T&D: T&D Paths Should Identify What’s Mandatory, Highly Recommended and Elective

T&D Paths Should Guide the Individual Planning Process

Performance 1st – Personalize 2nd. IMO.

Mandatory T&D

Some Instructional Content on the Path – however delivered – might be deemed Mandatory.

Who says so? The Master Performers who were instrumental in the Analysis and Design of the T&D Path. They say so.

They know what’s driven by Compliance – and they know what else should be taken – or tested out of – otherwise. Because it is darn important – so to speak.

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Highly Recommended T&D

Some Instructional Content on the Path – might be deemed Highly Recommended.

Who says so? The Master Performers who were instrumental in the Analysis and Design of the T&D Path. They say so.

They know what’s not mandatory – but shouldn’t be simply glossed over – and what has important instruction that their new-to-the-job peers might not yet appreciate.

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Elective T&D

Some Instructional Content on the Path – might be deemed Elective.

Who says so? The Master Performers who were instrumental in the Analysis and Design of the T&D Path. They say so.

They know what may or may not be needed or important across the variances that occur in their Job family Classification. They know what might be skipped based on what’s typical regarding the incoming Knowledge/Skills of people new-to-the-job based on their education and experiences.

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T&D Path of Mandatory – Highly Recommended – Elective

The PACT Processes for T&D and Master Performers

PACT is an ISD Methodology-set.

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The PACT Processes are typically conducted using a Facilitated Group Process of Master Performers – and sometimes Other SMEs – and sometimes Supervisors – and sometimes Novice Performers – in an Analysis Team, a Design Team and later, post-CAD in my ADDIE-like MCD methods they are sometimes on the Development Team – and sometimes on the Pilot Test Team.

Master Performers are critical participants in the ISD methods – PACT or otherwise – IMO.

They know – collectively – and that’s why the were on the Analysis Team and the Design Team. To be put through a structured but flexible Facilitated Group Process … as a Team. Because as individuals i if we were using traditional interviews and observations we’d be dealing with the fact that they are operating, as we all do – on non-conscious knowledge – and they would each miss up to 70% of what a novice needs to perform. Yikes.

Resources

Here is a Phase By Phase Review of my PACT Processes for T&D as a PowerPoint Show:

pact processes – phase by phase review 2019-01 – January 2019 Review of the PACT Processes for T&D/ Learning/ Knowledge Management.

Here are some articles on the FGP – Facilitated Group Process that I have been using as a consultant since 1982.

CAD – Training Mag – 1984 – 6 page PDF – the first publication about Curriculum Architecture Design via a Facilitated Group Process – published in Training Magazine in September 1984. Original manuscript (30 pages) – How to Build a Training Structure That Won’t Keep Burning Down.

Models and Matrices- NSPI PIJ -1984 – 5 page PDF – the first publication of the performance and enabler analysis methods for ISD using a Facilitated Group Process, from NSPI’s (ISPI’s) Performance & Instruction Journal, November 1984.

Perf Modeling & Enabler Analysis – HR-Com – 2003 – 17 page PDF – an online publication at HR.Com in 2003 covering the analysis of both Performance Competence Requirements and the Enablers – part of my ISD (PACT) and Performance Improvement (EPPI) methods.

CAD – ASTD – 2004 – 5 page PDF – an overview of when to do a Curriculum Architecture Design effort, the outputs of the effort by phase, and the 4 phases of a Curriculum Architecture design effort, published in ASTD’s Links in 2004.

Modeling Mastery Performance and Systematically Deriving the Enablers for Performance Improvement– by Guy W. Wallace, CPT – Chapter 11 of the Handbook of Human Performance Technology – 3rd Edition – 2006.  This methodology was first published in this 1984 article in ISPI’s (then NSPI’s) PIJ in November 1984.

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