Continuing training in enterprises play a crucial role and considered as economic and social factor to adapt the economic and social developments. Therefore, the perspectives of continuing training in enterprises have great importance for the political sectors, trade, industry, business, and society. This article provides an overview of the relationship between types, forms, strategies and methods in continuing training in enterprises. In addition, this paper is also devoted to the presentation and systematization of types, forms, strategies and methods continuing training in enterprises as a current topic of discussion in adult education and continuing education. Based on a secondary analysis of the literature, the first part of this paper presents an overview of types and forms of continuing training in enterprises. Furthermore the strategies and methodical procedures of continuing training in enterprises are critically considered and discussed with regard to their limitations. In conclusion, this paper summarizes the contribution of continuing training in enterprises as new perspectives in terms of types, forms, strategies and methods.
Keywords Continuing training in enterprises, Types, Forms, Strategies, Methods
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