Stand Out is designed to give young adults choices. Whether you're at school, university, or taking a gap year, having a job to support your aspirations is a must. An income gives us choices to: end tertiary studies with little or no debt, travel, save, support ourselves, support others, or simply just to party. Whatever our motivation, we need an income to have a choice.
Our Stand Out programme is designed for young adults who want to get a job, be a great employee, and get a head start in life. There is so much scope in NZ to differentiate yourself in the workforce, and it's really easy to do. Stand Out will show you how.
Stand Out is a 3-module programme, each module building a competency that all employers look for: Communication skills, Personal Effectiveness, and Customer Service. You'll learn more about yourself and how to better connect with others. You'll learn how to give colleagues and customers a great experience when interacting with you - these are core skills that any employer will pay for!
With over 13 years experience training managers and staff in many different organisations we know what employers are looking for. We've worked in sales and marketing management positions ourselves so understand business and how to be competitive. We're also parents of young adults at high school and university so know how challenging it can be to back yourself to find a good job and get promoted.
As far as we know there isn't another programme like Stand Out in New Zealand. Stand Out takes a blended learning approach: face to face workshops that are supported with applied learning exercises, peer discussion, and one on one coaching. Research tells us that if you want to remember more than only 10% of what you've learnt on a training course, you need to have the backup exercises, discussions, coaching, and support. You'll get this on Stand Out.
Learning how to be a valuable employee will give you a competitive advantage over your peers and set you up for life. It's the 'University of Life'. Download our course outline.
Enrol for the 2018 programme now as the class size is restricted to a maximum of only 20.