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New Agents Training. Knoxville September 1, 2006. Agenda. First Half of Day – Mitch, Linda, David & Connie Leadership Styles Needs Assessment Individual Annual Plans SUPER System Professionalism Questions Second Half of Day 4-H - Overview. What is Needs Assessment?.

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new agents training

New Agents Training


September 1, 2006

  • First Half of Day – Mitch, Linda, David & Connie
    • Leadership Styles
    • Needs Assessment
    • Individual Annual Plans
    • SUPER System
    • Professionalism
    • Questions
  • Second Half of Day
    • 4-H - Overview
what is needs assessment
What is Needs Assessment?
  • First things first
  • What is an Extension program?
what is a program
What is a program?
  • An Extension program is a planned educational response to an identified need.
  • Should include different types of educational delivery methods and involves a mix of activities and/or projects.
  • Should be Incremental (not a one shot deal)
what is a needs assessment
What is a Needs Assessment?
  • Identifying what people need where they live, work or play.
  • Using the information gained to make plans to meet those needs.
  • “Where they live, work or play” = communities or specific audiences
needs assessment identify issues
Needs AssessmentIdentify Issues
  • Newspaper/media: things you have read
  • Data indicators: statistics about our county population
  • Conversations: you have had recently
  • Observation: things you have seen
  • Advisory Council: this group’s input
determine needs questions to ask
Determine Needs Questions to Ask
  • What problems can be solved through education?
  • Is this a need or a wish?
  • Who has this need?
  • With whom would instruction be the most effective?
our purpose
Our Purpose
  • To assess needs of the people of an ER County
  • To answer the question: What needs can be met through education?
  • To provide direction for Extension programs conducted in the county
  • Needs Assessment Module
state action agendas 4 h
State Action Agendas – 4-H
  • Citizenship/Youth Voice/Youth Governance
  • Natural Resources and the Environment
  • Volunteer Development
  • Workforce Preparation
  • Youth Leadership Development/Youth-Adult Partnerships
state action agendas fcs
State Action Agendas – FCS
  • Tennessee Shapes Up
  • Children's Environmental Health
  • Tennessee Saves
  • Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness
  • Tennessee Choices for Better Health Care
  • Safe Food for Tennessee
  • Windows of Opportunity: Bright Beginnings for Young Children
  • The Changing Workplace
  • Spotlighting Teen Issues
  • Turning Points for Families
state action agendas ag
State Action Agendas – Ag.
  • NEW SAA’s For 2007
individual annual plan15
Individual Annual Plan
  • Agents will Submit One Annual Plan
  • Plan will Include two Individual Action Agendas
    • Select SAA
  • Each IAA will be rated
  • Plan will have overall Rating
    • E (exceeds expectations)
    • A (achieves expectations)
    • U (unsatisfactory)
individual action agendas
Individual Action Agendas
  • Components of an Individual Action Agenda
    • Issues (county issue and stakeholder input)
    • Plans for coming year
      • Timeline (monthly or quarterly)
      • Under represented audiences
    • Partners and resources
    • Outcomes
    • Planned Evaluation Methods
    • Rating
iaa process
IAA Process

Agent – County Director – RPL

RPL rates, comments and returns

The Agent may make changes and resubmit

individual annual plan due november 1 2006
Individual Annual Plan Due November 1, 2006

Both IAA’s must be completed prior to submission

finalize an iap
Finalize an IAP
  • 14 days after first return by RPL
  • May exchange any number of times; but locks at 14 days
  • All IAP are finalized on the state date