RussellHltn wrote:There are some differences, isn't there? Or was it just last update date?Alan_Brown wrote:They should all be available on the ward computer, so I don't see any reason to make this distinction.
There have been no new lessons added since the last download was created. More than half the lessons have been updated, but that doesn't change the matrix. In my experience very few people (well under 10%) ever take the courses at the administrative computer.
RussellHltn wrote:Alan_Brown wrote:I didn't include the STS because there's not really any training related to that calling at this point (except I suppose the general Introduction to MLS, but that applies to every assistant clerk).
I think I'd assign him to read the policies for Administrative and FHC computers. (Two separate documents.)
I purposely restricted the scope of the matrix to the lessons available at lds.org under Serving in the Church. I did this for two reasons:
- The financial and membership audits only refer to these lessons, and nothing else, and my purpose was to assist wards to complete the training required by audits, and to help the auditors in assessing this completion.
- As soon as you broaden the scope to include anything else, it quickly becomes unwieldy. The matrix could include reading Handbook pages, materials on clerk.lds.org, other places on lds.org, documents specific to the ward or stake, the LDSClerks wiki, etc., etc., etc.