Synergistic Outcomes

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Synergistic Outcomes

Synergistic Outcomes is a training and development provider accredited (no. 3690) with The Service SETA (Sectoral Education and Training Authority). 

Synergistic Outcomes CC is B-BBEE Level 1 rated (135% procurement recognition)

Strategy, Performance, Results....Best.

200 Organisations, 11 African Countries, Various Industry Sectors, 17 years

We listen to our customers. We customise. We deliver customer centric solutions.

Develop Leadership

  • Strategic Planning
    ( Customised to your organisation)
  • Managers & Supervisors
    (Empowerment and Skills)
  • Build Teams
    (4 difference packages )
  • Resolve Conflict
    ( Improve inter-office relations)
  • Manage Projects
    ( Full Accredited Programme)

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Team Development

  • Job Specific
    (PA & Secretary, Sales & Customer Service )
  • Functional Skills
    ( Time Management, Presentation Skills and Report Writing)
  • Emotional Skills
    (Assertiveness, Stress Management and Emotional Intelligence)
  • Increase Awareness
    (Quality Assurance and Diversity & Cultural)

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Profile and Assess

  • Recruitment
    ( Job fit and background checking)
  • Management
    (360 degree Feedback Tool)
  • Employees
    (Sales, Teams, Performance and Customer Service)
  • Career Guidance
    (School leavers and Career
    Change)

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Get in touch with us today, for a hassle free consultation

  • MANAGEMENT SKILLS
  • TEAM DEVELOPMENT
  • PERSONAL & PROFESSIONAL SKILLS
  • SPECIALIST SKILLS

 

Training Courses:
https://www.synout.co.za/
Email us:
info [at] synout.co.za
Telephone:
031 201 7917
Accreditation Status:
Full Accreditation
ETQA:
Service Seta
ETQA Accreditation #:
3690
Location:
Eastern Cape Free State Gauteng KwaZulu-Natal Limpopo Mpumalanga North West Northern Cape Western Cape

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Short Course Articles

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For many decades, global organisations such as the World Economic Forum (WEF) and the United Nations (UN) have espoused the many advantages of lifelong learning for individuals, businesses and institutions.

Are short courses an asset to the skills development landscape or do they detract from the learning process? Des Squire looks at the value short course and skills programmes bring to the education platform.

Unisa

Unisa has opened mid-year applications for its Short Learning Programmes (SLPs).

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A short course refers to learning that combines both practical and theoretical skills. It opens up many doors of opportunities for students to learn about a specific industry in a short period of time.

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Short courses can be taken at various institutions, but there is no set definition of how long a short course is. Short courses are designed to be more intensive than a regular degree, and can last anywhere from one month to two years.

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