Our training and development specialists have substantial experience in Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET)

We have extensive knowledge of the food security, animal health and production and workforce development technical domains, including e-learning and multimedia training resources development.

Our team includes learning designers, multimedia communications professionals and subject matter experts on various topics.

Where constraints on travel and face-to-face access apply, we can adapt training delivery and learning modes to enable remote access, for example on mobile devices such as mobile smartphones or laptop computers, using either internet or telephone digital data connections.

Our technical expertise and support includes:

♦ Learner needs analysis and assessment

♦ Development of training for manual skills including plant and equipment training

♦ Competency assessments

♦ Development of training materials

♦ Training and workshop implementation and facilitation

♦ Online, eLearning and webinar design and development

♦ Development and design of training pathways

We have excellent multimedia training materials production capacity within our company, including production of high-quality training videos.

In addition to our specific technical competencies, we are skilled in data management, Quality Assurance and technical reporting – all of which are relevant to the delivery of quality consultancy outputs.

Past work includes:

♦ Providing blended eLearning services across eight Caribbean small island developing countries in relation to goat and sheep husbandry, health, breeding, marketing and management from 2016 to 2019. Prime supported the Caribbean Agricultural Research and Development Institute (CARDI) to develop a networked advisory and training structure using mobile phone apps and website technology.

♦ Implementing vocational education strategies and facilitated training programmes as part of the Fiji Dairy Industry Development Initiative (FDIDI) between 2016 and 2020, including a Training of Trainers (ToT) course and a Workplace Assessor course. Delivered in 2019, the ToT course resulted in the upskilling of 19 dairy extension staff from the Fiji Ministry of Agriculture, Fiji Cooperative Dairy Company Limited and the FDIDI; 18 of these extension staff went on to become accredited as national training assessors.

♦ Training livestock testing technicians and meat inspectors as part of technical assistance Prime delivered in Fiji to support the Ministry of Agriculture in delivery of the Bovine Brucellosis and Tuberculosis Eradication Campaign (BTEC). This work was carried out as a component of the Fiji FDIDI mentioned above.