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Witnesses said that the victims were cadets touring the city as part of their officer training course. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Career counselling and job training are other key parts of the project. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Activities such as judo and wrestling offer brilliant fitness training too. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They had invited me to observe their training exercise. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Its training blends formal learning with vocational qualifications and engineering degrees. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Her husband was away on a training course. The Sun (2016)They usually involve three years of study, including training on the job and study blocks. Times, Sunday Times (2017)He argued that education and training in schools, colleges and universities should better match skills required by industry. Computing (2010)According to campaigners, proposed changes will mean that apprenticeship funds given to colleges and training providers will be reduced by 30 per cent. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There must be incentives for employers and changes to training practices. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The months that followed were filled with religious instruction and military training. Times, Sunday Times (2013)We form alliances with journalists to increase their understanding and offer training courses that look at discrimination. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Your mind is sharper and a job or training course that had seemed tough is now perfect. The Sun (2014)Will be temporarily based at a training college and nearby church. Times, Sunday Times (2012)We also agree that we need more specialist training for primary teachers. Times, Sunday Times (2009)This stems from his lack of formal training. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Yet offenders are expected to meet education and training targets that will affect their chances of parole. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Most teachers have only rudimentary training to teach physical education. The Sun (2012)She was given no code of practice and no training. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He agreed and began specialist radio training and instruction in the use of plastic explosive. Times, Sunday Times (2008)There is no shortage of potential recruits but there are few places on the threemonth training course. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They are real jobs with quality training and a chance to learn modern skills while earning. The Sun (2015)Increasing numbers of evangelicals are emerging from our training colleges. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Ireland excelled last season after putting himself through a rigorous summer fitness training programme. The Sun (2009)To say childcare operatives within councils need extra training is a farce. The Sun (2009)Does it work in your favour that only one of you has any formal chef training? The Sun (2016)For individual muscles or muscle groups do some weight training or exercises using the weight of the body. Shape Your Body, Shape Your Life (1987)
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British English: training /ˈtreɪnɪŋ/ NOUN
for job Training is the process of learning the skills that you need for a particular job or activity.
He had no formal training as a decorator.
- American English: training
- Arabic: تَدْريب
- Brazilian Portuguese: treinamento
- Chinese: 培训
- Croatian: obuka
- Czech: výcvik
- Danish: træning
- Dutch: training
- European Spanish: entrenamiento
- Finnish: valmennus
- French: formation
- German: Training
- Greek: προπόνηση
- Italian: allenamento
- Japanese: トレーニング
- Korean: 훈련
- Norwegian: opplæring
- Polish: szkolenie
- European Portuguese: formação
- Romanian: instruire
- Russian: тренировка
- Spanish: entrenamiento
- Swedish: träning
- Thai: การฝึก
- Turkish: eğitim kurs
- Ukrainian: тренування
- Vietnamese: sự huấn luyện
British English: training NOUN
exercise Training is physical exercise that you do regularly in order to keep fit or to prepare for an activity such as a race.
The emphasis is on developing fitness through exercises and training.
Definition of training from the Collins English Dictionary
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