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Versatility chart

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Hi there

I am in the process of designing a versatility chart for employee training that would identify core roles and the skills needed for each. The anticipation is that this will be used as part of a formailisation of induction across the business. I want to design something that is comprehensive but easy read.

Has anyone designed something similar and if so would you be willing to share?

Thanks

Sinead

One Response

  1. might be of some use

    Back in 2007 I produced a ‘map’ based on the london underground map where each line was a different role. I then added ‘stations’ as training opportunities/courses. The beauty of this format was that, as the london underground does, lines would cross over at specific points thus providing a place to position any training that was required for both or more roles/lines. I even went on to add zones to show further development.

    I produced this in PowerPoint however did find this hard to use, unfortunately it wasn’t very good for using as a presentation and had to be printed onto A3 as the writing had to be quite small.

    Maybe this will give you something to start from but I would suggest you try to find a drawing package that will suit this sort of work.

    Since then I have seen other examples of the tube map being used, for instance by REED learning and NCFE.

    Hope this helps.

    Chris Allsopp

    Training and Health & Safety Manager

    Skill Force Development

    01623 827654

    [email protected]

     

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