Some training programmes run as an intensive two-to-three day block, without much in the way of follow-up support. The end result is the trainee is left stranded, not being able to troubleshoot their way out of the problems that arise in the weeks to follow.
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To ensure trainees are not left out in the cold, this training programme is designed to support the trainee over a period of ten weeks.
Chris meets with the trainee once each week to introduce structured writing concepts and principles, review the previous week's progress, and to set tasks for the following week. Chris is available through the week to answer questions and to show the trainee how to solve the problems they will come across when trying to organise and write up the information they have gathered.
Progress is reviewed each week prior to meeting up with the trainee.
By the end of the ten weeks, the trainee typically completes a procedure manual. Some attendees will have another manual underway.
Examples of procedure manuals and their audiences include: