A robust Competency Management (CM) system that is fully aligned to business objectives will help provide appropriately skilled and qualified personnel. This improves resource planning and operational effectiveness, and demonstrates compliance with regulatory or industry requirements.
Risktec helps clients to look beyond satisfying minimum requirements by focusing on competence as a strategic tool. We analyse an organisation and design, develop and implement suitable CM systems, allowing alignment between operational and competency needs.
Our services include:
- Analysis of current arrangements against best practice competency standards
- Capture of competency requirements – organisational, team and personal
- Role and task analysis
- Competency assessment and training needs analysis
- Competency management system development
- HR system integration, personnel planning and optimisation
- Developing and verifying competence assurance systems
- Training courses
Where appropriate, we use the SkillsXP software tool to efficiently implement the CM solution.
“Risktec has been at the leading edge of developing practical tools to support the growing demand for CM frameworks, tailored to suit the individual business need.”
- Accredited training in risk and safety management
- Blended Learning: the best of both worlds
- Building competence through resourcing
- By degrees – Making a graduate programme work for you
- Competency: Bridging the HSE risk management competence gap
- Competency: Bridging the HSE risk management competence gap in the drilling industry
- Competency: Guidelines for successful competency and training management
- Competency: Process safety not guaranteed
- Degree apprenticeship in risk and safety management
- e-Learning – the future of cost-effective training and education?
- From engineering safety to competency
- Game based learning: Reinforcing process safety
- Game-Based Learning – a non-trivial pursuit?
- Masterclass: IChemE approves Risktec’s process safety MSc
- Mind the gap – bridging the competence gap
- Nuclear training for the new world
- Risk management by competency
- Safety management: Meeting the challenges of a safety-driven organisation
- Secrets of successful competency management
- The right stuff – Competency in process safety engineering
- To say and do – How do different learning methods measure up
- Understanding change in changing times
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