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Staffing Plan

Role and
Number
Staffed for
the Position

Training
Program
Director:
1 member

Facilitators:
2,800 members

Managers:
1 member

Technical
Training
Leader:
1 member

Required Skills, Abilities, and


Knowledge
The director needs to have the ability and
knowledge to plan the training program. They
should have the skills necessary to complete the
training program description, needs analysis,
budget, staffing plan, stakeholders and goals,
communication plan, and program evaluation plan.
They should have the knowledge of how to
manage, supervise, and guide the employees
throughout the training program.
The facilitators role entails designing or delivering
the instructional portions of the program,
(Caffarella & Ratcliff, 2013, p. 270). They will use
their knowledge and skills to create different ways
to interact with the adult learners while using the
new training program. Their abilities to use a
variety of tools will help in the delivery, and their
knowledge will help bring teaching and training to
the adult learners. They will train in the new
training program before they begin running their
own classes for the organization.
The manager should have the skills and abilities to
plan, to administer, and to arrange the items in
order during the planning of a training program.
They are responsible for, handling all problems
that arise before, during, and after the program
(Caffarella & Ratcliff, 2013, p. 271). They need the
skills and knowledge to supervise the planning,
administering, and arranging of the items in order
through the duration of the training program.
The leader must have the skills and abilities to
lead, guide, train, and evaluate the training
program. They have extensive knowledge and
skills in a technical discipline, (Combs & Davis,
2010, p. 100). They show the way to new and
improved ways of using technology with their
knowledge and skills in technology. They are also
able to evaluate the technical training program
objectives from the technical training experts.

Internal
or
External

Internal

Internal

Internal

Internal

Technical
Training
Expert:
2 members

Volunteer
Instructors
(VI): 1,081
members

The experts use their knowledge and skills to


make, use, and train others in the field of
technology and technical training. They are experts
with the online website, and can assist with any
issues with their knowledge and abilities. They are
the people to contact and interact with when
someone has a question because of their
knowledge and expertise. They experts lends
credibility and validity to training activities
through the training program process. (Combs &
Davis, 2010, p. 101).
The same applies to volunteer facilitators; their
role entails designing or delivering the
instructional portions of the program, (Caffarella &
Ratcliff, 2013, p. 270). They will use their outside
knowledge and skills to create different ways to
interact with adult learners. Their outside
knowledge will assist them while they are
implementing the new training program and giving
it diverse outside ideas. They have different
abilities and knowledge that give them different
ideas in the tools and delivery to adult learners
during the teaching and training. They have to
train in the training program before they begin
facilitating their own classes for adult learners.

Internal

External

References
Combs, W. L., & Davis, B. M. (2010). Demystifying technical training: Partnership,
strategy, and execution. San Francisco, CA: Wiley.
Caffarella, R. S., & Ratcliff Daffron, S.(2013). Planning programs for adult learners: A
practical guide (3rd ed.). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.