Also identify the persons and organizations that will conduct the training

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Also identify the person(s) and organization(s) that will conduct the training. Identify any other groups who may serve as consultants, such as members of the development team, experienced users, etc. 4.5 Training Development Schedule Instructions: Provide a schedule of training activities to be accomplished in accordance with this Training Plan, which may or may not include actual course information. Show the required tasks in chronological order, with beginning and ending dates of each task, the key person(s) responsible for the task, dependencies, and milestones. If appropriate, tables and/or graphics may be used to present the schedule. Ensure that this information is appropriately integrated into the overall project schedule. The schedule should be as comprehensive as possible; however, the schedule may be revised as needed at later points in the lifecycle. Table 2: Training Schedule Tas k # Task Descriptio n Begin Date End Date Key Person(s) Responsible Dependencie s Milestones 5. Training Administration 5.1 Training Evaluation Instructions: Describe how training evaluation will be performed. Describe how feedback will be elicited from personnel to ensure that training objectives were met (e.g., evaluation tools, forms, etc.). Also describe how the feedback will be analyzed and what will be done with the results, as well as how changes to the training and training materials will be made as a result of the evaluation process. Training Plan Version X.X 3 <Project Name / Acronym>
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CMS XLC Training Administration 5.2 Monitoring & Reporting Instructions: Describe how training registration and training completion will be monitored and tracked.. Training Plan Version X.X 4 <Project Name / Acronym>
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CMS XLC Additional Appendices Training Plan Version X.X 5 <Project Name / Acronym>
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CMS XLC Additional Appendices Appendix A: Record of Changes Instructions: Provide information on how the development and distribution of the Training Plan will be controlled and tracked. Use the table below to provide the version number, the date of the version, the author/owner of the version, and a brief description of the reason for creating the revised version. Table 3: Record of Changes Version Numbe r Date Author/Owner Description of Change Training Plan Version X.X 6 <Project Name / Acronym>
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CMS XLC Additional Appendices Appendix B: Acronyms Instructions: Provide a list of acronyms and associated literal translations used within the document. List the acronyms in alphabetical order using a tabular format as depicted below. Table 4: Acronyms Acronym Literal Translation CMS Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services COTS Commercial Off-The-Shelf GOTS Government Off-The-Shelf Training Plan Version X.X 7 <Project Name / Acronym>
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CMS XLC Additional Appendices Appendix C: Glossary Instructions: Provide clear and concise definitions for terms used in this document that may be unfamiliar to readers of the document. Terms are to be listed in alphabetical order.
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