Figure 5-9.-Example of a Weekly Training Schedule.
department. Training, planning, and scheduling
for periods shorter than the quarter take place at
the departmental level.
Monthly Training Plan
Using the Quarterly Training Plan as a guide,
each training group submits a proposed Monthly
Training Plan to the cognizant department head
not later than the last week preceding the
upcoming month. This plan indicates the training
to be conducted on specific days and who the
instructor will be. The department head reviews
and approves each training group monthly plan.
The department head keeps copies of all the
departments training group monthly training
plans and uses the compiled
primary tool for scheduling
Planning Board for Training.
Weekly Training Schedule
package as the
training at the
Each week after the Planning Board for
Training, the department head provides each
training group within the department a copy of
a single Department Weekly Training Schedule.
The single schedule includes all training applicable
to the Department. Dont make changes to this
weekly schedule without the approval of the
cognizant department head. This schedule should
indicate the time of the training and where it will
Scheduling of training requires careful
attention to reduce conflict in activities and
to ensure training time is used to the best
Keep training records to an absolute mini-
mum; maintain only those needed to show what
training has been accomplished and what remains
to be done. The true measurement of training
effectiveness is the job performance of personnel.
Training records help you measure job perfor-
mance in the simplest way possible. You may
record all training on a General Record (Type II),