Definition of Miniature Job Training And Evaluation Approach

Miniature job training and evaluation approach is firstly introduced by Siegel and Bergman in 1975. According to this job learning approach, potential candidates are assessed on their performance prediction before final hiring to find out the low aptitude applicants. The approach assumes that the candidates who learn and perform the sample tasks can learn and perform well on the actual tasks after hiring.


This approach turns the real-time scenarios into tests or games and assesses the applicant’s performance. The only problem with this approach is the time and budget consumed to convert real-time tasks into sample scenarios.

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