Over fiscal year 2005, did this establishment have formal training programs for its permanent, full-time employees?
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Formal training has a structured and defined curriculum. Formal training may include classroom work, seminars, lectures, workshops, and audio-visual presentations and demonstrations. This does not include training to familiarize employees with equipment and machinery on the shop floor, training aimed at familiarizing employees with the establishment's standard operation procedures, or employee orientation at the beginning of an employee's tenure. In-house training may be conducted by other non-supervisory employees of the establishment, the establishment's supervisors or managers, or the establishments training centers.