Hello asamples and ALL!!!
I have attached an OJT form I have used in a couple different environments. Mine is a little different than others. It is an exact reflection of the "Job Description" for that employee. In this way, every responsibility identified for that position is on the OJT form. The mechanism being that at a predetermined interval (30 days 90 days) the employee is presented with the OJT form and asked to sign off that they have received sufficient OJT training for their position, at which point they are identified as having received sufficient training by signing off on the OJT form and the supervisor signing off that their observation supports the receipt of sufficient training as well.
Any way, it may not be exactly what you are looking for but I have used it multiple times in audits in conjunction with that employees new hire training and identified refresher training to present an overall training program.