When training Kronos Timekeeper, it is a good idea to take an occasional look from 50.000 (50K) feet up. Just make sure you have a parachute! The 50K view is very helpful in creating understanding. Kronos training can be complex. That is specifically, but not exceptionally true when talking about configuration training.
There are steps, upon steps, upon steps to building great Workforce Timekeeper tools like genies, pay rules or HyperFind queries. Now, most system administrators are familiar with the fact that there are building blocks to creating WFTK tools, but more general users are not. When these types of users are in training, it's a good idea to talk about specific steps, then occasionally take a view from 50K so that you can remind participants of the process. Without reminding these users of the overall process, goal, and how it relates to them and their job, you will lose them. Sorry to say, these users are focused on what they need to do. Listen, your training MUST BE ABLE to do one of these three things: