SMP - Skills Management Process - Does anyone else have experience with SMP?

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db

Smp

Years ago, I was involved with a thing called SMP (Skills Management Process). It was a "fact-based" method of determing training needs, and developing Individual Training Plans (ITP) for employees. Just for fun (because this is a new forum), does anyone else have experience with SMP, and if so, what did you think?
 

barb butrym

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I had some material on it........had to play around with it to get it to fit my needs, but it was a good beginning. I liked it.

I actually took the basic principals, made some changes, did some new forms and used it in a ASQ conference presentation on "effective training programs" I added presentation delivery stuff and effectivity measures as well.

What did you think? How did you use it?
 
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ralphsulser

Skill Map

db said:
Years ago, I was involved with a thing called SMP (Skills Management Process). It was a "fact-based" method of determing training needs, and developing Individual Training Plans (ITP) for employees. Just for fun (because this is a new forum), does anyone else have experience with SMP, and if so, what did you think?

We use something here called a "Skill Map" or also refered to as a training matrix. This is done for each operating department.
I'll attach one for your review.
 

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Ralph,

We used something very similar where I used to work before I came to my present employer. As I recall it worked very well.

/Claes
 

barb butrym

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the SMP stuff is the process you use to get to your matrix. Some are cut and dry, some need more thought to develop.
 
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