This programme explores the concept of Emotional Intelligence and allows for its practical application in the workplace. The ability to understand and control one’s emotions opens many doors for self-empowerment and enables learners to lead their lives, and others more effectively. Through empathy, listening and self-awareness, skills of emotional intelligence, workplace, and customer relations improve exponentially.
Eskilz Private College was established in 2002. We provide blended learning solutions to corporates to people with disabilities. This year we have launched the dataless elarning platform where all learners can study anytime, anywhere. We are accredited with all SETA's which means we can offer short courses, learnerships and training in all sectors, globally. We also provide all the correct documentation for you to be certified and claim back from SETA through your SDL spend.
Creativity has been described as the tendency to generate or recognise ideas, alternatives, and possibilities that may be useful for solving problems, communicating with others, and entertaining people. Human civilization has been built, and rebuilt, time and time again, through the creativity of individuals. Almost every aspect of modern life, from consumer products to systems of governance, is the result of human creativity.
Offices are sanitised, safety measures are implemented and social distancing and Zoom Meetings is now the new norm, but what about the emotional and mental wellbeing of your staff?
This E-Book has been specifically developed to provide individuals with coping techniques to successfully deal with uncertainty, stress, anxiety and potential loss to promote physical, mental and spiritual employee wellbeing during the COVID-19 period.
The government has been aiming for sustainable growth as part of the national Recovery Plan, aimed at changing South Africa as we know it. Now, the Driving Force for Change initiative has given youth a chance to play an active role in creating change.
The NSFAS N+ Rule has been around for some time, making the lives of some students difficult. Students said this rule has been negatively affecting them, as some were not able to finish their degrees with funding from NSFAS.