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PostPosted: Wed Jun 15, 2005 3:59 am    Post subject: Training Management Reply with quote

Our company is working to build up Training Mangement. The scope is to administrate contracts with IT Training Supplier(s) and Inhouse training capacities.

This is to:
·Provide a platform and knowledge to help identify and minimise possible problems and incorrect implementation approaches.
·Help highlight skill and competence in the Organization.
·Provide a pool of resources.
·Can lead to a more productive and responsive workforce.
·Keeping up-to-date with business, Customer and industry trends and best practices. These will then increaase Customer satisfaction.

Does anyone have any experience in this? Is there any URLs that I should visit? Any Software that can ease the work to administer this?
My other solution is to outsource this.

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