ISO Training Records - Human resources section

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mikek

#1
Hello, I am on a ISO steering team and need help. We are working on the human resource section, and need help on training records. If anyone can show any examples of a form used for this or any other info that would really help us

thanks, mike
 

Wes Bucey

Consultant/Advisor
Moderator
#2
Search function is a good first resource

mikek said:
Hello, I am on a ISO steering team and need help. We are working on the human resource section, and need help on training records. If anyone can show any examples of a form used for this or any other info that would really help us

thanks, mike
Welcome to the Cove, Mike:bigwave:
One of the wonderful things about our Cove is the Search function.

Check it out.

For example - click on the Search button in the navigation bar near the top of the page.
<TABLE class=tborder style="BORDER-TOP-WIDTH: 0px" cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=6 width="100%" align=center border=0><TBODY><TR align=middle><TD class=vbmenu_control>User CP</TD><TD class=vbmenu_control>Registered Users</TD><TD class=vbmenu_control>FAQ</TD><TD class=vbmenu_control>Calendar</TD><TD class=vbmenu_control>Posts Last 24 Hours</TD><TD class=vbmenu_control>Since Last Visit</TD><TD class=vbmenu_control id=navbar_search style="CURSOR: pointer" unselectable="true">Search<SCRIPT type=text/javascript> vbmenu_register("navbar_search"); </SCRIPT>
</TD><TD class=vbmenu_control id=usercptools style="CURSOR: pointer" unselectable="true">Quick Links<SCRIPT type=text/javascript> vbmenu_register("usercptools"); </SCRIPT>
</TD><TD class=vbmenu_control>Log Out</TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>
You can either enter your search query (for instance "training record") in the box provided or click on "Advanced Search" which brings up a more elaborate dialog screen to enter your query.

Then you can peruse the results to see if the topic has been covered before.

I recognize it seems "more efficient" to just ask the question, but realize we are entering a USA holiday weekend and responses may be very slow in coming.

I seem to recall many threads in the past where Covers have discussed similar situations to yours.

Here's a quote from our FAQ:
<TABLE class=tborder cellSpacing=1 cellPadding=6 width="100%" align=center border=0><TBODY><TR><TD class=tcat>Can I search the forum?</TD></TR><TR><TD class=alt1>You can search for posts based on username, word(s) in the post or just in the subject, by date, and only in particular forums.
To access the search feature, click on the "search" link at the top of most pages.
You can search any forum that you have permission to search, but you cannot search through some forums, such as the Coffee Break forum, to keep the load on the search engine low. However, the Google Search option does search all Public forums including the Coffee break forum.</TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>
 
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mikek said:
If anyone can show any examples of a form used for this or any other info that would really help us
Hey, Mike. Welcome to the Cove :bigwave:

Yep, the searc function is good, and in addition to what Wes said, you may want to consider using databases or excel to keep track of planned and carried out training? We do, so I have no docments to show you.

/Claes
 

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