Staff Training is a SETA accredited organisation, offering a wide range of soft skill, communications and leadership workshops and learnerships throughout South Africa.
With more than 60 short courses on offer, including:
- Customer Care (with or without Assessments),
- Business Writing,
- Communication Excellence,
- Management Skills Training (supervisory,junior and middle),
- Assertiveness Skills,
- Interviewing Skills, Telesales,
- Minute Taking,
- Presentation Skills,
- Business Writing Skills (e-mail specific),
- Frontline Reception Training (junior and advanced),
- Retail Assistant's Training,
- Stress and Time Management,
- Office Management,
- Women @ Work.
Staff Training workshops are both motivational and informative.
Excellence is doing ordinary things, extraordinarily well!
Pre -Workshop Surveys – Measurement of the current state
Classroom Learning – Nationwide with highly motivated facilitators
Post Workshop E-learning - Afterburner courses expanding on workshop topics
Competency Testing – SETA accreditation and Skills Check for KPI reporting
Online Learning - A continually expanding portfolio
50 Days of Focus – A motivational tool assisting with skills implementation
Post Workshop Surveys – Assessment of workshop knowledge retention
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