The way a typical PTW training licensing arrangement works is as follows. A CAI/SISCo PTW practitioner/trainer visits with the customer's internal team that is focused on improving and standardizing internal capture processes to:
- understand what the purview of the planned capture process improvements and describes and discusses how CAI/SISCo's PTW process fits into the objective capture process;
- present a 1-day instance of our standard PTW training session that will allow the customer's team to judge what they would like to see changed, emphasized, or elaborated on; and
- allow CAI/SISCo's PTW practitioner/trainer to estimate the extent to which CAI/SISCo's training and its class problems will need to be customized and/or adapted to plug into the customer's planned capture process and training curriculum.
Any required modifications and customization is performed by CAI/SISCo and is delivered to the customer as a final draft. Customer comments and/or change requests related to the final draft are implemented and a final copy is delivered to the customer and is presented on-site to the customer's team. The customer team at this point may include their "train the trainer" team of training specialists who will be charged with evangelizing the capture process changes and PTW processes to all divisions and locales that will be implementing the revised process.