matter how great your Standards and Procedures may be, they
represent an opportunity lost if they are not effectively communicated,
implemented, monitored and measured.
Scope gives you the opportunity to manage your Standards and
Procedures, and your staff training and certification in real
- Standards and Procedures.
and Procedures (SNPs) are created for every
important task. some will even be created at the corporate level,
be established at the branch level. These are maintained
in the central SNP repository, where they can be recalled at
- Position Training Profiles.
Position Training Profile (PTP) is developed
at the branch level for every position and this is entered into
the system. SNPs are simply recalled from the central SNP repository
and added to the PTP with one click. This fast tracks the generation
of PTPs when creating new PTP's or perhaps preparing for the
opening of new operations where the same or similar positions
will be required.
- Rating Staff Performance.
The PTP contains a reference line for each and every SNP that
the staff member needs to know. So the staff member and their
mentors can quickly see exactly what they are required to be
able to do. Their mentor can rate the staff members performance
to the required SNPs, and easily update their PTP with the status
of their training effort.
Training Scope tracks and records the required training and certification,
and monitors that staff member's training progress.
The central data repository enables a range of reports that identify
the status of training not only in the business as a whole, but
also at each department within the business and within defined
- Multilayered System.
Training Scope is multilayered. The system cand be configured
to allow for up to 8 levels within any organisation including
Head Office, Regional Office, Property, Department etc...
Training Scope is delivered via the internet and can be ported
into a company intranet, web portal, or can simply be accessed
directly via SNPNet. All participants are issued with a username
and password which is assigned their authorised access rights,
so participants can only access the content and level that
they have authority to access.
The central repository resides in a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)
and can only be accessed with an appropriate username and password.
The security is bank strength.