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Ewa Lidén Kassel Project No. 030300-2 Presentation 2009 Tool 4 and 5 Skills Check (Contractor) (Operator)

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1 Ewa Lidén Kassel Project No Presentation 2009 Tool 4 and 5 Skills Check (Contractor) (Operator)

2 Ewa Lidén Kassel Project No Presentation 2009 Tool 1: Health & Performance Tool 2: Cost/Benefit Tool 3: WORX for SMes Tool 4: Skills (contractor) Tool 5: Skills (operator) Tool 6: Ergo-Check Tool 7: Sitting- Check COMFOR educative packages

3 Ewa Lidén Kassel Project No Presentation 2009 Tool 4: Skills-Check (contractors) This tool helps you to identify skills required to perform good personal level of skills This is necessary to identify your training needs attend and focus on essential matters in order to stay competitive.

4 Ewa Lidén Kassel Project No Presentation 2009 SME voices about Skills-Check (con) forces you to think about questions you know are important, but never take time to consider makes you aware of own position  business requirements opens up for business improvement good help to identify strengths and weaknesses enables targeted search for training it is a useful tool

5 Ewa Lidén Kassel Project No Presentation 2009 Skills areas (con) Finances and procurement Management Timber and marketing Organisation and planning NOTE: Add tasks if necessary!

6 Ewa Lidén Kassel Project No Presentation 2009 Tool 5: Skills-Check (operators) This tool helps to identify your operators strengths areas for improvements This is necessary to achieve a safe high and sustainable level of production. Useable at yearly development discussions.

7 Ewa Lidén Kassel Project No Presentation 2009 SME voices about Skill-Check (op) important to check that (new) operators have the required skills helps to determine the need of training makes operators look into and think about their machines, planning and operations in general offers a basis for contractors to arrange appropriate courses in an easy way tool was very well received by operators and contractors

8 Ewa Lidén Kassel Project No Presentation 2009 Skills areas (op) Technical Operational Maintenance Safety Environment NOTE: Add tasks if necessary!

9 Ewa Lidén Kassel Project No Presentation 2009 Method 1.Estimate the required level of skills 2.Assess the current level 3.Determine training needs 4.Prioritize 5.Identify training offers 6.Decide upon training

10 Ewa Lidén Kassel Project No Presentation 2009 Required level of skills 1.Essential task, I need very good skills 2.Important task, I need good skills 3.Non essential task Use all experience to identify requirements!

11 Ewa Lidén Kassel Project No Presentation 2009 Current level 1.I can perform very well, no problems are left unsolved 2.I can perform quite well and solve common problems 3.I manage to get along, as long as no problem arises

12 Ewa Lidén Kassel Project No Presentation 2009 Need of training RequiredActualTraining? Not promptly No need Yes

13 Ewa Lidén Kassel Project No Presentation 2009 Training providers Consult your association for training offers Membership Office: PO Box 11443, Ellon, AB41 7WX Registered Office: Tigh na Creag, Invershin, Lairg, Sutherland, IV27 4ET Telephone:

14 Ewa Lidén Kassel Project No Presentation 2009 Tool 4 and 5: Skills-Check (con)(op) Field of applicationIdentify areas in which skills might be improved Type of toolMonitoring tool, basis for decisions DocumentsExcel-file (FI) Frequency (recommended) Yearly / Every 2 nd year


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