Friday, 14 February 2014

Why Professional Currency is critical


In an increasingly competitive business environment, the importance of ensuring that your skills and knowledge are up to date has never been more important.  Laws change, workplace processes change and old skills are replaced or updated with new.
LMS understands the importance of professional and vocational currency for your career. 



Our Workshops
Our Professional Development Workshops are delivered by highly qualified multi award winning trainers with many years of business experience in both the public and private sectors locally and internationally.  Workshop sizes are small to enable your learning experience to be personalised and to provide maximum benefit for your learning experience.  We offer a range of different workshops to suit specific training needs.  Whether your need is leadership or management training, business skills or work health and safety, we offer a wide range of workshops to cater for individual needs. 
Our Difference
At LMS our difference is quality and value.  Highly experienced and qualified trainers committed to your learning. Our trainers don’t simply train – they facilitate your learning.   This is a key difference. You’re guided every step of the way. Our professional development workshops are fun, engaging, interactive and practical.  You’ll learn hands on skills and practical knowledge that you can apply to your workplace. Small workshop sizes to enable your maximum benefit for your investment.
Your Return on Investment
LMS Professional Development Workshops provide the following:
  • Measurable results and learning outcomes.
  • Consistent high quality professional delivery.
  • Permanent knowledge and skills transfer for participants.
  • Identifiable return on investment.
  • An enjoyable, engaging and interactive learning experience.
How to enrol
We're enrolling now for our North Ryde Workshops.  For further details, please visit the events tab on our Facebook page.
Alternatively, please email
if you have any further questions.

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