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Ladies, listen up: the PS Professional® Athlete Course is for you

Belinda Clarke, trainer and Edu-coach is here to help you embrace productivity and align your habits – for good – with her productivity boot camp, aka the PS Professional® Athlete course.

By participating in a PS Professional® course you will be ready for anything life may throw at you; to be a successful businesswoman in South Africa, learn from the successful people around you – embrace what they impart to you. Seize any and every opportunity to grow and to improve.

How Accredited Project Management can propel your company into the future

Project Management


Your company may be built on a solid foundation, but for a successful business you will need everyone to be goal orientated. In this case that means that projects are completed with the objective of receiving constructive feedback, before the final product is delivered.  

Why being “Internationally Recognised” is so important


What does internationally recognised mean?

Internationally recognised means your accreditation or degree is valid all over the world and will be recognised in the same light as the country it was given in. 


The 4 Most Important Skills to have as a Project Manager

prince2 foundationA project manager is essentially the ‘boss’ of making sure the job gets done, and gets done right. To be done right, a strategy must be followed in order to ensure things are on time and within budget. Not only this, the project manager is responsible for overseeing those working within the project and their work.

To be a successful project manager you will need a few skills up your sleeve to make it work.

Why the Prince2 Certification is so Sought After

Prince2 certification, Prince2 Practitioner, prince2 training

The Prince2 certification is sought after for many reasons, all of which will create opportunities, boost your career and ensure personal development. In order to master project management, the Prince2 Practitioner course is essential.


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