New Training Requirements for FY 17-18

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All employees will be assigned the agency’s annual mandatory training courses on July 5, 2017 and will have until June 30, 2018 to complete all of the assignments. Below is a summary of updates to the agency’s mandatory training requirements for FY 17-18. Click Here to review the updated FDOT Mandatory Training Matrix in its entirety.

Annual Training Requirement Update: Defensive Driving Refresher

This 30 minute computer-based training course is required annually for employees who are required to drive a FDOT vehicle as indicated on their position description

Tri-Annual Training Requirement Update: Equal Employment Opportunity Training
and Defensive Driving (4 Hour Course)

All employees will be placed on the same tri-annual training cycle for the above listed courses on July 5, 2017. Regardless of the last completion date, ALL employees will be enrolled and required to complete these two course by June 30, 2018 and every 3 years thereafter.

Agency’s S.M.A.R.T. Goal Update

The agency’s Training and Professional Development performance expectation, provided below, has been updated to further support the agency’s mission and employee development efforts. All FTEs will be assigned this expectation when their FY 17-18 performance expectations are opened. The “additional professional development opportunities” referenced within the expectation are those that were approved through employees’ Individual Training Plan, submitted earlier this calendar year, and employees should be evaluated based on attendance and availability at the end of the performance evaluation cycle.

Performance Evaluation Year Expectation (FY 17-18)
Agency S.M.A.R.T Goal

2.3 Training and Professional Development

Training and professional development promotes a culture of learning and impacts the performance of our employees and agency. The agency is committed to employee development to ensure we recruit, retain, and motivate employees to perform their jobs to the best of their abilities, our business operations and practices are carried out most efficiently, and federal, state, and agency training requirements are fulfilled in a timely manner. Training is defined as the knowledge or skill-related learning that is necessary to perform the duties and responsibilities of an employee’s job. Professional development is defined as the continuous process of acquiring new knowledge and skills that relate to one’s profession, job responsibilities or work environment.

Rating Example of Behavior Indicators

5: The employee completed all mandatory training defined by federal, state and agency requirements and assigned through the agency’s Learning Management System and 100% of the professional development opportunities recommended and approved by the supervisor during the evaluated fiscal year.

4: The employee completed all mandatory training defined by federal, state and agency requirements and assigned through the agency’s Learning Management System and 50% of professional development opportunities recommended and approved by the supervisor during the evaluated fiscal year.

3: The employee completed all mandatory training defined by federal, state and agency requirements and assigned through the agency’s Learning Management System.

2: The employee completed more than 50%, but not all, of mandatory training defined by federal, state and agency requirements and assigned through the agency’s Learning Management System.

1: The employee completed less than half of the mandatory training defined by federal, state and agency requirements and assigned through the agency’s Learning Management System.

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