Definition of preservice in English:

preservice

Syllabification: pre·serv·ice
Pronunciation: /ˈprēˈsərvəs
 
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adjective

  • Of or relating to the period before a person takes a job that requires training, especially in teaching: preservice training
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    • It is fair to say that we need to continue to do some more work on the pre-service training of teachers, to keep on improving the standards.
    • I think being an MP must have the least pre-service training of any job with similar responsibilities.
    • Could this perceived level of preparation be related to pre-service training?

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