Our Training Solutions and Research Solutions translate into increased productivity and enhanced customer service excellence within any industry. Drawing on the knowledge of academic and industry experts from the University of Pretoria, our track record includes high-quality, customised and practical solutions that set us apart from a traditional skills development and research organisation.
We have the ability to provide business-to-business solutions across the full life cycle of services from project
conceptualisation to delivery and capacity building using scientific evidence as basis.
Enterprises University of Pretoria has developed solutions to assist organisations demystify the 4IR focusing on
two key areas, namely, what emerging technologies could be applicable to their future and how will such impact their future, and how should organisations, in general, arrange themselves to better cope with the implications of the 4IR.
<p>The Basic Course Employee Assistance Programmes provides you with the knowledge, skills and insights to become an Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) practitioner in private companies, government departments or service-provider organisations. The course will enhance your knowledge of EAPs (including standards and instruments) to enable you to successfully
<div>The <strong>Online Short Course: Introduction to the Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)</strong> provides an introductory background on the EAP as a field of specialisation. Due to the increase in employees experiencing psycho-social problems, which impact on their personal lives and productivity, the EAP is acknowledged as a tool to assist such employ
<div>Given the dramatic changes in the world of work and careers, and the impact of technological advances impelled by the Fourth Industrial Revolution, a more up-to-date approach is needed to enable career counsellors and their clients to respond adequately to new developments in careers, career choice, and career execution. </div>
<div>Monitoring and evaluation remain a huge challenge within the EAP field, due to lack of knowledge and skill of practitioners, who are often caught up into the operational challenges of the EAP. As such the ability to report on the impact of the EAP on the productivity of employees is seldom sufficiently developed, which also impacts on the Return on Inve