The word induction is a late Middle English word from Latin inductio(n-), from the verb inducere 'lead into'.

The Merriman-Webster dictionary defines induction as:

a : the act or process of inducting (as into office)
b : an initial experience : initiation
c : the formality by which a civilian is inducted into military service

Taking a step further, the Merriman-Webster dictionary defines initiation as:

1 a : the act or an instance of initiating
   b : the process of being initiated
   c : the rites, ceremonies, ordeals, or instructions with which one is made a member of a sect or society or is invested with a particular function or status

2 : the condition of being initiated into some experience or sphere of activity 

The same source describes knowledgeableness as:

having information, understanding, or skill that comes from experience or education: having knowledge

If knowledgeableness is to be the result of induction, then

Induction is the experiences and professional learning provided to beginning teachers to assist them to obtain information, understandings, and skills relating to the teaching profession and teaching.