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PIPELINE Program Speaker Series IV: Creating Effective On-the-Job- Training

Wednesday, February 20, 2019  
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Creating effective on-the-job-training is a key component to having successful employment-based dual-training programs.

The PIPELINE Program invites you to its fourth speaker series event to learn techniques and tips on how to create, support, and manage highly effective On-the-Job-Training (OJT) initiatives for your company or organization. Jonathan Stuart will present information to enable you to either begin your own robust OJT or improve on the current work you are already doing to help give your employees the skills they need to succeed.

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WHAT: PIPELINE Program Speaker Series IV: Creating Effective On the Job Training (OJT)

WHEN: March 14, 2019 from 9:00 - 10:30 am

WHERE: Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry, 443 Lafayette Road, Saint Paul, MN 55155

  • Free public parking is available directly in front of the building at designated spaces, in the nearby visitor lot that is entered from Grove Street and in an overflow Blue Lot on 13th Street E. (one block south of University Ave.)
  • Visitors must sign in and register their vehicle, including license plate information, after entering the building.

About the Presenter

Jonathan Stuart specializes in consulting on human resource interventions for the workplace. For 15 years he was a trainer for Customized Training Services as part of the Minnesota State System tasked with doing outreach in companies across the Twin Cities. In this position he was awarded the 2015 Award of Excellence in Teaching. Jonathan has designed on the job training systems for both the printing and manufacturing environments and his work has taken him to Korea, South Africa, and Guatemala. Jonathan is also a qualified neutral and offers both workplace mediation and meeting facilitation services. His volunteer time is given toward the Dispute Resolution Center in St. Paul. He holds an M.A. in Human Resource Development & Adult Education and a PhD in Organizational Leadership both from the University of Minnesota.