Updated: Jun 30, 2022
Ensuring the constant career professional development for any individual can be challenging, increase that to over 3,000 individuals and the risks rapidly begin to increase. This is the reason why Project CADUCEUS was created.
Tasked with upskilling 3,000 soldiers across six different career employment groups, with three career pathways in each was an enormous mission. Add in the complexity of training delivery methodologies and very quickly the vision can rapidly become out of sight.
“BIT Training continues to deliver an extensive training portfolio in support of the Royal Corps of Signals upskilling programme, supporting in excess of 4,500 Service Personnel. The training offers a blended and affordable approach for them to both modernise and meet the challenges faced by Defence both today and in the future” Ben Franklin, CEO of BIT Training.
Courses include IT, Service Management, Project Management, Health & Safety, Electrical Training, and Information Security. All training has been enabled across different learning mechanisms allowing flexibility for Soldiers to complete around high paced working environments. This is achieved through our key delivery partners, Good e-Learning, The Focus Training Group and Wise Global Training.
Year One has seen 3,422 soldiers registered on the system, 2,427 self-paced courses consumed, and 124 instructor led delivery days achieved. BIT Training are extremely proud to support the Royal Signals under PROJECT CADUCEUS and will continue to pledge our support to the Armed Forces community.
Commenting on the project, Captain S L Joyce, Project CADUCEUS, The Royal Corps of Signals said: “BIT Training (formerly BluescreenIT) have developed a unique training capability which is producing the CADUCEUS upskilling outcomes. Royal Signals soldiers are training, learning, and achieving industry recognised accreditations around current work commitments. Real time activity monitoring is proactively tracking soldiers’ progression through their professional development journey to provide constant data reports to unit commanders.”