Scheduling and managing training tasks


This workshop provides instruction on how to schedule training, modify training task requirements, link improvements and close a training task

Training level: Advanced

Participants: All LOGIQC Users who have “approval officer” status or higher permission level in the system

Duration: 60 minutes

Number of participants 6 – 8 participants


Related on-boarding requirement:

Pre-requisite training for this workshop:

Additional Information for Trainers

  • When scheduling this training session, participants should be advised of any pre-requisite training required prior to attending this learning session.
  • Trainer must verbally present the background and set the scene around the expected learning outcomes for this session.
  • Trainer to prepare for demonstrating key tasks to participants.


The Training Register ensures that staff maintain the required competencies to perform their role. It allows the organisation to schedule staff training, to upload and store related certificates and manage audit recommendations and suggestions for improvement.

Expected Learning outcomes

Upon completion participants will gain the following knowledge and skills:

  • Understanding of purpose and scope of the Training Register
  • How to schedule a training task for a staff member or an external contact
  • How to use the group functionality when scheduling training tasks
  • How to draft the instruction for a training task
  • How to use the scheduler
  • How to change the instructions of a training task once it has been setup
  • How to change the date of a training task in progress (occurrence) or change the date of future training tasks (series)
  • How to sort, filter and search the Training Register


How to schedule a training requirement

How to action a training requirement

How to approve and close a training requirement

How to schedule training for multiple people

Learning Resources

These are available via the LOGIQC Client Portal

  • LOGIQC Build Workbook – for relevant standard or health service type
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