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Personal Partnership & Lifelong Learning

Why choose ProjectPro as a Personal and lifelong Learning Partner?

By staying competitive in today’s changing global marketplace, we need to be innovative and adaptive.

Achieving this depends on the skill and knowledge of our team.

How do we acquire this?  

By innovating and trying new processes, we support a continual process of learning.

Learning needs to be on a flexible, on-demand, and continual basis to contribute to this kind of cutting-edge performance.

Updating knowledge or skills continuously can help you in your professional and personal life for a few reasons. Here is Why:

Top Performer

Developing new skills and knowledge can increase personal performance or competence on the job.

Career development

Additional training, education, or skill development can help achieve goals for those pursuing a career path or wanting to rotate into a new position.

Licenses or Certifications

Pursuing additional learning is also important for those who need to obtain or update professional licenses or certifications.

Promotions or incentives

Spending time to learn a new skill or obtain new knowledge can benefit work performance and influence future promotion or financial incentives.

Personal enrichment

Often a person’s interests extend beyond the job they do daily. Pursuing extracurricular interests can lead to insight and developments that open the door to new, future opportunities.

Stay marketable

Staying current in the trends and advances of one’s profession can help an employee stay marketable in their profession should anything change.

Let us look at the different ways on how you can engage in continuous learning:

Formal learning

Formal learning includes the ways a learner can gain new knowledge and skills via learning initiatives that have already been pre-determined, organized, and implemented for a specific learning purpose or goal.

This can include:

  • a university or college course
  • training programs from within the organization
  • external workshops or conferences
  • e-Learning courses
  • Mobile learning courses

Social learning

Social learning includes all the ways a learner interacts, discusses, collaborates, and learns from others to increase knowledge or learn new skills.

This can be both formal, informal, including:

  • Discussion and collaboration on social media
  • Finding blogs or other resources to gain deeper insight
  • Working with other co-workers
  • Coaching and mentoring
  • On-the-job training

Join our community discussions on our social media platforms or if you need coaching and mentoring contact us we are here for you to succeed!

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