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  1. VF IMI Training Strategy 06/08/2006 Jona L. Titus

  2. Overview Agenda • Training models • Training Strategy • Assessment Strategy • Resources Needed • Training Schedule End User Training

  3. TCM Training TCM and Training Model Communication Drive awareness for the VF IMI program and Change impacts to end users • On-line Portal • One-stop-shop for all training related to VF IMI implementation • References eLearning, Business process, and Simulations/Job aids for each job role • “Cheat Sheet” for applications • References prerequisite training courses for all roles CIA Open Forums Review changes and provide guidance For impacted job roles in finding training and Online resources for assistance • eLearning Coursework • Courses relate to each user audience • To be completed before training sessions User Acceptance Survey impacted users to determine if they Are ready for change • FTF Training Sessions –(WIINGS/WISARD/ eBP, SAP ,TSM/SIMI, SIRA, CAPability, IMIRT,SKI, GPR ) • Facilitation may use CONS and/or Production environment for lab task exercise performance. • Conducted by SU/BA prior to roll out • Provide Concrete Experimentation for areas which need mastery • Provide opportunity for questions and practice • Review reference and portal End User Training

  4. Applications X End User Training

  5. Training Portal Details Also adding “Cheat Sheet” for applications End User Training

  6. eLearning and FTF session Timelines- Phase II End User Training

  7. Assessment Strategy • eLearning Escalation: • Track training completion weekly, beginning WW30 and report out to project and extended staff. • If students are not completing training on time(goals: WW29-30%, WW30-60%, WW31-90%, WW32-100%), I will escalate to their managers. • The expectation is that managers will take the appropriate action to see that training is completed. End User Training

  8. Future Training Hand-Off • Hand off to occur by end of WW36 • Training Owners identified for the following groups: • BAX (Dane Johnson-confirmed) - FSMO (Jenny Lucas) • Finance (Matt McCracken-confirmed) - CCMG (Robyn Desmarais) • HAZMAT (Gerry McCook-confirmed) - Suppliers (Tiffany Rogers) • Factory/PEs (Chris Lbassi-confirmed) • Hand off responsibilities include: • Post and publish training curriculum to teams’ site • Document Super Users and validate they will support future training for new hires or new team members. • Sustaining • Pass ownership of online “cheat sheet” to F17 training department (Jona) • Pass ownership of training portal to F17 (Jona) • Factory SU WIINGS trainers trained and documented (Colin) End User Training

  9. Training Development/Deployment SchedulePhase II • WW22– Communication Strategy Ratified • WW22- FTF Logistics completed • WW23- Training Strategy completed and ratified by PMO • WW25- Impact Map to managers • WW29-32- eLearning training • Ww32-36- FTF training sessions • WW35- Go Live • WW35-36- Stabilization End User Training

  10. Phase II Open Items related to Training • Method of training for Stockroom (train all or just SUs?) • Identify factory users, both SUs and general users, for WIINGS training • Identify resource for FTF training for stockroom • Identify or create forum to share Impact mapping strategy and direction with all managers End User Training

  11. Back Up End User Training

  12. Impact Map Implementation • Impact Map (to IMI Subset) • Managers meet with their employees during regularly scheduled 1:1’s to: • Review goals and objectives of training • Complete impact map for employee’s job role End User Training