Corporate Training Documentation Management

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An example of a simple training documentation system for business and industry.

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Corporate Training Documentation Management

  1. 1. Our Company Administrative/ Clerical Operative/ Craft Technical/ Professional Supervisor Manager Senior Manager Corporate Training Documentation Management
  2. 2. Objectives 1. Simplify training management 2. Eliminate waste in training management 3. Reduce training management cycle time
  3. 3. Design Process 1. Decide Job Classifications 2. Decide Training Categories 3. Decide Responsibility Levels 4. Decide Minimal Structure 5. Design Minimal Structure 6. HyperLink Components 7. Implement, Track, and Evaluate 8. Ensure Continuous Improvement
  4. 4. Our Company Administrative/ Clerical Operative/ Craft Technical/ Professional Supervisor Manager Senior Manager Training Orientation Performance Management Corporate Divisions
  5. 5. Part One - Orientation Our Company HR Policies and Procedures Orientation Regulatory Compliance Core Curriculum Good Manufacturing Practices Safety Orientation Security Orientation Departmental Orientation Benefits Orientation HOME OSHA PSM Guide FDA 21 CFR Part 211
  6. 6. Performance Management Guide Performance Management Plans Corporate University Curriculums Corporate University Courses Corporate University Schedule Register for a Course Part Two - Performance Management HOME ProjectsCourse AbstractsFastbreak Mailto:MitchellWManning@aol.com
  7. 7. Part Three – Corporate Divisions Organizational Chart(s) Employees Job Descriptions Skills Matrices Training Plan(s) Training Manual(s) Training Records HOME Skills Proficiency Guide Work Business Regulatory
  8. 8. Mitchell W. Manning Sr. MitchellWManning@aol.com Mitch’s training management experience goes from 3x5 note cards to complex computer systems. He has been a one person training department and senior manager of corporate training staffs with job skills, behavioral skills, and regulatory training compliance responsibility and accountability. His training mantra is “keep it simple.”

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