For Employer & Employee Success
Boosting Technical Skills
The skills needed to design, develop, implement, maintain, support or operate a particular technology or related application, product or service.
Technical training is all about the job: Obtaining the necessary skills to do a job; Adding new tools to enhance the job. Relearning smarter, faster, processes to expand the job. Sometimes technical training is developed for new software or processes to increase efficiency. Other times it’s teaching seasoned employees new ways of doing old tasks.
Regardless of the topic, audience, or complexity of the subject matter, companies rely on technical training to help create and maintain employees who succeed in doing jobs that result in the business keeping a competitive edge in their marketplace.
Soft Skills Programs
Skills to Build Trust, Inspire Loyalty, and Lead Effectively
Having employees, managers and executives with great soft skills is good for business. It can add to the bottom line and help retention.
While companies have struggled for many years on how to obtain the right balance between technical expertise and soft skills, the challenges have recently increased.
That’s because the newest generation to enter the workforce- the Millennials aka GenY- is surprisingly lacking in soft skills. And, when surveyed, most are not even aware that these skills are important for their career success.
Given that this generation is currently 36% of the workforce and will soar to 46% by 2020, making sure employees understand and master soft skills are critical for organizations that want to keep a competitive edge.
ISO Standards are a key part of our society as they ensure quality and safety in both products and services in international trade.
Governments use standards as trusted solutions to complement regulation, and they give peace of mind to consumers who know they are not putting themselves or their families at risk.
Safety & Health Programs
The main goal of safety and health programs is to prevent workplace injuries, illnesses, and deaths, as well as the suffering and financial hardship these events can cause for workers, their families, and employers. The recommended practices use a proactive approach to managing workplace safety and health. Traditional approaches are often reactive –that is, problems are addressed only after a worker is injured or becomes sick, a new standard or regulation is published, or an outside inspection finds a problem that must be fixed. These recommended practices recognize that finding and fixing hazards before they cause injury or illness is a far more effective approach.
Leffort in this series are to help employers, employees, health and safety committees and others develop workplace health and safety programs, prepare plans of action to prevent accidents or occupational diseases, and to conduct investigations as some of the many ways to meet and achieve good health and safety practices in the workplace.
Optimize the IT Operating
The Information Technology industry has advanced from a rather technical to a sophisticated environment of scientific and economic factors.
And the Information Technology Industry is an incredibly evolving in lightening speed.
Leffort have Designed and curated from IT experts of different domains together with our panel of trainers to ensure the curriculum have cover the full spectrum of knowledge required to develop true industry professionals.