L&D: Prudhoe Bay in 1987

15 Minute Video Tour of the Living Facilities

It was minus 17 when I took this tour.

I was there to pilot-test the methodology that I had created for our team – my partners and our staff and a couple of contractors – for the analysis, design and development of Performance Tests to support a Pay Progression Program – which was to lead to a Curriculum Architecture effort – that turned out to not be necessary – as Informal and Coached learning took over for the motivated workforce.

Read all about that effort in these Past Posts:

L&D: Clarify Learning Needs via Performance Tests

L&D: Knowledge Tests Don’t Test for Performance Capability

Aiding Informal Learning : An Alaskan Example from 1994

Performance Testing – Testing the Application On-the-Job of Knowledge and Skills

The Authentic Acid Test of Competence – Is Doing the Authentic Job Tasks to the Stakeholder Requirements

The Book

This book – available as a FREE PDF and as a paperback and a Kindle – is based on that 1987 project, and then another in 1994 on the Alaska Pipeline and another for an HVAC client in the lower 48 – as they say.

2008 PB EQCS Book Cover

Employee performance-based Qualification/Certification Systems (2008)

Click on the link to get to the download page:

https://eppic.biz/resources/free-book-pdfs/free-book-pdf-employee-performance-based-qualification-certification-systems/

Employee performance-based Qualification/Certification Systems is also available as a $15 Paperback book – and $7.50 as a Kindle – for more and to order – please go – here.

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