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Comprehensive Program of Training Development
A comprehensive development project to identify the training needs of a specific sector, develop and design training packages, and then control the training deliverables so that the sector can perform its tasks more effectively.
Analyze risks faced by the facility.
Study the ‘As-Is’ state and identify the existing capabilities and the required skills.
Implement workshop and interviews with executive leaders to define their future expectations to improve the sector performance.
Benchmark the To-Be operational capabilities and the skills that need to be developed against a similar international sector.
Identify the operational capabilities and the skills that need to be developed for the To-Be state.
Implementing a training strategy inside the sector with drawing the training paths, in addition to identifying the best mechanism to implement the training programs (classrooms, field training, online training, etc.)
Design and develop training packages for the key tasks of the sector.
Provide qualified trainers in addition to the rehabilitation and adoption of sector trainers.
Build training facilities and techniques (training infrastructure)
Training process management:
> Developing training management processes, policies and operational model in the sector.
> Using technical programs for:
- Trainees management
- Training packages management
- Utilizing online training
- Approval management
5. Training deliverables evaluation and control
6. Providing internal or external training for secondary tasks in the sector
Learning management system (LMS) service
A solution that addresses studying and analyzing the state of training departments in security sectors, then, installing, operating, and maintaining the learning management system on the cloud network that is managed by NIC and ELM.
educe the cost of purchasing, operating and maintaining multiple learning management systems for each security sector, and replace them with a unified centralized system.
Provide timely information on security training state for decision makers in the ministry.
Concentrating the efforts of the follow-up of trainees and training in a centralized location.
Easily upgrade the system to take advantage of the latest developments in information technology.
Liberating the sectors from technical problems and focusing on the tasks assigned to them.
Establishing a unified portal to view all training programs that are provided in security sectors.
Activating electronic learning and training to present many learning and training programs.
Developing the portal for each sector in a way that is suitable for the needs and requirements of each particular sector.
Automating the training process starting from registration to teaching and evaluation of all sectors.
Follow-up the training paths of all ministry personnel in all sectors and issue reports related to training.
View all training materials of all sectors in the form of Course Catalogue
Training and management development departments in security sectors, academies, institutes, and related training centers.
Key functional capabilities of the system:
Learning Management System
Content Management System
Service implementation phases:
Study and analyze As-Is organizational structure and business processes
As-Is practices of content development
Understand related current learning management system/information management systems
General study and analysis of related information technology projects (As-Is and To-Be)
Collect existing operational data to assess data size that need to be transferred to learning management system
Implementation and testing