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Training Plan Development

  1. 1. PHASE 1 | TRAINING PLAN DEVELOPMENT Step 1. Technical and soft skills are collected from existing job descriptions and catalogued in the competency matrix. Step 2. Using information from the competency matrix and focus group interviews, skills are grouped together into learning modules and organized in the course catalog. Step 4. With guidance from focus group interviews and industry best practices, the job descriptions are revised with updated skills and competencies that better represent daily and future operations. Step 3. Modules are further divided into courses. Each course is assigned a proficiency level (101, 201, etc.), a course description, target audience, learning objectives, instruction format (computer-based, classroom, field, etc.), and time duration.
  2. 2. PHASE 2 | TRAINING CONTENT DEVELOPMENT Step 3. SME input is used to create course materials: video or other computer-based content, classroom presentations, field instruction materials, or reference guides. Step 5. Course materials are stored in a training content library either in the Legacy FM Learning Management System or designated file server. Step 4. SMEs review the course materials for accuracy and intent before they are finalized for distribution. The course catalog is updated as necessary to include details like instructor information and revised learning objectives or format. Step 1. Courses from the course catalog are prioritized for content development and training delivery. Step 2. With direction from the course catalog, subject matter experts (SMEs) are interviewed for content development in order of prioritization.
  3. 3. PHASE 3 | TRAINING CONTENT DELIVERY Step 1. Courses are scheduled as they’re available from Phase 2, Content Development. Step 2. Pre-determined instructors complete a “Train the Trainers” workshop in preparation for assigned course delivery. Step 4. Training participants are invited to enroll into available courses and provided with preparatory information and materials upon registration. Step 3. Developed course materials are provided to appropriate instructors, who then become familiar with the course content and layout prior to training events. Step 5. Instructors and training participants meet in the designated learning environment on the training date as determined by the training schedule. Some courses are delivered via computer-based learning. Step 6. Course quizzes are administered to participants to verify retention.
  4. 4. PHASE 4 | COMPETENCY ASSESSMENTS Step 1. Course materials are used to develop competency assessment questions, which are organized into a question bank. Step 2. Subject matter experts and other key personnel review and approve competency assessment questions to be finalized and stored in the question bank. Step 4. Participants are registered for competency assessments based on their required job competencies and completed coursework. Upon receiving an invitation code, participants complete online competency assessments via the Legacy FM Learning Management System. Step 3. Competency assessments are built from the question bank and using testing criteria such as question and time limitations, randomization, and minimum passing thresholds. Step 5. An analysis is performed on each competency assessment. Test results and training recommendations are e-mailed to the participant and other key personnel.

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