• Supervise activities and functions of learning administrators and coordinators;
• Develop training analysis and annual development plan;
• Identify personnel and supervisors who are in need of additional training;
• Develop in-house training courses and faculty development;
• Develop curricula for different levels of employees within the organization;
• Develop training aids such as manuals and handbooks;
• Work with Head L&D on implementation of IDP (Individual development plan) for talents;
• Liaise with external training institutions/ITF relations;
• Ensure vendors selection, evaluation processes and exercises are conducted;
• Facilitate staff training sessions and ensure post-training evaluations are conducted
• Liaise with subject matter experts regarding instructional design;
• Plan, implement and monitor all e-learning programmes;
• Recommend and implement strategy for creating e-learning awareness;
• Conduct the measurement and dissemination of quarterly and annual Return On Training Investment (ROTI);
• Collate and analyze HR training metrics;
• Act to ensure strict adherence to QHSE policies and procedures and comply with safe work methods as required;
• Perform any other duty that may be assigned by the Head, L&D/supervisor/line manager.
Key Attributes and Skills:
• Minimum of 5 years' work experience in similar role;
• Should have relevant HR certifications such as NITAD/CIPD/SHRM;
• Working knowledge of facilities machines and equipment;
• Advanced skills using Excel and Microsoft Word;
• Ability to handle sensitive and confidential matters in a professional manner;
• Should be able to work well with all levels of staff and public while managing multiple priority assignments.
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