Training is an ongoing process that one needs to be open to undertake in order to adapt, improve and ultimately succeed individually or as a company. There are many different forms of training in order to suit different criteria, level of knowledge and requirements.
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Corporate training involves a facilitator, rather than an instructor or trainer, to engage participants and encourage them to think about the what, how and why of what they are doing and to challenge their current paradigms.
Corporate education is centered on introducing learning techniques to stimulate employees to think about what their organization does, where it is heading, potential new opportunities for the organization and new and better ways of doing things. While the role of corporate training is to develop the operational competency of individuals, the purpose of corporate education is to promote the development of capability of both an individual and their organization.
The simplest form of corporate training may be training programs designed "in-house" for an organization that may wish to train their employees on specific aspects of their job processes or responsibilities.
Some of the corporate training programmes undertaken by us on a regular basis are mentioned here under: