Co-worker implemented job training: the use of coincidental training and quality-control checking on the food preparation skills of trainees with mental retardation.

@article{Likins1989CoworkerIJ,
  title={Co-worker implemented job training: the use of coincidental training and quality-control checking on the food preparation skills of trainees with mental retardation.},
  author={M Likins and C L Salzberg and J J Stowitschek and B LinugarisKraft and Robert F. Curl},
  journal={Journal of applied behavior analysis},
  year={1989},
  volume={22 4},
  pages={381-93}
}
In two studies, co-workers of persons with disabilities were taught to use coincidental training procedures while completing their own jobs. In Study 1, the effects of coincidental training on the salad-making skills of 3 trainees with mild and moderate mental retardation were evaluated. Coincidental training by co-workers resulted in improved accuracy of the salad-making skills of the trainees. In Study 2, trainees were also coincidentally taught to make quality-control checks of their salads… CONTINUE READING