ERIC Number: ED374227
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1993-Jul
Strategy Plan for Training Personnel in BLM's Wildlife, Fisheries, and Special Status Plants Program. Fish and Wildlife 2000. National Strategy Plan Series.
McCluskey, Cal; And Others
This strategy plan for training personnel addresses the goals, objectives, and recommended strategies for managing human resources development within the Wildlife, Fisheries, and Special Status Plants Program. It provides a justification for developing human resource programs to maintain a motivated, energetic workforce; goals and objectives of the plan and background on training are presented. It describes five categories of training: orientation, entry level, advanced professional, career/professional development, and mandated. Two types of training delivery methods are detailed: formal and informal. A two-part employee development model is presented. The final section contains recommended strategies that have been developed to meet the current and future training needs of wildlife/fisheries professionals. A brief background statement precedes each strategy recommendation. The recommended strategies are divided into these categories: training delivery, training evaluation, current and future training needs, competency models, and coordination. Appendixes include the following: Bureau of Land Management's Career Development Program Framework; employee development model; training and other developmental materials; plan implementation strategies/actions with action to implement, comments, and lead office indicated; and estimates of plan implementation costs. (YLB)
Publication Type: Opinion Papers
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Bureau of Land Management (Dept. of Interior), Washington, DC.