By CTU Training Solutions · September 3, 2015 1:32 pm
CARY, NC, July 9, 2015 – TrainingIndustry.com has announced its Top 20 Workforce Development Companies List, as part of its mission to continually monitor the training marketplace for the best providers of training services and technologies.
Selection to this year’s Top 20 Workforce Development Companies List was based on the following criteria:
“The workforce development segment continues to adapt to meet ever-changing development needs within organizations.” said Ken Taylor, president, Training Industry Inc. “These companies continue to provide effective ways of improving workforce performance across all industries.”
“The 2015 Top 20 Workforce Development providers are some of the strongest in the industry,” said Doug Harward, chief executive officer, Training Industry, Inc. “The companies selected are remarkable leaders in providing curriculum development, consulting and certification for corporate workforce development needs.”
About CTU and why we were listed
We believe that companies should have a suitable skills development plan to optimize the technologies that are deployed, systematically developing potential employees to address the skills gap as a great way to achieve empowered human capital.
Our solutions include:
- Customized Training
- Mobile Pearson VUE Test Centre
- Registered Learnerships
- Internship Programmes
- National Footprint
- Human Resource Development Solutions
- Recognition of Prior Learning
- SATV Benefits Programme
- Virtual Online Learning
- Digital Courseware
- Online Labs
- Recruitment Division (www.cturecruits.co.za)
- Skills Assessments
- Microsoft Competency Attainment
- On-Premise Training Delivery
- Day, Evening and Saturday Classes
- Short Skills Development Programmes
Through various school visits, training interventions and solution consulting in 2014 CTU generated a database of 23 383 leads considering careers in the IT industry which feeds into our youth workforce development initiatives.
634 individuals were registered in 2014 to attend a first year Microsoft course (MCSA, MCSE and MCSD) aligned to a national qualification. In 2014, we managed to build a database of 38 106 students with the aim of enrolling 732 individuals first year Microsoft students in 2015 which resulted in a growth average of 86%.
We cater for SMME, government, corporates and individuals alike, providing training solutions on various technologies through workforce development programmes, internship programmes, student-to-business programmes and part time training resulting in a corporate growth of 38% in FY15.
In FY15 CTU has delivered more than 5 000 certifications, a high volume of new customers developing and proving their skills in FY15. We are currently accommodating more than 30 learnership projects (SANDF, Societe General, Tractional, Netsurit, Cisco, Ricoh and FNB to name a few) across South Africa hosting over 400 students on various NQF4-NQF6 national qualifications.
CTU has partnered with both Cisco and Red Hat to align the international certifications to national qualifications in order to provider a larger selection of certification based qualifications to increase the skills pool in South Africa.