Phillips Consulting unveils training calendar for next calendar year

09 November 2018 Authored by Consultancy.africa

Following the recent launch of its new logo and declaration of its new scope of services, Nigerian management Consultancy Phillips Consulting has launched its training calendar for 2019, which enumerates the most important training events taking place throughout the year, relevant to all sectors.

The training calendar is perceived as an essential tool for firms to plan the development of their workforce through strategic skill-acquisition – something that is considered increasingly crucial in the contemporary economy. The training modules are all organised by Phillips Consulting (PCL).

These modules are designed with specific sectoral needs in mind, customised for various industries to ensure the maximum absorption of knowledge and information. The training forms a part of a much broader effort amongst leaders in Nigerian industry to bring the technical skills in the country’s business environment up to an international standard.

Phillips Consulting unveils training calendar for next calendar year

The new training calendar was launched in collaboration by Senior Partner for People Transformation at PCL Paul Ayim, Head of Digital Learning at the firm Modupe Thomas-Owoseni and the Head of Classroom Learning Nwaji Jibunoh, all speaking at a briefing held at the Lagos PCL office.

Ayim said at the event, “Over the years, several blue chip organisations have trusted the quality of our classroom and digital learning interventions. This confidence has brought a paradigm shift in their mindset from seeing training as a cost to a significant investment in their most critical of all assets, their people.”

He added, “Our digital learning interventions further enhance their ability to embed learning into their employees’ flow of work. Employing blended learning approaches have led to impressive results as knowledge gained is immediately applicable in the work people do and reduces the significance of scrap learning, which occurs when people do not use what they learn.”

The launch is the first manifestation of PCL’s new profile as a multifaceted consulting firm that offers holisitic  end-to-end operational support rather than just helping with strategic development. The new profile was unveiled at the Monthly Breakfast Meeting of the Nigeria South Africa Chamber of Commerce held in Lagos in October, which was sponsored by PCL. 

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