The Kronos Training Plan in Detail Part II - Who are We Training?

Dwain Lambrigger — Nov 2010

We have started building our Kronos training plan. In part I, we spoke of an introduction. If you were to follow the training plan step by step, you would include executive summary, key risks and mitigation and open items sections. It is not possible to complete these sections without going through the Who, What, When, Where and How that was discussed in the most recent Training Zen white paper (Building a Kronos Training Plan using the Five Question Method). We will return to the section listed above after answering these five questions. 

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How Adult Learners Learn Kronos Part II - Kronos Training On My Own

Dwain Lambrigger — Nov 2010

Most of the important things in life are learned outside of a classroom. From programming a car stereo's auto set buttons, installing a new toilet or what not to do on a first date. In fact, according to a lot of studies, it is the type of learning most adults prefer. So, lets learn about what it means to be an autonomous and self directed learner, then apply that knowledge to a Kronos Workforce Timekeeper training event.  

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Kronos Training Online - Facing the Challenges

Dwain Lambrigger — Nov 2010

Now a days, many organizations are leaning toward an online training model. This is understandable. It's much cheaper than a classroom based class, especially for organizations with geographically distant locations. It also provides live instruction which is vitally important aspect to any training course.

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The Kronos Training Plan In Detail - The Beginning

Dwain Lambrigger — Nov 2010

So now it is time to work on the plan. The first sections of the plan should do two things. Introduce the training plan and provide a summary of the plan. 

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The Kronos Training Plan in Detail - An Introduction

Dwain Lambrigger — Oct 2010

In a recent white paper, attention was drawn to the importance of a training plan in your Workforce Timekeeper implementation, and training program. In fact, the importance of this plan can't be minimized. It is the "the sacred scroll of your training program; alright, maybe a religious analogy may not fit here. Really, it should be thought of as a blueprint, providing a detailed view of the entire program, as well as the information necessary to manage it.

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How Adult Learners Learn Kronos - Introduction - Part 1

Dwain Lambrigger — Oct 2010

As children, we learn differently than we do as young adults. As young adults we learn differently than we do as adults. We as Kronos trainers typically focus on adult learners. All of the adults in your training classes will have different types of motivation to learn, but there are a few characteristics that they all share. In this entry, we cover these characteristics, and what makes adult learners different from any other group. 

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Your Kronos Training Technique - Keep the Energy Up! - Part II

Dwain Lambrigger — Oct 2010

Continuing on the last blog article about Kronos Training Zen, in this entry we will talk about how you you can be more visually active in your presentations. 

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