Knowledgepool launches Managed Learning Service

In response to demand from organisations to be able to engage a single supplier who can provide managed learning for some or all of their human capital development, KnowledgePool is launching a comprehensive managed learning service. The KnowledgePool service will enable organisations to focus resources and energies on their core business, secure in the knowledge that their human capital development is in the care of experts. KnowledgePool’s extensive experience in the design, development and deployment of logistically complex training programmes; their expertise in business and training needs analysis and broad service offering form the bedrock of this important new service.

Other aspects include; 

  • Development of learning strategies linked to organisational needs
  • Design and development of appropriate learning solutions
  • Implementation, delivery and management of training, including the logistical management of course booking; joining instructions; venue sourcing; trainer sourcing; courseware production and course evaluation reports
  • Change management planning
  • Cultural alignment
  • Evaluation and benefits management
  • Talent Management System, (TMS) an e-HR tool to measure the skills within the client organisation, manage performance and track change in human capital development capabilities
  • Vendor assessment and supplier management, where applicable¬† The benefits to organisations implementing this managed approach include;
    reduced total cost of service delivery
  • measured and improved return on investment
  • access to innovative and best practice solutions
  • improved efficiency through consistent processes and methodologies
  • shared risk

“Business success today is dependent on the ability to link human capital development strategy to business strategy. Our role is to work with our clients to create that link.” Paul Butler, chief executive officer at KnowledgePool.

“The assignment of critical functions or services to a single external supplier is on the increase. Working in partnership with our clients we will be able to help them maximise their business potential by investing in the development of their people. This is achieved through the integration of all aspects of talent management and learning development with the business strategy and financial performance.”

Paul Butler, chief executive officer at KnowledgePool