That is exactly what I would recommend NOT doing. There are millions of keyboards around the world used interchangeably by Hebrew speakers. When I type in anything on any Hebrew speaker's computer it comes up correct Hebrew without thinking.I use the Hebrew SIL mapping.
Story: once upon a time [but this actually happened]:
At SBL, maybe thirty years ago, one of the vendors asserted that their program now typed Hebrew. I was happy, so I immediately typed out a sentence and it came up gibberish. The vender said, "You need to type with the correct keyboard." I told him that I touch-type Hebrew, and that their program needs to change. He claimed that Microsoft/BillyGates cannot dictate what the keyboard should be. I responded, "It's called the Hebrew typewriter layout. Microsoft has nothing to do with it." English-based Bible software people needed to step outside of their very small bubble. Accordance has done so.
Subliminal benefit: learning the national keyboards reinforces that these are REAL languages, and that enhances learning. Languages are meant to communicate, and to do so without excessive convolutions. That should drive students.
Message to new students: learn the Greek national keyboard (install a polytonic version), and learn the Hebrew national keyboard.
(Corollary: stay away from programs that do otherwise. They probably get other stuff wrong, too. I don't have time to document. caveat lector.)