KEY RESULT AREA’s: Strategies, Measures and Success Factors

The given generalized perspective of key result areas can be modified as per any industry’s needs. In order that the key result areas be effective, the organization as a whole needs to value the following factors -

1. Well defined career path for all.

2. A uniform vocational, educational and structured training.

3. Give importance to enhancement of skills and competencies.

4. High quality training services.

5. A tie-up between industry, educational institution and government.

6. Honing innovative skills with an entrepreneurial approach.

The above values certainly have an impact on a dynamic industry like manufacturing, services and FMCG. Hence key result areas need to be defined to integrate the above values into the manufacturing industry. They can be considered as the goal of the industry.

Key result areas are:

1. Current and future industrial skills required need to be identified for future planning.

2. To meet the identified skills, necessary vocation and training is to be specified and imparted.

3. The skills recognition and training imparted must be coherent with the industrial needs.

4. Industry must recognize and put into effect the benefits of the training.

5. A life long learning culture must be promoted in the industry.

Key Result Areas are influenced by the following:

Strengths:

1. A continuous learning culture shows its positive results in the career progression of worker and productivity of industry on a long-term basis.

2. A uniform vocational training policy for industries.

3. An industry oriented practical training policy.

Weaknesses:

1. A stifling approach to training policies by some enterprises.

2. Inconsistency in framing vocational training policies.

3. Loss of innovative approach leading to dwindling progress of individual and organization as a whole.

Opportunities:

1. Greater development of work force through industry specific training.

2. Strengthen links between industry and training providers.

3. Enriching quality of learning through national training framework.

4. Putting into effect strategies from industry skills for future plans.

Challenges:

1. To actively involve all the enterprises to support providers of vocational training.

2. To provide enough training facilities through active involvement to match industrial needs.

3. To promote industries as a place for continuous evolution of work culture.

Continuous progress is the ultimate aim of any industry. This need is readily observed particularly in the manufacturing sector, which calls for ceaseless innovation. This progress is possible only through incessant training practices to constantly improve the workers’ abilities. The following information addresses the key result areas including

• Strategies to be followed

• Performance measures

• Critical Success Factors

On which attention needs to be centered on by the industries.



Key result area 1

Current and future industrial skills required, need to be identified for future planning.

Strategies

Gather and collate information from:

1. Enterprises.

2. Industry training bodies.

3. Industrial organizations.

4. Governments.

5. Relevant reports and research.

Giving stakeholders’ needs the due importance and give relevant information regularly.

Implement the results of findings on training and vocational decision makers.

Recognizing suitable ‘skill sets’ which enable authentic data collection on skills and their subsequent analysis.

Performance measures

1. Information collected, integrated and analyzed regularly.

2. Preparation of annual planning information.

3. Availability of supplementary information as required.

Critical success factors

1. Sufficient resource capacity for the required work.

2. Availability of relevant information.

3. Systems capability.

4. Currency and accuracy of information.

5. Co-operation of other relevant parties.

Key result area 2

To meet the identified skills, necessary vocation and training is to be specified and imparted.

Strategies

Continue to develop the scope and quality of training programs in terms of industry coverage and qualification levels.

Assist training organizations to implement training programs by:

1. Providing guidelines and case study information on good delivery and assessment practice.

2. Providing illustrative competency profiles and learning pathways.

3. Promoting further development of model learning and assessment strategies.

4. Encouraging suitable forums for discussion on training program implementation and quality

issues.

5. Providing readily useable training program information.

Enhance the existing continuous improvement process for training programs through greater

stakeholder involvement by:

1. Actively soliciting regular feedback on training programs and components.

2. Enlisting greater support of industry organizations.

3. Refining the administrative processes including validation and endorsement.

4. Providing regular updates on changes and developments.

Performance measures

1. Industry oriented training programs need to be comprehensive and cover all identified sectors, technical areas and required qualification levels.

2. Training program continuous improvement processes are enhanced to be timelier, efficient

and effective, and are valued by stakeholders.

Critical success factors

1. Resource capability to undertake the required work.

2. Willingness and availability of industry and other personnel to assist with development work.

3. Acceptance and adoption of training framework by training organization staff.

4. Acceptance and adoption of the new learning approach by training organization staff.

5. Systems capability.

6. Co-operation of other relevant stakeholders.

Key result area 3

The skills recognition and training imparted must be coherent with the industrial needs.

Strategies

Encourage training bodies to provide an adequate range of vocational education and training services to industries and enterprises, including:

1. Working with the clients to achieve the best outcomes.

2. Providing realistic and cost effective recognition services.

3. Negotiating flexible delivery and assessment arrangements.

Performance measures

1. Availability of training qualifications to industry clients with full inherent flexibility.

2. Industry satisfaction with availability of suitable vocational education and training.

3. Realistic recognition of prior learning services available.

4. Flexible delivery and assessment arrangements are available to industry clients.

5. Increase in working partnerships between industries.

Critical success factors

1. Resource capability to undertake the required work.

2. Acceptance and adoption training framework by training organization staff.

3. Understanding and knowledge of industry training by organization staff.

4. Willingness of training organization staff to apply client focused approaches.

Key result area 4

Industry must recognize and put into effect the benefits of the training.

Strategies

1. Provide information and advice to enterprises, to enable them to make commercially sound and equitable decisions, regarding enterprise vocational education and training requirements.

2. Provide a range of targeted information to enterprises through a range of distribution methods

and organizations that

• Is well structured but simple.

• Is readily available in different formats and media.

• Promotes the benefits of vocational education and training including meeting compliance and licensing requirements.

3. Ensure that training addresses the vocational education and training needs of Industries.

Performance measures

1. A range of relevant and appropriate information is available to enterprises through a variety of media and provided directly where possible.

2. Industry oriented training programs need to be comprehensive and cover all identified sectors, technical areas and required qualification levels.

Critical success factors

1. Resource capability to undertake the required work.

2. Inclusion of industry-relevant content and qualification structures in training.

3. Industry understanding and knowledge of industry relevant training matters.

4. Continued and enhanced support and promotion of vocational education and training by industry organizations and government agencies.

Key result area 5

A life long learning culture must be promoted in the industry.

Strategies

Promote industries as providers of attractive job opportunities and career paths through:

1. Promotion of industry career information, websites and other mechanisms.

2. Ensuring that career services adequately addresses the industries.

3. Revising and promoting relevant careers publications.

4. Provide targeted careers information to employers.

5. Provide targeted careers information to existing employees.

6. Identifying vocational education and training opportunities for existing workers.

7. Working with industry organizations and government agencies on industry action plans and

agendas.

8. Working with industry organizations and government agencies on a concerted approach and

strategy to promote industry careers.

9. Investigating innovative ways of promoting industry careers.

Ensure that training addresses the vocational education and training needs of industries and provide viable career paths through vocational education and training.

Performance measures

1. Industry career information and websites and other mechanisms valued as providing relevant and appropriate industry careers information.

2. Careers information systems and services adequately addressing the industries.

3. Careers information publications revised and published.

4. Continued and active involvement with industry action plans and agendas.

Critical success factors

1. Resource capability to undertake the required work.

2. Sufficient access to career information and products by learners, career aspirants and advisers.

3. Industry understanding of requirements regarding careers promotion.

4. Continued and enhanced support and promotion of vocational education and training by industry organizations and government agencies.

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