The long term benefits of short courses

Today’s fast-paced and bustling world requires the modern employee to develop a vast range of competencies in a limited time frame. Short courses are an answer to this requirement. Indeed, short courses can give you the opportunity to update your skill set in only a fraction of the time needed for higher specialized studies.
Ranging from one day to one week, short courses are perfect if you’re looking to formalize your skills gained in the workplace or build upon your qualifications gained through university. They can be the key to unlocking job prospects, promotions or new career ventures – and they’ll do wonders for your creativity!


Excellence in Customer Service

Mastering Emotional Intelligence

Mastering Time Management

Leadership skills for success at work

Customer Service Essentials

Greeting the branded customer experience

Negotiation skills for professionals

Career Enhancers:

Short courses are a great way to fill the gaps in your knowledge and give you a competitive edge when it comes to job promotions. As technology evolves systems, programs and practices change, making it critical for workers to refresh their skills and stay on top of the game.
Courses in areas of self-development, such as leadership, workplace communication and conflict resolution, can make you the ideal candidate for a higher role in your workplace. Skills such as these are easily transferable from workplace to workplace and are a great asset on your resume. As an employer, these courses can help you effectively deal with employee issues and workplace relations and earn you the ‘Boss of the Year’ award.

Taste-Test a career path:

Like a taste-tester at an ice cream shop, short courses can allow you to sample the wares before you buy.
Gaining an insight into the type of knowledge required for a particular industry or field can save you the time.

Turn Hobbies into something more:

If you’ve always wanted to turn your interests into a hobby or even if you wanted to find a hobby you’re interested in, short courses can be a great way to start out. Studying anything from presentation skills to  entrepreneurship can be a fun way to get yourself off the couch and learn new skills and knowledge.
Keeping the mind active is just as important as keeping the body active, and learning new things.

Note: All our short courses are coupled with coaching sessions and follow-up to ensure assimilation
and application of concepts