To date, over 12 million business people have attended classes with ExecuTrain.
ExecuTrain South Africa has signed up as a partner for the HR Indaba, which will be taking place at the Sandton Convention Centre on 16 and 17 October 2019. For over 30 years, ExecuTrain has been a worldwide business training leader. Founded in 1984 with one facility offering Instructor-Led courses in desktop software productivity in Atlanta, Georgia, the company now has facilities throughout the world.
ExecuTrain’s rich history of professional education innovation expanded beyond the classroom in 1995, when ExecuTrain became the first international training company to offer Self-Paced Multimedia training to complement instructor-led classes.
Today, ExecuTrain continues to offer the highest quality training, consulting, and support services to corporations and individuals – delivered the way it’s needed – whether that means Live Online VILT classes on the latest Technical Certifications, Self-Paced eLearning Performance Support for Desktop Applications, or Instructor-Led Classroom training on Professional Management Skills.
ExecuTrain’s program development and implementations are managed by industry professionals backed by years of corporate education experience. ExecuTrain also designs, implements, and manages workforce and partner development programs for small, medium, large, Fortune 500 and Fortune 1000 clients. ExecuTrain provides standardised instruction to both corporations and individual students, assuring consistency across the ExecuTrain global network.
As a partner Executrain will have an exhibition stand at the HR Indaba, which will be the largest of its kind in South Africa. It will give HR professionals an opportunity to learn everything they need to know about the latest HR technology, HR strategy, company culture, labour laws, recruitment, employee engagement and HR leadership. It will also bring together thousands of colleagues, suppliers, platforms, universities, specialists, recruitment agencies, CHROs and thought leaders.