Council of Australian University Librarians (CAUL)

TRAINING

A discussion paper prepared for CAUL/JISC by
Anne Wilson
Quality Coordinator, Information Services Division, Northern Territory University

Updated 22 July, 1997 (This paper is a draft and is subject to revision based on comments received)

VISION

To perpetuate the organisation's effectiveness through appropriate planning and execution of training strategies. Senior management undertake responsibility for their own and the organisation's training needs in line with the parent organisation's strategic directions. Relevant resources and individual expertise are identified and communicated to the wider community. Where appropriate, resources and expertise are shared within the community through a range of interfaces. Current training programmes and training providers are subject to regular and ongoing evaluation. Future training needs are identified and addressed through the development of local, national and international strategies.

ACTIONS

1. CLIENT AWARENESS / INPUT

Clients undertake responsibility for their own training needs and contribute to the identification and evaluation of current and future training programs.

Issues for Collaboration

Seek information from clients on:

2. ORGANISATIONAL INPUT

Organisations develop and implement staff development and training policies and support staff members training needs in alignment with the organisation's strategic directions.

Issues for Collaboration

Seek information on:

3. PROGRAMS / STRATEGIES

Current and future programs meet clients' expressed needs.

Issues for Collaboration

Investigate training needs through a range of strategies including:

4. COORDINATION

Current and future training needs are coordinated at local, national and international levels

Issues for Collaboration

networking, mentoring, resource sharing eg training packages

Submitted for comment

Anne Wilson
Quality Coordinator, Information Services Division, Northern Territory University
March 1997

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