Training

APTJ TRAINING APPROACH

ACCREDITED COURSES

Accreditation is a process in which certification of competency, authority, or credibility is presented. The accreditation process ensures that our certification practices are acceptable and legal, typically meaning that APTJ Training is competent to test and certify. All assessors and moderators will be registered and accredited for the relevant unit standards as set out by SETAs [See All Our Course List]

 

IN-HOUSE PROFFESIONAL COURSES

These courses have been developed in response to industry needs and to meet the requirements of employees in their different job positions. APTJ has a reputation for excellent content, organisation and expert delivery. If you have a group of people requiring training, it may be more cost effective to get APTJ to bring the training course to you.  Many of the standard professional development courses offered by APTJ are available as ‘in-house’ courses. We can also look into customising these courses to suit your organisation’s training objectives [See our Course List].

There is nothing training cannot do. Nothing is above its reach. It can turn bad morals to good; it can destroy bad principles and recreate good ones; it can lift men to angels.’

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APTJ TRAINING MODEL Pre-training Training delivery Post-training

PHASE 1: PRE-TRAINING DELIVERY

Need assessment is carried out at this stage to ascertain and contrast the capacity, ability and official functions of a target group. The skill gaps are identified in this process and appropriate modules are developed.

PHASE 2: TRAINING DELIVERY

At this phase training is delivered utilizing an approach that is interactive, friendly and needs focused. The participants are provided courseware while illustrations shall be based on factual data of the client where appropriate. Also, our training delivery involves cases and exercises.

PHASE 3: POST TRAINING

The assessment of the impact of the training on the participants is carried out to ascertain the value for money spent by the client. This assessment is done in a minimum of 6 weeks and maximum of 52 weeks after the training depending on the nature of the training.