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Capacity Building & Upskilling - A Strategic Response to Changing Demands

As demand for new capabilities gathers pace, reskilling and upskilling your team can enable your organisation to develop relevant skillsets required to remain competitive. 

Keeping up with the pace of development is a challenge for businesses of all sizes. While technology opens up new economic opportunities, it also creates skills gaps, notably in the construction and railway industries, where skilled workers and qualified personnel are in great demand.

How can businesses bridge the skills gap while keeping their present employees? In this increasingly technology-driven world, a company's ability to upskill, or its capacity for training and developing its personnel to extend their skill sets, creates a significant competitive edge.

Career Pathing

 Providing structured career pathing to employees is one of the ideal methods for using reskilling and upskilling in your organisation. An employee's career pathing is the process of charting a course for their professional advancement by establishing a career pathing program to link your employees' career goals with your company's business objectives.

A competency-based strategy is a key to successful career pathing application. This enables your company to examine and assess the precise competencies required for each role, as well as determine the skills development needed for new hires.

Employees can benefit significantly from a successful career pathing strategy that integrates reskilling and upskilling as the pace of digital transformation accelerates. Even more so, if you want to keep up with the shifting skills market, this must be a talent necessary for your company.

Audience and Lecturer

Our Upskilling Program Highlights

Corrosion Control & Management

Client Name

US Military West Pacific Command

Location

SF, USA

In collaboration with NACE International, The Corrosion Society, we conducted a NACE Corrosion Control & Management Program (CIP Level 1) for the US NAVY Officers from the Logistics Group, Western Pacific 

Light Rail Training Program 

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Client Name

Federal Capital Territory NIGERIA

Location

KL, Malaysia

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MOU Prasarana Nasional Bhd Capacity and capability building on rail management systems, operations and industry attachment for covering the territory of Nigeria.

Governance, Economics, Management

Client Name

Federal Capital Territory NIGERIA

Location

Singapore

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In collaboration with MDIS, Singapore, we conducted Capacity Building and Upskilling for the delegates and officials from the Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria in the areas of;

  • Rail Management & Operations

  • Corporate Governance

  • Leadership & Management 

  • Operations Management 

  • Project Management 

  • E-Government

  • IMO Convention - Process & Procedure

  • Urban Management 

  • ICT in Land Administration 

  • Waste Management 

  • Private Banking: Investment Portfolio & Wealth Management 

  • Working Capital Management 

  • Rick & Business Management 

  • Information Technology & Innovation 

  • Strategic Planning in Maritime Operations

  • Port Planning & Operation 
    Finance for Non-Finance Professionals 

  • Design Engineering

  • Aspects of Ship Economics, Operations & Management