The 50th chapter further documents the Divisions objective of enhancing public service excellence and professionalism in working towards programme accreditation with the Barbados Accreditation Council. Our courses will soon be accredited and linked to the National Qualifications Framework, so that public officers successfully completing our courses will be able to obtain either a National Vocational Qualification or a Caribbean Vocational Qualification. The process of seeking programme accreditation has also provided TAD with the timely opportunity to review internal processes and to pay greater attention to developing and maintaining quality standards in all aspects of the Divisions functions. To this end, the development of a Quality Assurance framework is also in progress, she disclosed. The Deputy Principal Training Officers comments came as she added that the virtual classroom has a test course which all public officers can enrol in, and by June 2017 they will be invited to subscribe for a number of management and leadership courses which will be offered in collaboration with overseas universities and online institutions. We ask you to take the challenge, sign up for a course, tell us your successes and challenges we will need to know this information in order to improve the learning experience for you. And of course, permanent secretaries and heads of departments, we are depending on you to facilitate this process in your respective ministries. Let us know how e-ready you are your infrastructure requirements; the administrative policies and processes you will need to help manage online learning. For instance, you would need to give consideration to managing the approval for online learning and the transfer of learning to the workplace, once the training has been completed.
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