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  1. New Agents Training Knoxville September 1, 2006

  2. Agenda • First Half of Day – Mitch, Linda, David & Connie • Leadership Styles • Needs Assessment • Individual Annual Plans • SUPER System • Professionalism • Questions • Second Half of Day • 4-H - Overview

  3. What is Needs Assessment? • First things first • What is an Extension program?

  4. What is a program? • An Extension program is a planned educational response to an identified need. • Should include different types of educational delivery methods and involves a mix of activities and/or projects. • Should be Incremental (not a one shot deal)

  5. What is a Needs Assessment? • Identifying what people need where they live, work or play. • Using the information gained to make plans to meet those needs. • “Where they live, work or play” = communities or specific audiences

  6. Needs AssessmentIdentify Issues • Newspaper/media: things you have read • Data indicators: statistics about our county population • Conversations: you have had recently • Observation: things you have seen • Advisory Council: this group’s input

  7. Determine Needs Questions to Ask • What problems can be solved through education? • Is this a need or a wish? • Who has this need? • With whom would instruction be the most effective?

  8. Our Purpose • To assess needs of the people of an ER County • To answer the question: What needs can be met through education? • To provide direction for Extension programs conducted in the county

  9. SUPER • Needs Assessment Module

  10. State Action Agendas

  11. State Action Agendas – 4-H • Citizenship/Youth Voice/Youth Governance • Natural Resources and the Environment • Volunteer Development • Workforce Preparation • Youth Leadership Development/Youth-Adult Partnerships

  12. State Action Agendas – FCS • Tennessee Shapes Up • Children's Environmental Health • Tennessee Saves • Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness • Tennessee Choices for Better Health Care • Safe Food for Tennessee • Windows of Opportunity: Bright Beginnings for Young Children • The Changing Workplace • Spotlighting Teen Issues • Turning Points for Families

  13. State Action Agendas – Ag. • NEW SAA’s For 2007

  14. Individual Annual Plan

  15. Individual Annual Plan • Agents will Submit One Annual Plan • Plan will Include two Individual Action Agendas • Select SAA • Each IAA will be rated • Plan will have overall Rating • E (exceeds expectations) • A (achieves expectations) • U (unsatisfactory)

  16. Individual Action Agendas • Components of an Individual Action Agenda • Issues (county issue and stakeholder input) • Plans for coming year • Timeline (monthly or quarterly) • Under represented audiences • Partners and resources • Outcomes • Planned Evaluation Methods • Rating

  17. Public View Database

  18. Rating

  19. IAA Process Agent – County Director – RPL RPL rates, comments and returns The Agent may make changes and resubmit

  20. Individual Annual Plan Due November 1, 2006 Both IAA’s must be completed prior to submission

  21. Finalize an IAP • 14 days after first return by RPL • May exchange any number of times; but locks at 14 days • All IAP are finalized on the state date

  22. Questions ?????