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Occupational Analysis/DACUM Training for Facilitators
May 16-18, 2000, Frankfort, KY &
November 28-30, 2000 Richmond, KY
This training for facilitators is designed to teach participants how to conduct, facilitate, manage and apply the outcomes of DACUM/occupational analysis in their agencies.


Meeting Site & Location
The May 16-18, 2000 session will be held in Frankfort, Kentucky at the Cabinet for Families and Children Training Branch located at 592 East Main Street, Frankfort, KY.

The November 28-30, 2000 session will be held at Eastern Kentucky University, Perkins Conference Center, Room B in Richmond, Kentucky.

Tentative Agenda
Day 1  8:15 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Day 2  8:15 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Day 3  8:15 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

Session Overview...

Seminar Goal: 
This training for facilitators is designed to teach participants how to conduct, facilitate, manage and apply the outcomes of DACUM/occupational analysis in their agencies.

DACUM process incorporates the use of a focus group in a facilitated storyboarding process to capture the observations of high performing incumbent workers regarding the major duties and related tasks included in an occupation.

The panel of workers builds a wall full of the duties and tasks that make up their job.  Because of the focus and flexibility, the group can develop the job profile quickly and edit and refine it in a more collaborative fashion.

How the DACUM process can benefit your agency:
•Evaluation of position descriptions
•Training designed needs assessment
•Americans with Disabilities Act Compliance
•Personnel selection
•Participating in community services
•Educational programming
 
 

After completing the training, participants will be prepared to complete a job task analysis for a specific worker group.
Seminar Facilitators...

Bruce I. Wolford
Dr. Bruce I. Wolford is Director of the Eastern Kentucky University Training Resource Center.  The Center provides training, research, and evaluation services to local, state, and federal criminal justice agencies.  He has served as a Professor of Correctional Services in the College of Law Enforcement at EKU since 1979.  Dr. Wolford received his Ph.D. from the Ohio State University in Public Administration of Justice and Adult Education.  Dr. Wolford has authored numerous publications in the areas of corrections, juvenile justice, and education. He is a frequent meeting facilitator and provides training in compression planning/storyboard facilitation and the DACUM Occupational Analysis process.

Tammy W. Cole
Tammy W. Cole currently serves as Assistant Director of the Families and Children Training Project and in that capacity coordinates training for private child care agency staff. Prior to assuming this position on July 1, 1999, Ms. Cole served for 6 years as Assistant Director of the Kentucky Educational Collaborative for State Agency Children (KECSAC) which contracts with 55 school districts in the state of Kentucky. Prior to assuming that position in 1993, Ms. Cole served as the Training Coordinator for the Family Services Training Project. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Education and a Masters Degree in Public Administration.

Need Further Information...
For a registration form you can print up and send in, click here
Please feel free to contact us with any questions.

Phone (606) 622-8122
Fax (606) 622-6399
E-mail trccole@acs.eku.edu

Training Resource Center
300 Stratton Building
Eastern Kentucky University
Richmond, KY  40475