Business Skills Training
The Financial Risk Manager (FRM) - Certificate has been adopted by companies as a benchmark to ensure their risk management employees are well versed in the latest financial risk concepts. This course will cover the primary topics and sub-topics under the five risk-related disciplines in the FRM examination including theories, concepts & real-world work experience.
The Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) - designation is one of the fastest growing professional credentials in the world and is a globally recognized standard for measuring the competence and integrity of investment professionals. This program is comprised of three levels, each culminating in an examination.
Project Management Professional (PMP) - In a competitive business climate, an organization's ability to efficiently align resources and business activities with strategic objectives can mean the difference between succeeding and just surviving. To achieve strategic alignment, organizations are increasingly managing their activities and processes as projects — in essence, projectizing their business — to monitor performance more closely and make better business decisions about their project portfolio.
- 74 of major IT project initiatives fail to be completed on time and on budget
- Every year $75 billion dollars is spent on failed projects
Source: Project Management Institute (PMI)
Multi-billion-dollar corporations, governments, and smaller organizations alike face challenges such as a rapid rate of change, the need for fast deployment of new technology and an unusually high level of skills shortage. Strategic initiatives to address these challenges are increasingly being driven through projects. Making your strategic goals a reality requires proper training, so your organization can gain visibility, insight, and control its portfolio of projects, as well as improve productivity, reduce cycle times, decrease costs, and increase quality.
E-Six Sigma (Six Sigma) - E-Six Sigma Foundation Course introduces the fundamentals of Six Sigma to individual process owners and operators who can then act as team members on Six Sigma projects. Not only do these members gain the skills necessary to identify, monitor and control profit-eating practices in their own processes, but they are also prepared to feed that information to Black Belts and Green Belts working on larger system projects.