TTRO understands the nature of organisations and their common training needs. TTRO has connected the dots and is tactically developing a practical and engaging library of essential digital training awareness programmes and fully accredited courses that is available to access 24/7 to boost your workplace skills plan or your sector skills plan.
We proudly present TTRO ‘Learning on Demand’!
TTRO ‘Learning on Demand’ is the first of its kind, taking a “made in Africa” approach to the generic content marketplace that provides quality, localised, educational content on demand for corporates, the public sector and individuals.
With the ever-changing parameters of the workplace, our mission is to provide an easily accessible platform, where learners can take the initiative to become skilled digital citizens and develop the competencies to compete at both a local and global level. The TTRO ‘Learning on Demand’ content marketplace is curated to provide learners with relevant learning solutions, ranging from simple awareness courses to full SAQA qualifications.
Does your organisation need quick upskilling on topics such and compliance and legislation, that not only ticks off the auditing checks, but keeps learner engaged with our interactive digital training solutions? With the constant changes in legislation we make it a pain-free process by keeping our courses constantly updated, so your workforce are fully compliant.
Do you have WSP budget to spend, but are concerned about time spent away from desks, and the high costs of traditional Instructor Lead Programmes?
With TTRO ‘Learning on Demand’, we look at solving two different problems. Firstly, we have identified core training programmes across different sectors that most organizations need from a compliance and a competency perspective and have developed them so you don’t have to!
Benefits of our service
Cost-effective solution that is scalable across your departments.
Measurable data you can use for WSP or SDP’s auditing.
Upskill your workforce with necessary competencies and legislation