How do you calculate man days?

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The training 'man days' can be calculated by taking a unit 'man day' into consideration. In most circumstances, the workday is composed of 8 hours. The duration of time is set by the employer. The total training hours are calculated by adding the total seminar and lecture time. In most cases it is 32 + 24. Dividing it by 8 gives 7.5-man day.
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The training 'man days' can be calculated by taking a unit 'man day' into consideration. In most circumstances, the workday is composed of 8 hours. The duration of time is set by the employer. The total training hours are calculated by adding the total seminar and lecture time. In most cases it is 32 + 24. Dividing it by 8 gives 7.5-man day.
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