The people in an organisation make the difference between success and failure. Developing people to have the right skills, knowledge and attitude is key to achieving operational objectives and therefore excellence in training is key to the development of a business. Training needs to be relevant, engaging, dynamic and contemporary for it to be effective. A trainer must have the skills to deliver effective training and also have the ability to inspire and motivate their learners. The aim of this intensive Facilitation programmes is to give up and coming Facilitators these skills.
Aquarius Skills Solutions is a dynamic training consultancy, established in 2002, offering management and staff training throughout Southern Africa, as well as ETD programmes and NQF Consulting.
Aquarius Skills Solutions looks at partnering with our clients in building lasting relationships by offering both a professional and personal service. Our flexible approach ensures that training programmes are custom designed to meet client’s specific needs.
Both managers and staff spend a considerable amount of time in meetings. Meetings therefore need to be conducted efficiently and effectively to ensure a sound communication process. This practical workshop critically examines meetings within the organization and focuses on a method to reduce the length of meetings without sacrificing the content. Shortening the process of minute taking by introducing action plans is also discussed.
We have adapted all our offerings for a seamless execution on a hybrid platform. The choice lies with you. Digital transformation is here to stay, so why not try our online workshop. Still yearning for the face-to-face interaction. We’ve got your back – attend our traditional classroom sessions.
If your career aspirations are leaning towards becoming a Representative or a Key Individual in your organisation, I urge you to sign up for our RE workshops through the following contact points:
Unemployment is a massive challenge that has been exacerbated by the Covid-19 crisis. With 55.75% of the country's youth unemployed, more focus should be placed on how youth can enter the job market without a formal tertiary qualification to contribute positively to the country's economy.