Skill Development in ICT

Skill Development

Our CIPD-accr200177044-001edited consultants’ experience of skill development, the human elements of business transformation and system delivery, cover  five main areas within the ICT arena, using technology to bring about business improvement.


economics    Learning Needs Analysis

Fundamental to Skill Development learning needs analysis (LNA) involves identifying learning and development needs is based on a formal or informal assessment of current levels of skills, attitudes and knowledge and on any current or anticipated gaps. This informs decisions about what learning and skills development is needed at individual, team or business level, interpreting and prioritising provision within the wider organisational strategy. A formal learning needs analysis project, sometimes known as Training Needs Analysis (TNA) or training and learning needs analysis (TLNA), can be seen as a health check on the skills, talent and capabilities of the organisation, or part of the organisation.  Our consultants are skilled in the systematic gathering of data about employees’ capabilities and organisational demands for skills, alongside an analysis of the implications of new and changed roles for changes in capability

economics    Training and Subject Formation

Specifying, designing, developing, delivering and assessing curricula for information technology (including electronic communication) through all age ranges in the workplace. We specialise in both the fundamental and more advanced areas of Skill Development, computing and the common skills needed to make productive use of computers and IT systems for both computing and IT professionals and competent users of IT based systems, including the ideas of computational thinking and the application of computational concepts to everyday and professional life.

economics    Performance Management

Performance, of both individuals and organisations, can be optimised by the use of directed teaching and training, optimising the performance of staff and management, including determination of capabilities, integration into teams, allocation of tasks, direction, support, guidance, motivation, and management of performance all part of Skill Development.

economics    Resourcing

Skill Development plays a major role in the overall resource management of the workforce to enable effective operation of the organisation. Provision of advice on any aspect of acquiring resources, including employees, consultants and contractors, induction, en-skilling and re-skilling are covered by our skills portfolio.

economics    Professional Development

Professional Development is a specialised area of Skill Development, empowering people to do their current job better and facilitating their preparation for their next job. This involves:

  • initiation, monitoring, review and validation of learning and development plans in line with organisational or business requirements
  • counselling participants in all relevant aspects of their continual professional development
  • identification of appropriate learning/development resources
  • liaison with internal and external training providers
  • evaluation of the benefits of continual professional development activities.


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