Soft Skills/Life Skills:

Life skills are the skills that a person must possess in order to successfully live in today’s world. These include knowing how to work at a job and be part of a team, manage money, manage time and learning effective communication skills. These skills enable individuals to deal effectively with the demands and challenges of everyday life. Practising life skills lead to qualities such as self-esteem, sociability, tolerance and the freedom to decide what to do and who to be. Expected learning outcomes include a combination of knowledge, values, attitudes and skills with a particular emphasis on those skills that relate to critical thinking and problem solving, self-management, interactive communication and inter-personal skills.


Office Ready Skills:

We give our trainees Microsoft Office training and an Office Orientation module with full application and practical work.

These courses cover a range of skills including office equipment, efficiency, filing, being a staff member and team player, work-place manners, etiquette, work habits, performance techniques and much more.


Technical Skills:

Most occupations require that those who work in it have certain abilities that allow them to do their jobs. These are known as technical skills. This comprises the knowledge and capabilities to perform specialized tasks related to a specific field. We have to ask ourselves: What makes a successful professional? What are the key behaviours, actions and thinking processes necessary to craft a career that is rewarding and meaningful over the long span of your professional life?

Each of the programs have a technical skills component which is specifically designed for the industry that relates to the program, both incorporating simulated training in our trainee banker Virtual Bank and trainee accountant Virtual Office programs.

Our programs have been refined over a 12 year period of delivery, updated annually, with lessons learned built into new delivery.