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Human Resource Management is an area of organization management that deals with executing work processes in organizations, with an objective to provide knowledge about employees’ selection through the recruitment process, training, rewarding and assessment.
This course is developed course is in conjunction with the human resources industry in this country. You are guaranteed to learn with ease and finish fast because the program is brief yet comprehensive. At the end of the course, you will gain skills needed to be an efficient human resources manager.Find out more »
No attention to Supervision?
“Two employees were on the roof for some time with no precautions in place to prevent falling through fragile roof material or off the open edge of the roof. This accident would not have happened if these two employees had been appropriately supervised by management.
“Falls from height, particularly from roofs is the highest cause of fatal accidents.”
Total Property Security Systems Installation & Management Course Introduction Comprising of Five Critical Property Protection systems, this course will leave the learner well equipped with the skills that any installer and security manager would need to prove his worth. The systems to be practically taught in this unique skills program will comprise of: I. CCTV over IP & Basic Networking Skills (KES 15,000/-) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KYeWw3crp7Y II. Card & Biometric-Based Access Control Systems (25,000) III. GSM-Controlled Burglar Alarm systems (12,000/-) IV. Electric…Find out more »
In this training program, we will endeavor to practically articulate strategies for integrating GIS to support instruction, discussion, and extended learning on any topic. Many practical ideas for GIS activities that enhance student learning and critical thinking skills are not only shared but demonstrated during our training sessions.Find out more »
Corporate Document Control Training
Organisations can produce thousands of documents daily (electronic and hardcopy) to perform their core processes. These documents can become difficult to manage over time if there is no system in place to track their preparation and distribution within and across functional areas. Organisations have therefore come to rely on the process of document control to effectively manage the security, versions, and availability of documents generated during daily operational activities.Find out more »