Re: Sigh-off sheet

Subject: Re: Sigh-off sheet
From: "Mason, Catheryn" <CMason -at- INFINITEC-COM -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 6 May 1998 11:54:56 -0500


I used to work in the health care field, and we called such documents
Competency Assessment Tools. They usually contained one or more of the
following elements: checklist, scoring key, return demonstration
verification. We also included a formal procedure that specified the
frequency with which staff had to be assessed, which staff members could
serve as examiners (that is, an RN should examine an LPN, a Director of
Nursing should examine an RN, and so forth), what the consequence of
passing or failing an assessment would be, and who would be allowed
access to the assessment results. I believe that we also specified in a
separate policy the relationship between an assessment (one-time?
pre-hire? annual?) and offer of employment/an increase in salary. You
may not be concerned with the policy and procedure issues in the present
situation, but I find it helpful to have as much knowledge as possible
of the use(s) of a document before I create it. Hope this gives you some
useful information to consider.

Catheryn Mason
Infinitec Communications, Inc.

-----Original Message-----
From: Amy G. Peacock [SMTP:apeacock -at- WOLFENET -dot- COM]
Subject: Sigh-off sheet

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
sign off on. The purpose of the document is to prove that the
knows how to do something before we actually let them do it. Is
a formal name for this? Has anyone ever done one of these
before? The
boss only wants it to be 1-2 pages.

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