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Question 1

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When a person is able to perform a skill without thinking about what they are doing, they are at which level of skill acquisition?

Question 2

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A broad grouping of knowledge, skills, and attitudes that enable a person to be successful at a number of similar tasks is known as a

Question 3

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In an open system model, which of the following statements is NOT true?

Question 4

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_________ is (are) the foundations for competencies.

Question 5

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A person’s understanding about how and when to apply the facts that have been learned is called

Question 6

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The authors use the acronym KSA to refer to what?

Question 7

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Which of these steps is part of the continuous improvement model?

Question 8

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All aspects of the training program come together in the

Question 9

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Which of the following career paths best prepares a trainer for a supervisory or coordinator position?

Question 10

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Which of the following statements is true?

Question 11

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In the evaluation of training, a determination of whether the trainer actually covered all aspects of the training as designed is called

Question 12

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Learning is defined

Question 13

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When comparing ISO certified companies with companies that were not certified, the text noted that ISO certified companies

Question 14

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What is the focus of the ISO standards?

Question 15

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The authors’ use of attitudes rather than abilities as one of the three types of learning outcomes is based on

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