The phenomenon of training comprising of political, psychological and socio-cultural factors lasting from birth till death is a complex term to define.
It includes all social processes that have an impact on individuals to adopt the standards, beliefs and living ways of a society.
It involves all processes in which individuals improve their skills, attitudes and other behaviors valuable for the society.
Its a social process providing social competency and optimum personal development under the influence of a selected and controlled environment (especially school).
Training is a line of planned effects ensuring certain developments in peoples behaviors according to some predefined principles.
Training is a process of making intentional changes in peoples behaviors by way of their own lives.
As it is generally used synonymously with formal or corporate training, its usually confused with such terms as education and teaching.
Within this context, the term training can be divided into two general parts: social and corporate training.
History of Training
The existence of training is as old as the history of humanity but its brand new as a science. The roots of modern training system in Europe are based on Middle Age. The schools had been controlled by churches in Middle Age and had been educating priests. Most of the first universities had Christian origin. There were also secular universities such as Bologna University established in 1088.
Modern sense of training, on the other hand, has been inspired of the ideas of American philosopher, psychologist and educational reformist John Dewey (18591952). As one of the founders of pragmatism along with William James, Dewey criticized the ideas of Rousseau and Plato concerning training and asserted that training should aim for introducing students the knowledge and skills that can be adapted to life as an individual and citizen rather than causing them to learn bedraggled and old phenomenon.
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