.

Finding the Balance Between Schoolhouse and On-The-Job Training 2006, RAND Corporation

ISBN-13: 9780833040459

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