OJT (On the Job Training) is training in an actual work setting. A direct supervisor or superiors provide instructions to subordinates or those with less experience on the skills related to the specific work, including knowledge, techniques, and attitudes, through daily work under clear plans and objectives. Since OJT is not standardized training such as classroom-style training, trainees can have closer interactions with trainers. In addition, it is effective for the trainees in acquiring, improving, and developing the know-how that has accumulated in the company over its history. 3
On the other hand, there is Off-JT (Off the Job Training) , which is generally considered as typical classroom-style education. This training is targeted for certain employees and is conducted outside the usual workplace separate from their daily work.