Raising the Standards Solutions offers a wide range of solutions to your training needs with a selection of courses that cover everything from basic to advanced computer training in the latest operating systems and application software to interpersonal (soft) skills development training.
In-house training courses can be customised to suit the target group and each organisation’s specific skills requirement. We develop business partnerships with our clients by analysing training needs, understanding the outcomes required and offering solutions that ensure identified objectives are guaranteed within specific timescales.
The main focus of our training is to ensure that the knowledge acquired is applied successfully, adding real value and making a visible difference to work performance in the business environment.
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RAISING THE STANDARDS
Raising the Standards Solutions offers a range of training courses at various conferencing venues across South Africa. The primary objective of our training is to ensure that the knowledge acquired is applied successfully, adding real value and making a visible difference to work performance in the workplace. All courses have a strong outcomes based approach and are facilitated in a highly interactive manner encouraging active delegate participation, giving delegates a rich learning and networking experience
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WHAT PEOPLE LIKE ABOUT OUR COURSES:
“The fact that real life experiences were used to demonstrate made it easier and much more relatable”
“It was interactive and lively”
“What I like most about this course was the content and all the interaction”
“The facilitator was very friendly and passionate about the course and showed in-depth knowledge on the topics discussed”
“I am happy with everything, it was well presented and very knowledgeable”
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