Training Plan Development
In this installment of Training Plan Development via Task Assessment, we will turn the example task assessments created in Part 2 into training plans, each customized for an individual employee. A sample training plan document is presented and used as a vehicle for discussion of important aspects of training plan execution.
Some may question the need for a separate document, preferring to reference only the task assessments during training. A separate document is advantageous for the following reasons:
Example Task Assessments
Part 1 of Training Plan Development via Task Assessment covered the basics of task assessment. In this installment, example task assessments will be presented to demonstrate application of the method to manufacturing and service operations. The manufacturing example is taken from Human Relations in Supervision by Willard Parker and Robert Kleemeier for purposes of comparison. The service example presents a small subset of the possible tasks that may require training in an automotive repair shop.
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