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Existing literature seldom discusses curricula and strategies used by employers to train workers who lack initial training for the occupations in which they are employed. This paper aims to add to this discussion within the context of skill formation for machining workers. The site of the study was a car engine factory in Malaysia. Using a qualitative case study methodology, data were obtained through interviews with the factory manager and trainers, observation of the factory and its trainingdoi:10.5296/ijld.v6i4.10262 fatcat:4fvpj4eqcfayjpxitse7peioca