Currently, technical industries, such as aerospace, energy, and manufacturing, are inconsistent in maintaining accurate training data. It is a continuous battle for training departments to keep information up to date resulting in:
- loss of revenue due to non-compliance of industry regulations
- citations and financial penalties from audit
- increased administrative time to provide accurate reports
- damage to company reputation
In addition, few companies define and map the competencies and skills that make a high-performing employee. By not clearly defining what is required for an employee to perform their job proficiently and to expectations, results in accidents, injuries, and damage to equipment.
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Most people would agree that the money saved on potential fines and penalties is well worth the investment… but they still don’t invest. Organisations are willing to gamble their reputation and financial future by risking contract termination(s) due to non-performance. We have found organisations tend to be reactive – only putting a system in place AFTER non-compliance has cost them money.
Training compliance should not be thought of as just a necessary evil that you check the box on. It should be part of a company’s comprehensive business strategy that includes a Qualification Management System.
This session will discuss how developing a role based qualification model that ensures employees are qualified to perform their job increases customer satisfaction resulting in the retention of customers.
We will provide best practices in:
- Role based qualification design
- Integration of training records into other systems to support customer contracts
- Analysing training components to meet contractual obligations
Key Learning Objectives
- Difference between a Learning Management System and Qualification Management System
- How a Qualification Management System supports multiple business operations
- Consequences of Training Non-Compliance
- Strategies for C-Suite Commitment to Qualification Management
- VPs of Training and Compliance
- Directors of Health and Safety
- Enterprise Risk Managers
- CEOs and COOs of Aviation & Aerospace organisations