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Women need to work two extra months a year to earn what males do.

In a very interesting scenario, the IT department of a client of Faculty Training Institute recently implemented a pilot project to improve project management delivery within their institution and division.

Technology should not be the prevailing factor when designing a Business Intelligence or Data Warehousing solution.

Government and Huawei have signed an agreement that will see 1 000 young South Africans trained in information and communications technology (ICT) in China over the next five years.

Our N4 to N6 Engineering programmes have been made available using ‘live interactive webinars’.

In recent years, the sensational success stories of tech companies like Facebook and Apple have turned the general public’s attention toward the inner workings of these types of companies.

Although the customer isn’t always right they do have the power to make or break a reputation, and good customer service forms the basis of a successful business to consumer organisation. It has become increasingly important for businesses to focus 70% of their efforts on building great service and 30% on boasting about it.

Academy of Wealth are financial training specialists, looking to change the lives of South African’s by helping them achieve financial freedom.

Changing jobs can be one of the most stressful events that leaders experience at work. 

IT Auditors are in hot demand right now, as organisations move to mitigate the serious risks presented by savvy cyber criminals.

The term tender refers to the process in which government invites public bids for large projects. These invitations are generally made through newspaper advertisements, however government is moving toward online advertising mediums.

New certification for logistics, transport, and distribution sector launched at SAPICS conference.

Artisan Training Institute (ATI) is pioneering the local artisan training industry by uplifting a school in Vereeniging into an artisan training institute that will focus on training young students from grades 9 to grade 12.

Most people tend to avoid disagreements in the workplace and even more so with a senior colleague.

The 2016 Business Analysis Summit Southern Africa, taking place from the 12th to the 14th of September in Johannesburg, is again bringing issues, topics and discussions relevant to the Business Analysis profession to the fore.

South African companies are increasingly offering top executives paid sabbaticals as part of their remuneration packages, in an effort to lure and retain top talent.

Management courses are never complete without a discussion of visions, missions, objectives and goals, however do leaders of companies really know how impactful a clearly defined strategic intent can be on their business’ reputation?

This new learning model is sweeping the globe and making education accessible to the masses.

ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) addresses the financial literacy skills gap in South Africa with a new guide for anyone starting their own business.

It’s crucial at senior executive level to challenge patterns of thinking to facilitate growth in unconquered markets and companies are investing in executive education to help them do just that.

USA welcomes False Bay TVET College Students for an academic year.

The online learning craze known as MOOCs is making its way to South Africa and Wits University is leading the way.

Imagine this scenario: You’re ready to pitch your well-practised polished business pitch or idea for an innovative business to potential investors and/or partners, but at the moment of delivery, you suffer from acute vocal paralysis. No sounds, only terror – pitch-a-phobia.

This is a versatile qualification that is intended to provide relevant skills within the field of Administration in both business and non-commercial sectors.

Picking winners is not the exclusive preserve of the punters at the Durban July. Main board directors do it. Executives do it. Even junior managers early in their careers do it. But these race winners have two legs, not four, and the purse might run into billions.


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