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HZL offer a consultancy service in identifying areas for skills development in both the vocational and the occupational environment. HZL have demonstrated value in supporting organisations in the quality assurance of training by advising and developing both task and job analysis and advice in production of competency, capability and career frameworks to support those organisations that are planning to progress and expand.

Training And Development

Quality Assurance of Training Delivery

Quality Assurance is an essential part of the management of training for organisations offering training and ensuring conformity within the standards dictated by the Awarding Organisations (AO) and the Regulated Qualification Framework (RQF).

Job and Task

A job and task analysis describes the process of identifying and determining the duties, responsibilities, and specifications of a given job whilst also establishing the level of experience, qualifications, skills and knowledge needed to perform the job successfully.

Training Need Analysis

By reviewing your organisations training requirement by conducting a Training Needs Analysis (TNA) you can identify any knowledge gaps that need to be filled , whether this is with the introduction of new equipment, processes or skills.


Course development and design is critical to ensure compliance with National Occupational Standards (NOS) and if you are a training delivery centre ensuring that your procedures are in line with your Awarding Organisation (AO) and the Regulated Qualification Framework (RQF).

Security And Risk Mitigation

Competency and Capability Frameworks

The framework is a structure that defines the level of competency required by individuals working within an organisation and are set against a set of minimum standards.


Effective physical security of any asset is achieved by defence in depth (different layers of security that will Deter, Detect, Delay an intruder or attacker). If a single layer is lost, or compromised, the security of the asset is not significantly reduced if the ability to respond to the situation is effective, and within a time-line to protect the assets.


Operational Requirements (OR) enable an organisation to produce a statement of requirement, or a statement of need, based on the risk and threat faced by an individual, organisation or event.

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