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    Using SCM to evaluate training, including the five steps.

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    Explain how the SCM approach could be used to evaluate a specific type of training in your organization or one with which you are familiar. Include details about each of the five essential steps of the methodology.

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    The basic steps of the SCM approach are 1) focusing and planning, 2) creating a model, 3) designing and implementing a survey, 4) interviewing and documenting, and 5) communicating the findings.

    1 - We would focus on exactly what we need to accomplish. In the case of training, we would focus on the specific position and the requirements of that position that the training is going to be designed for. This would allow us to focus and plan the training, which is essential to design an appropriate model. In step one, we would focus on a certain position, like production supervisor, and what specifically would be required for a successful ...

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    Explain how the SCM approach could be used to evaluate a specific type of training in your organization or one with which you are familiar. Include details about each of the five essential steps of the methodology.

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