Re: Sigh-off sheet

Subject: Re: Sigh-off sheet
From: "Pilipovich, Kathleen" <Kathleen -dot- Pilipovich-1 -at- KMAIL -dot- KSC -dot- NASA -dot- GOV>
Date: Wed, 6 May 1998 09:40:19 -0400

>> I have been asked to produce a document that has a brief how to
>> section, a short test, and a line for an employee and a manager to
>> sign off on. The purpose of the document is to prove that the employee
>> knows how to do something before we actually let them do it. Is there
>> a formal name for this? Has anyone ever done one of these before? The
>> boss only wants it to be 1-2 pages.

Before becoming a TW, I was lead in an operations area. Analysts had to
be certified before being able to work in the area during critical
tests. We
developed a certification checklist. The checklist didn't contain how-to
sections. It listed skills the analyst needed to master. Each skill was
listed on a separate line with a block for the lead and analyst to
initial.
After all skills were checked off, we certified the analyst. This is a
little
different than what you described, but I hope it helps.

Kathy Pilipovich
United Space Alliance
Kathleen -dot- Pilipovich-1 -at- ksc -dot- nasa -dot- gov
407-861-7723
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