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EARNED PATH TRAINING PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

 

 

Objective

Earned Path combines the need for trained workers in growing “green” industry occupations with the career desires of people in the United States of America and elsewhere who are seeking to aide conditions involving Global Earth Changes.

 

Qualifying Criteria

Qualifying criteria for Earned Path careers are defined by special interests, employers, groups and associations in concert with emerging funding through local, state, federal and international economic development programs.

 

Program

Earned Path Training Program establishes individualized instructional programs designed to increase technical efficiency and energy independence for stakeholders using program management controls that measure scheduling and project development efforts. Earned Path training programs schedule teams focused on splitting apart priorities for people within a given development network.

Scheduled activities are framed around cost centers using performance indicators and other measurable instruments. Logic-based path analysis associates budgeted deliverables using Critical Path Method (CPM) to minimize overlap and optimize work packages.

Parent tasks associated with work packages define a training program. Program Evaluation and Review Technique (PERT) helps document milestones according to the percentage of completed work. PERT charting shows the logical relationship of activities including subtasks.

A Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) with work shift variables provides data needed for planning and diagramming.

 

Conclusion

Balancing human resources against training objectives in today’s distributed and often turbulent work environments requires a new approach. Earned Path envisions a healthful transparent media with audit capabilities and rapid remediation of program deficiencies created to establish decent water, food, shelter, work and love for all. This will help establish respect, truth, and Universal trust systems for tomorrow’s learning environments.

 

 


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