'Conducting Effective Program Reviews ' is a 2-Day Instructor-led Training (ILT) course offered by NHI, the authoritative source in transportation training.
To accomplish FHWA's Stewardship Mission, units at every level and in every program area need the expertise to (often jointly with partners) plan, design, and carry out reviews to ensure that operational processes are consistent with established standards and expectations, performing at the most effective and efficient level, and that best practices are captured and made available to units at all levels.
Building on FHWA experience and expertise gained through Program Reviews, Process Reviews, and Continuous Process Improvement Reviews, this two-day workshop provides instruction, consultation, and hands-on assistance in the methodology and tools for conducting program reviews that get results.
The course is organized around seven main lessons, which follow the seven steps of the program review process: 1) Establish Objectives, 2) Plan the Review, 3) Collect Data, 4) Analyze Data, 5) Develop Observations and Recommendations, 6) Write the Report and Communicate Results, and 7) Monitor Implementation of Recommendations.
This course was substantially updated in November 2017 to provide a more focused step-based approach to the program review process.
This course combines instructor presentation with group discussions and group activities. Participants take a written assessment at the end of the course.
Participants will take home a participant workbook containing ample background notes, plus the "Program Review Process Primer," which recaps the main points of each review process step.
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The target audience for this Instructor-led Training course includes FHWA staff who participate in and/or lead program or process reviews. As such, the target staff will primarily come from the division offices, but may include staff from FHWA headquarters, State DOTs, or the Resource Centers (RC).
If you have questions about this NHI training, please contact NHI at firstname.lastname@example.org or 877.558.6873.