IPA launches USAID-funded training management platform

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AMMAN — Jordan’s Institute of Public Administration (IPA) launched an electronic training management system (TMS) on Sunday, according to the Jordan News Agency, Petra.اضافة اعلان

The IPA said in a statement that the system is under its development plan, which is being implemented since 2019. Funded by USAID, the project includes the axis of IPA’s digital transformation and its services automation.

At the launching ceremony, IPA’s Director General Siham Al-Khawaldeh said her institute began to take “successive and significant” steps to achieve a “distinguished” position regionally and globally. She said that development is a continuous approach that requires unrelenting and continuous action and research.

 The IPA wants to keep pace with all global and rapid developments in various training fields and is also keen to overcome all challenges and difficulties to achieve the desired goals, she said.

The TMS which was implemented in cooperation with USAID Good Governance Practices by Local Administration in Jordan, aims to manage and regulate the training process and facilitate the activities of all government departments, beneficiaries and trainers, Khawaldeh pointed out.

The system is a “turning point” and would lead to launching e-services in the future, which would have a positive impact on developing efficiency of the training process, she noted.

The IPA screened a video on the TMS features and its most important applications, in addition to reviewing the trainers’ expertise in using this technology, who lauded its user-friendly traits, its role in simplifying procedures, as well as IPA’s services development.

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