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How to source training through the Digital Marketplace
The Digital Marketplace can be used to source providers to uplift the capability of staff in certain areas. This may be in the form of coaching, mentoring or formal training.
Tips and tricks for training opportunities
Learning Design Standards
If you require training in digital skills, the Learning Design Standards (LDS) can be used as a guide for deciding what to cover in your training. The LDS units cover specific digital skillsets such as user research, service design and cyber security.
Inviting qualified sellers
You can only invite sellers who have been approved in the Training, Learning and Development category to respond to your training opportunity. These sellers have been vetted to offer training, mentoring and coaching services. You can view the list of sellers that are approved in this category in our seller catalogue.
If you want to approach a different Marketplace category, we recommend to use the seek proposals and quotes method.
To make your request as clear as possible for sellers, you should consider including:
- What training is needed?
- Why is the training needed?
- Who is the audience for the training? (number of people, current capabilities, any accessibility needs)
- What training method is preferred?
- What is the length of the training?
- Are there any time constraints or deadlines with the delivery of the training?
Contact us for queries about training or if a seller you wish to invite is not approved to offer services in Training, Learning and Development. You may also request a demo of the Digital Marketplace for your organisation.