Technology is transforming how we work.
As a former Chief Constable of Lancashire and National Police Chiefs’ Council lead for wellbeing, Andy Rhodes understands the stresses and demands of policing, as well as the danger that the poorly managed introduction of new technology, and lack of ongoing and training and support, can add to rather than reduce those pressures; here he teams up with Me Learning’s Shirley Berry to highlight four key lessons for putting people first when embarking on digital transformation.
An important part of this is equipping police workforces with the skills and the confidence to get the most out of technology. We do this in a way which supports their wellbeing during times of change.
These are carefully tailored to match the needs of the digital policing environment and mirror the way individuals choose to interact with the world today - digitally.
Because our training solutions can be accessed anywhere, at any time and on any device with an internet connection, they are bringing greater efficiency and effectiveness to the police training environment.
Training is easily deployed at scale, which is particularly relevant as police services plan for an uplift of 50,000 new officers over the next few years.
Our learning is always underpinned with secure and compliant processes.
As the police service explores the growing potential of technology to undertake some traditional policing functions, CEO of Me Learning Nick Richards argues that no matter how sophisticated the technology it can only be as good as the skills of those that use it and training remains a vital component of any roll out. His most recent article in Policing Insight sheds more light on this important topic.
Just some of the organisations in police we are helping to unlock their workforce potential.
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