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Copy of BIPA e-learning Strategy

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Noor Radhi

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Transcript of Copy of BIPA e-learning Strategy

eTraining Strategy in BIPA
Presented by:
Mohammed Al Sabba
Table of Contents

Introduction about the Institute of Public Administration
Main elements of

eTraining strategy.
BIPA case study
Resources contributing to the success of the project.
Challenges confronted the project.
Lessons learnt.
Introduction about BIPA

2030 Vision

BIPA’s role and achievements

Elements of E-training Strategy
Identifying the Problem/ Initiative
Describing the problem/initiative
Identifying what needed to be addressed/qualitative added value
Describing the current/future situation without solving the problem
Problem/initiative relation with organizational role
Limited capacity.

Limited training budget.

Training related to job duties.

Bureaucracy in the registration procedures.

Time and place factors.

Training is not inline with training needs.
BIPA’s Problem addressed (case):
the Vision
General description of the future vision
Preparatory Steps
Identifying the needs on the level of Sector
Identifying the needs on the level of Organization
Language preference to government employees
Identifying Requirements
Devices, Programs and systems for e-training environment

Choosing LMS system
Identifying suitable Resources:
Specially Human Resource
Knowing scope of readiness
A survey on the extent of readiness of government ministries & institutions
Awareness and acceptance
Related Projects
Identify the feasibility of the initiative
Estimated costs

Expected revenues

Qualitative added value
Development of the Strategy
Capacity building and change management.

Technical and methodological standards

Marketing and awareness

Monitoring and scrutinizing

Risk Analysis
Identifying driving factors
Identifying procedures
Developing technical and pedagogical standards

Defining Policies and roles

Determine processes and maps

Formation of teams and the distribution of roles
Piloting Phase
Full Roll-out
Repeat pilot
Marketing and Promotion
Capacity building (Teams)
Competition and innovation
Comparison of eTraining and face to face in term of overall satisfaction and ability to apply what they learned in their work place.
Case Study
Resources contributed to the success of the project
Utilization of consultants and technicians
Cooperation with the local authorities and the capacity building in various ministries
Providing servers devices and an advanced moodle system in accordance with high technical specifications and standards
Qualified Bahraini eTraining team
Financial revenue for specialized services to customers both inside and outside of Bahrain (advisory service to Muscat as an example)
Challenges Confronted the project
Availability of PCs and the Internet for all employees
Technical problems related to limited government network (bandwidth) and restrictions on certain programs and systems
Lack of specialized human resources in the field of the development of eTraining
Lessons Learnt
Follow the strategy of stages application
Mechanism to provide training content
Distribution of work and decentralization
Appropriateness of content for the local environment.
Thank you For your attention




Identifying the needs on the level of Sector
Identifying the needs on the level of Organization
Identifying the needs on the level of individuals
Planning for Implementation mechanism
Identifying target group
Providing technical requirements for pilot
Determine evaluation criteria of the pilot
Marketing and promotion mechanisms
Support, assistance and guidance
Risks and ways to overcome them
Analysis and evaluation of the pilot
Recommendations and procedures for development

Expansion of the service scope
Poor awareness and promotion
The absence of eTraining in training schemes in government organizations.
Diversity in the means of putting forth the educational tools
Process of monitoring and analysis for all phases of e-training during experimentation
General description of
the current vision
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