Viscar Industrial Capacity safety training courses contain over 80 topics and provides your employees with often mandated safety skills pertaining to general health and regulatory compliance..
Viscar Industrial Capacity Ltd is a dynamic Training, Consulting and Resourcing firm that provides innovative Information Technology and Engineering solutions for corporates and businesses. Viscar has a rich history of driving innovation and excellence in capacity building and partners with organizations to enhance productivity and optimize strategic output.Founded in 2008, Viscar has to date equipped over 5000 staff with skills and knowledge in technology that has improved productivity, increased efficiency and reduced risks in several organizations. . In the period, Viscar has also provided advisory and consulting services for over 20 organizations across a wide range of sectors.
Training is defined as a learning process that involves acquisition of knowledge, sharpening of skills, concepts, and rules or changing of attitudes of behavior to enhance the performance of employees. At Viscar, we stand by this and ensure delivery of training is top.more
Viscar offers expert and professional consultancy services in several areas in I.T and Engineering. Our consultancy methodology follows three phase approach : Strategic blueprint and literature review, Discovery and Design, Reports and recommendation.more
Viscar undertakes recruitment consultancy for the Information Technology and Engineering segments of the business. It takes a lot of time and dedication to recruit the right people for Information Technology and Engineering functions.more
Viscar EGDP training was an eye opener and it helped me bridge the gap between the engineering in class setup and the real-life skills employers require.
Viscar Training programs are great in content and skills development, I personally gained an enormous amount of industry-related skills and new technologies.
Viscar EGDP training shaped my telecommunications and ICT skills. It has bridged the gap of the knowledge acquired in the university to skills required by the industry. This led to my understanding of contractors, Internet service providers to regulators within the telecom industry.