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Thursday
Oct 2nd, 2014
8:00 AM - 8:50 AM
Meeting Room W304B-D
Eastern Time

We will walk through the creation of a master task list, the first step in creating a living professional development plan. We will dive into the evaluation of tasks that participants provide in the context of the four key attributes: frequency, criticality, complexity to perform, and complexity to learn.


OUTCOMES: Learn how to create an MTL from background documentation * Learn how to assess the skills required for each task * Learn how to assess a worker's skill levels for a given set of tasks and understand how the MTL fits into a professional development plan

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