A competency framework' is a structure that sets out and defines each individual competency (such as problem-solving or people management) required by individuals working in an organisation or part of that organisation
Organisations with the ability to maximise potential and talent will deliver higher profitability and greater investment.
This course delivers in-depth content covering the design, implementation, and application of Competency Frameworks to identify, train, develop, and improve the return on investment achieved through human resource. With Human Capital being one of the most expensive budget items, organizations with the ability to maximize potential and talent will deliver higher profitability and greater investment.
Participants will be able to transfer the lessons learnt immediately upon return to work by designing and implementing a competency-based framework that delivers.
By the end of the Designing & Implementing Competency Frameworks Course, delegates will have:
An awareness of competency frameworks
Reviewed how they differ from other methods
Reviewed the uses of competency frameworks in the HR context
knowledge of Utilising the framework for recruitment, assessment identification and development purposes
knowledge to explain competencies to their managers and supervisors
Described the process through which competencies are identified
Identified the benefits of a competency framework
Developed an action plan for implementation in the workplace
This Designing & Implementing Competency Frameworks Course ideal for :
Any person actively involved or considering developing a structured approach to managing the return on investment of the human capital via clear identification of criteria, objective measures, assessment and reporting.
Managers, superintendents, supervisors, and officers in the functions of Human Resources and/or training and development.
Line managers whose organization is currently, or about to start, using competencies as a framework for recruiting, selecting and training employees.