Training

Training

Since 2011, over 700 people have attended our corporate training and education programs.

Papua New Guinea is experiencing a period of rapid growth, presenting new challenges for those committed to human resource development in a multi-national, global environment.

Employees require problem solving strategies, new skill sets and the confidence to meet international standards and expectations.

We believe in the importance of life long learning for all. For sustainable behavior and attitudinal change, we structure our programs to embed new skills and learning, by combining training sessions with relevant workplace experiences.

“The desire to fly is an idea handed down to us by our ancestors who, in their grueling travels across trackless lands in prehistoric times, looked enviously on the birds soaring freely through space, at full speed, above all obstacles, on the infinite highway of the air.” 
Wilbur Wright

Training Methodology

Participants are encouraged to take an active role in their own learning. Facilitators guide the learning process so that participants reflect on their experiences, deepen their understanding of issues of importance in the workplace environment, and apply this learning to their professional and personal lives. This can best be done through a participatory approach, recognising the diversity of the participants’ prior learning experiences, cultural background, learning styles and levels of motivation.

Discussion groups, team activities, role-plays, presentations, small project work and learning games encourage participation and reflection from participants.

Sustainable Training

We prefer to conduct training sessions in-house. External training can be organised if required.

To support behaviour change and sustainable work place practices, we ask employers to consider a module training approach. Our training modules are designed to progressively introduce new skills.

With this approach, participants are given the opportunity to practise and reflect on their learning in the workplace, before commencing the next module. We have found that the module approach encourages strong participant ownership and greater relevance to specific workplaces needs.

Our Programs