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INDUCTION is a primary introductory course mostly designed by organizations for their new appointees to acclimatize themselves with the new office environment and organizational structure, whereas TRAINING is imparted to the employees with some experience in the organization to enhance their knowledge, skills to improve quality of service. There is not a huge difference between orientation and induction. Induction is the being accepted and orientation is being shown what to do once inducted.
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