The College of Production Technology (CPT) originates from a synergy of educators and trainers with many years of experience in educating, training and business and thus provides access to a wide education and training spectrum.
Since the College of Production Technology was established it has successfully provided part-time courses to students of industry, in the fields of production technology, logistics, quality, work engineering, human resources, supply chain and strategic management.
As an Accredited Training Provider, we focus on facilitating intense small group training sessions.
Established in 2000 our emphasis is on promoting individual growth and development, whilst at the same time satisfying client requirements and industry standards.
Our skill set and expertise lies in Interpersonal Communication, Conflict Resolution, Project Management and Personal Development areas. We have a wide range of clients and we train across all levels in organisations.
Many members of workplace committees have no idea what's expected of them. They have been elected as members of the committee or have simply been appointed by management and their role and responsibilities are totally unclear.
For meeting to be effective they need to be planned and conducted in accordance with the plan and the predetermined agenda.
For this reason it is important that everyone involved is clear on what their role in the meeting is and what the associated responsibilities for that role are.
In today’s competitive job market, companies must spend time, resources and money ensuring the screening, interviewing and selection process delivers high-quality candidates who possess the required skills and competencies and who will produce the desired results.
25% of employees just show up to collect a paycheck
40% feel disconnected from their employers
66% do not identify with or feel motivate to drive their employers business goals and objectives
CBM Training was recently contacted by one of our clients who had previously trained with us. This Cape Town based organisation had booked and paid for 3 delegates to attend a Consumer Protection Act training workshop, which was to be hosted at a reputable hotel in Cape Town.
Have you ever heard the saying ‘Life Happens’. There is a lot of truth to this statement. Sometimes things happen which are out of our control. Illness can strike at any time and can possibly prevent you from being able to work for a period of time. The Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) could assist you if you fall ill.
There are various platforms that you can use to submit your R350 Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grant application. One of these platforms is the Chatbot platform by the South African Social Security Agency (SASSA).
Here's how you can go about submitting your application on using SASSA Chatbot: