The Digital Learning Lead will be responsible for co-designing and delivering the NCA’s new Digital Learning Strategy as part of the Learning Transformation.
The NCA has invested in a large project within our People function, looking at designing and implementing a New Model for Learning (NMFL). Working hand-in-hand with Corporate Learning and Development and internal stakeholders, to create a model that works for us now and into the future.
We are currently focussed on how to bring a more agile approach to some of our key learning requirements. This includes systems training, cyber training and our Initial Officer Training Programme. We will look at how we can modularise into distinct training packages, digitise where appropriate, and use more support for on–the-job training which will give officers the support they need when they need it. In addition, we aim to ensure that training is more accessible to all, not just those doing specific roles.
Our aim is also to have a much improved user experience in accessing the digital learning that we provide, and we are fully committed to supporting this.
The role initially will focus on the designing and piloting of digital learning with a new learning technology solution at a practitioner level. Over time it will transition into building and developing a team of learning technologists to support sustainable delivery.
• Strategy - supports the Head of LD&T to design the digital learning strategy for the NCA globally.
• Technology implementation – leads on the procurement of digital learning tools and their implementation working closely with technology, procurement and business colleagues.
• Design and development – leads the design and development of digital learning modules including authoring new learning content.
• Delivery pilot – leads the delivery of a pilot and evaluation of digital learning modules.
• Delivery planning - produces a detailed implementation road map for delivering a new method of learning, outcomes evaluation, performance measurement and manages supplier procurement.
• Expert advice – champions the development of digital learning skills and capabilities throughout the L&D community, ensuring it keeps abreast and shares external and internal best practice.
• Leadership – over time builds and develops a team of digital learning technologists.
• Being part of the LD&T management team, providing governance and contributing to the strategic direction of LD&T and leading change.
• Developing a social learning platform and its communities ensuring it is embedded and a natural way of working for learners.
• Managing the learning platform and all of its component parts.
• Managing relationships and ongoing work programmes with Technology and Commercial stakeholders.
• Identifying and building effective metrics and measures to provide meaningful insight on ROI to key stakeholders