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  A REVISED ON-THE-JOB TRAINING SYSTEM ATJOHNSON MATTHEY ELECTRONICSBenefits Of Training MaterialsFor On-The-Job Training byShannon M. GalindoA Research Paper Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of theRequirements for theMaster of Science Degree inTraining and DevelopmentApproved for Completion of 4 Semester CreditsTRHRD-735 Field Problem in Training and Development ____________________________________ Research Advisor The Graduate CollegeUniversity of Wisconsin-StoutAugust, 1999  2 The Graduate CollegeUniversity of Wisconsin-StoutMenonmonie, WI 54751ABSTRACT Galindo Shannon M. (Writer)(Last Name)(First) (Initial)A REVISED ON-THE-JOB TRAINING SYSTEM AT JOHNSON MATTHEY (Title)ELECTRONICS: Benefits Of Training Materials For On-The-Job Training Training and Development Joe Benkowski July, 1999 53 (Graduate Major) (Research Advisor) (Month/Year)(No. of Pages)APA (Name of Style Manual Used in this Study) THIS FIELD PROBLEM STUDIED THE BENEFITS OF THE USE OF TRAININGCHECKLISTS AND LESSON PLANS IN ON-THE-JOB TRAINING. CHAPTER 1 ISAN INTRODUCTION TO THE ORGANIZATION THAT THE RESEARCH WASCONDUCTED, ALONG WITH A STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM AND THEOBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY. CHAPTER 2 DESCRIBES THE HISTORY ANDRESEARCH THAT HAS BEEN CONDUCTED ON ON-THE-JOB TRAINING,INCLUDING THE USE OF TRAINING CHECKLISTS AND LESSON PLANS IN ON-THE-JOB TRAINING. CHAPTERS 3 AND 4 SPECIFY THE RESEARCH METHODSTHAT WERE USED TO COLLECT DATA AND THE RESULTS OF THE  3 RESEARCH. CHAPTER 5 CONCLUDES WITH A SUMMARY OF THE RESEARCHAND PROVIDES RECOMMENDATIONS ON THE REVISED TRAINING SYSTEM,ALONG WITH RECOMMENDATIONS FOR FURTHER RESEARCH.  4 AcknowledgementsI would like to sincerely express my appreciation and gratitude to everyone whoassisted me in this research project. I would first like to thank Dr. Joe Benkowski, myresearch advisor and the Program Director of the Training and Development Master’s program. I am very grateful for the time, interest, advice, and encouragement that he provided me.I would also like to thank Johnson Matthey Semiconductor Packages in ChippewaFalls, Wisconsin for allowing me to conduct research at their organization for this field problem. In particular, I would like to thank Linda Kreuger-Smith, my manager, and theTraining, Education, and Development Manager, along with Tom Zweifelhofer, themanager of Human Resources. I thank them both for their advice and approval toconduct the research.Finally, I would like to thank my husband, Michael, my children, Elizabeth andBeau, and my parents, Earl and Georgia Hilber. Their encouragement, support, andendless patience made it possible for me to accomplish this research paper and completemy education.

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