1. A common form of training is cooperative training. There are two widely used cooperative training methods: internships and apprentice training. In both forms of training, there is a combination of classroom training (formal education) and on-the-job training (experience) that can be used for career development. Based on your experiences, discuss the added value of cooperative training. How do we as HRM professionals objectively determine the “value” of cooperative training? Then, discuss the problems of cooperative training that should be taken into consideration by human resource professionals. Finally, make a recommendation as to how cooperative training can be assessed and used for succession planning. 2. •Search “Business Coaching in the U.S.” •Click individually on the topics across the tan-colored ribbon above the “IBISWORLD Industry Report 61143” headline •Respond to the following: A.What does this industry offer to private-sector employers who want to develop the talents of their employees? B.Discuss the future of the industry and its major strengths, challenges, and competitors. C.As an HR Manager in _______________(please select a type of business), what might the business coaching industry provide for your business? Select two services you think are best to utilize for the organization and explain why they were chosen.