Developing and Implementing Competency Systems


A competency system is essential in enhancing an organization's workforce. It enables organizations to assess employees' skills, provide tailored training, and identify top performers and high-potential employees. Implementing a competency system can lead to a more engaged and skilled workforce, better organizational performance, and growth opportunities for employees. Don't miss out on the chance to invest in your employees' growth and development through a competency system.

Developing and implementing competency systems in organizations can bring various benefits such as identifying key competencies required for different job roles, improving recruitment and selection, aligning individual goals with organizational objectives, creating a clear understanding of performance expectations, identifying skill gaps and areas for improvement, and designing effective training programs. Overall, competency systems can help organizations achieve their business goals through better recruitment, employee development, and performance management.

The Developing and Implementing Competency Systems training program is a comprehensive and practical program that provides participants with the tools and knowledge they need to build a competency-based framework that drives employee development and organizational success. They will also be able to measure the effectiveness of the competency system and identify areas for improvement.


This program aims to provide the trainees the skills and knowledge to develop and implement a competency-based framework for their organization. They will be able to create competency models, map competencies to job roles, assess employee competencies and create development plans that align with organizational goals. Therefore, upon completion of this training program, the trainees are expected to have the ability to:

  • Understand the competency frameworks and their benefits
  • Identify the key competencies for a particular role or position
  • Define the levels of competency for each competency Create a competency map
  • Validate and update a competency framework
  • Gain access to tools and resources for modeling and designing competency frameworks


The program covers a range of topics, including the development of competency models, mapping competencies to job roles, assessing employee competencies, and creating development plans. Specifically, the course content will cover the most important below 5 modules:

  • Module 1: Introduction to Competency Frameworks
  • Module 2: Understanding Job Analysis
  • Module 3: Identifying Core Competencies
  • Module 4: Defining Competency Categories and Descriptions
  • Module 5: Establishing Proficiency Levels and Performance Criteria

Who should Attend?

This training is designed to help organizations build a competency-based framework for their employees. This program is suitable for HR managers, talent development professionals, and anyone responsible for developing and implementing competency systems in their organization. Specifically, this course is perfect for:

  • Human Resources Professionals
  • Learning and Development Professionals
  • Talent Development Specialists
  • Unit Managers / Head of Department
  • Organization Development Professionals

Trainer's Profile

He has more than 15 years of experience in the area of HR and HR-related fields. He is also a Certified NLP Coach and Practioner certified by American Board Of NLP and Certified in Training and Assessment by Australian Trade Training College.

Fee Charged

The course fee is USD 350.00. It is inclusive of course materials, handouts, meals, refreshments, and certificates of completion but do exclude 10% of VAT amount.

We are offering an early bird registration fee to anyone who registers earlier. Interested participants or companies are encouraged to view the course details and early bird registration deadline. For further details on early bird fee, please find following:

  • USD 300 (Register before 1 March 2024)
  • USD 320 (Register before 14 March 2024)