Difference Between Training and Learning?
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Answer / anjul sharma
training is the process of providing learners specific
skills and knowledge for their current job.
whereas learning is the continous interaction of an
individual with his/her social environment.
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Answer / kartik iyer
Training is a conscious attempt to develop certain skills
of any person/group. It is well planned, organized in a
Learning is a process of accumulating or reinventing new
thought, opinion, values, skills or attitude. It may or may
not be the outcome of any training. It is influenced by
personal experience, views of others, background, training
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Answer / satish
Training is on going process. if an employee wants to
handle a particular job in a time he will be provided
training so what he can perform the job. it is training.
learning is a contineous process ie to attain a job some
where in the near future.
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Answer / yadavabhay
training is a process to change the attitude of a employee
on work,,, it is a process which ends with the desired
change in work style of the employee,,, while learning is
the process to enhance the knowledge and experience. it is
a continuous never ending process...
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Answer / sumit jain
Training comes with TIME LIMIT
Learning comes with LIFE LIMIT
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Answer / vijay sharma
Training: This is a process to up-grade the people to do
their work more efficiently. This is process to increase
the knowledge of the person. Enhance their capability.
Learning : This is a continuous process every step and
stage we learn lot of new things.
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Answer / mrinmoy
training is a short term process. it is only for a short
duration of time. while learning is a continuous process for
one's whole life. a man/woman learns from his/her birth to
the date, time and venue of a training programme is
mentioned before hand. while learning can take place at any
place and at any time.
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Answer / shahriar
training is necessary but not essential
learning is essential for every people
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Answer / varsha
training is given by a instructor.outcome depends on his
ability.but learning candidate as to learn by taking
initiative by seeing others or reading books or others
experiences.outcome depends upon the candidate only.
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Answer / rahul yogesh malekar
Training is an organise short time process by which people
learn knoledge or skills for definite purpose.
learning can be organise or unorganise process to improve
or make changes in behaviour. learning is informal and long
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