Time & Attendance
Prevent Call Outs
Implementation & Launch
By Staff Report
Jun. 3, 2009
• Gather stakeholders and subject-matter experts and create the training content.
• Identify potential trainers.
• Equip the trainers with the tools they need (training materials, program templates, etc.).
• Equip the trainers with the skills they need (facilitation and presentation skills).
• Pay attention to trainer evaluation and evaluation of the training program as a whole.
Since this is a first for your organization, take a step back and make sure you have proper context before launching into identifying trainers and building content.
• To reassign or increase the use of internal employees to avoid layoffs or to increase employee engagement.
• To “insource” in an effort to rein in training costs because of economic issues.
• To address a new area needing training (such as ethics) that previously did not have training associated with it.
• To comply with regulations (e.g., mandatory sexual harassment training).
• To address concerns related to the value or quality of existing or past training programs or initiatives.
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