Cutting Edge Training
As a firm we also provide accountancy training services; which gives our staff the added advantage of always being up to date with the most modern practices. It also means that instead of simply advising your firm on what to do, we are able to help you develop and invest in your own staff, by giving them an expert understanding of the environment they are working in.
In a broad sense, professional development may include formal types of vocational education, typically post-secondary or poly-technical training leading to qualification or credential required to obtain or retain employment. Professional development may also come in the form of pre-service or in-service professional development programs. These programs may be formal, or informal, group or individualized. Individuals may pursue professional development independently, or programs may be offered by human resource departments. Professional development on the job may develop or enhance process skills, sometimes referred to as leadership skills.
Professional development opportunities can range from a single workshop to a semester-long academic course, to services offered by a medley of different professional development providers and varying widely with respect to the philosophy, content, and format of the learning experiences. Some examples of approaches to professional development include