The evolving workforce structure and technological change demands stronger and more continuous connections between training and productivity / employment. On that account, HRDF is committed to navigate this imminent change by rapidly redefining this competitive landscape and adapting to the volatility of marketplace dynamics. Consequently, this shift requires a transformation of traditional training market into ‘Contestable Training Market’ that supports the on-going learning innovation.
There are three (3) main focus areas to achieve the desired Contestable Training Market:
Hence, the Research and Development (R&D) Department of HRDF has embarked on HRDF’s Training Effectiveness Evaluation and developed an Evaluation Framework to enforce and expand the Output and Outcome-based assessment for all HRDF’s schemes and initiatives. This significant shift will create a learning function that focuses predominantly on understanding the business needs and providing access to learning at the point of need.