Best Practices in Training of Employees: A Framework for Training the Personnel of Social Partners and NGOs

Nikos Papadakis, Argyris Kyridis, Prokopis Pandis, Christos Zagkos


In the modern, knowledge-driven economy, it has been argued that people must upgrade their skills in order to remain competitive and to prepare for frequent changes in jobs. Adult learning is seen extremely crucial for long-term employability. Availability of adequately trained human resources in any institution is most critical to its success; and education and training play a significant role in this connection. This paper seeks the best practices for training of personnel. Initially, a detailed review of the international experience in this matter is presented and then the authors introduce a framework of a comprehensive program of personnel training in social partners and NGOs.

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