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Host Training Plan

Wildly Beautiful Gardens

Name Eric Rasmussen Email [email protected]
    Steward(s) Selected Pelin Villani –  –
Training Start Date February 1, 2017 Training End Date November 1, 2017
Steward Training Hours per Week 32  
Compensation (Stipend or Wage) Yes If Yes, how much/how often? $15/hr
 
Non-Monetary Compensation and Estimated Value n/a
Name of your Workers’ Compensation Carrier State Fund
Will your Workers’ Compensation policy cover the Steward? Yes
Number of Employees at training location 2
Number of Interns/Trainees/Apprentices at training location 1
Annual Revenue $0 to $3 Million
 

[Phase 1]

Phase Name Orientation to our gardens, and clients
Start Date of Phase February 1, 2017 End Date of Phase March 1, 2017
Primary Supervisor during this phase Eric Rasmussen Supervisor Title Owner
Email [email protected] Phone Number 5109100411
 
1. Describe the Trainee/Steward’s role for this phase

Listen to and work with professional supervisors

2. Specific goals and objectives for this phase

Become comfortable and familiar with our gardens and the plants within them.

3. Primary Supervisor’s qualifications

Long experience in these fields doing and teaching all the required tasks from planting, pruning, compost/feeding, irrigation, weed management through record-keeping and client/public relations.

4. What plans are in place for the Trainee/Steward to participate in cultural activities while in the United States?

The fluent, educated steward is availing herself of varied musical and agricultural Bay Area events.

5. Specific knowledge, skills, or techniques to be learned during this phase?

Learn the relationships between the plants and other parts of the garden, and meet the clients.

6. How specifically will this knowledge, skills, or techniques be taught? Include methodology of training and chronology/syllabus.

Direct supervision and hands-on participatory training.

7. How will the Trainee/Steward’s acquisition of new skills and competencies be measured?

We discuss the needs at each site on arrival, then review our accomplishments before leaving,

8. Additional Phase Remarks (optional)
 

[Phase 2]

Phase Name Proficiency
Start Date of Phase March 1, 2017 End Date of Phase November 1, 2017
Primary Supervisor during this phase Miri Malmquist Supervisor Title Owner
Email [email protected] Phone Number (510) 866-3325
 
1. Describe the Trainee/Steward’s role for this phase

Listen to and work with professional supervisors

2. Specific goals and objectives for this phase

Learn the plants and specifics of their care. Same for clients.

3. Primary Supervisor’s qualifications

Long experience in these fields doing and teaching all the required tasks from planting, pruning, compost/feeding, irrigation, weed management through record-keeping and client/public relations.

4. What plans are in place for the Trainee/Steward to participate in cultural activities while in the United States?

The fluent, educated steward is availing herself of varied musical and agricultural Bay Area events.

5. Specific knowledge, skills, or techniques to be learned during this phase?

Recognition of satisfactory local landscape plants, and an understanding of how to train and tend them.

6. How specifically will this knowledge, skills, or techniques be taught? Include methodology of training and chronology/syllabus.

Direct supervision and hands-on participatory training, changing with the seasons, and gardens.

7. How will the Trainee/Steward’s acquisition of new skills and competencies be measured?

We discuss the needs at each site on arrival, then review our accomplishments before leaving, and periodically review progress over time.

8. Additional Phase Remarks (optional)
 

[Phase 3]

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Start Date of Phase November 1, 2017 End Date of Phase November 2, 2017
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1. Describe the Trainee/Steward’s role for this phase

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2. Specific goals and objectives for this phase

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3. Primary Supervisor’s qualifications

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4. What plans are in place for the Trainee/Steward to participate in cultural activities while in the United States?

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5. Specific knowledge, skills, or techniques to be learned during this phase?

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6. How specifically will this knowledge, skills, or techniques be taught? Include methodology of training and chronology/syllabus.

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7. How will the Trainee/Steward’s acquisition of new skills and competencies be measured?

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8. Additional Phase Remarks (optional)