Training & Development

Corporate Training

Corporate Training is a means of ensuring that the employees have the required skills that enhances their productivity. Our training program aims to accelerate the work power of the employees and thereby ensures that the employee enjoys every second of the job and in turns converts that every second to success.

The highlighted topics that are covered in our program are:

  • Customer service
  • Efficiency and Productivity
  • Facilitation
  • Interpersonal Communication and Team Building
  • Primax Management and Leadership Development
  • Personal Skill Development
  • Risk Primax Management
  • Written Communication
  • Business Etiquette
  • Stress Primax Management/Work-Life Balance
  • Relationship Building and Professionalism

Personality Development

“Personality”– the word sounds so much familiar and when it is attempted to define, we often fall short of words! That’s the speciality of ‘personality’.

Most Important Personality Development Tips :

  • Know yourself
  • Bring positivity in your outlook
  • Have an opinion
  • Meet new people
  • Read more often and develop new interests
  • Be a good listener
  • Be a little fun
  • Work on your Body Language
  • Check your attire
  • Be yourself
  • Be confident

Faculty Development

“True teachers are those who use themselves as bridges over which they invite their students to cross; then, having facilitated their crossing, joyfully collapse, encouraging them to create their own.” – Nikos Kazantzakis

The Program focuses on :

  • Understanding self visa vi the expectation of the role of faculty
  • Knowing current trends in Education sector
  • Understanding how to stay relevant with the current trends of teaching
  • Different and engaging methods of teaching.
  • How to create value in students’ life.
  • Being asset to the organization

Placement Training

One of the highlights of Primax Foundation is Pre-Placement training for students. This includes the following intensive skills training.

Personality Development Skills for a Corporate Life :

  • Corporate Communication Skills
  • Stress Primax Management Skills
  • Presentation Skills
  • Public Speaking Skills
  • Positive Attitude
  • Quantitative Ability Skills
  • Reasoning and Verbal Ability Skills
  • Effective Resume Writing
  • Group Discussion
  • Interview skills

Soft Skill Development

This workshop is designed to improve communication at all levels within an organization.Communication happens at many levels within the organization, both formally and informally. It is essential to communicate effectively in both settings.

Participants will explore the key competencies of communication including :

  • Personal awareness, constructive feedback and self-control
  • Active listening and responding
  • Building a mutual desire for trust and respect
  • Direct and indirect communication
  • One-way versus two-way communication
  • Common errors of communication
  • Accepting others and their opinions based on their style
  • Looking ahead and focusing on growth and opportunities based on style

Academic and Research Forum

Institutions and the country as a whole should support research and science.” – A.P.J. Abdul Kalam

Why Research ?

  • Contribution towards the Community of Knowledge workers.
  • The new competitive landscape requires continuous research and analysis of data for insight.
  • Analytical Tools provide Business Insights.
  • New patterns of relationship, predicting the behavior and evolution system and mitigating risk.
  • Positive Attitude
  • The functioning of ARF is controlled by an executive committee with representatives from all departments from various colleges and universities.

Conference and Seminar

A Symposium

A Symposium is a formal gathering in an academic setting where participants are experts in their fields. These experts present or deliver their opinions or viewpoints on a chosen topic of discussion. It would be correct to label a symposium as a small scale conference as the number of delegates is smaller. There are the usual discussions on the chosen topic after the experts have presented their speeches. The chief characteristic of a symposium is that it covers a single topic or subject and all the lectures given by experts are completed in a single day.

A Conference

A Conference refers to a formal meeting where participants exchange their views on various topics. Conference can take place in different fields, and it need not be academic in nature all the time. Thus, we have parent teacher conferences, sport conferences, a trade conference, a conference of journalists, conference of doctors, a conference of research scholars, and so on. A conference is a meeting that has been prearranged and involves consultation and discussion on a number of topics by the delegates. Conference and symposium are similar events where speakers come together and give their opinions on a chosen subject.

A Seminar

A Seminar is a form of academic instruction, either at a university or offered by a commercial or professional organization. It has the function of bringing together small groups for recurring meetings, focusing each time on some particular subject, in which everyone are requested to present for active participation. The Instructor has prepared the concepts and techniques they will present and discuss through a combination of visual materials, interactive tools or equipment, and demonstrations. It includes some take home material for the participants that relates to the lecture.


Why Would You Give A Workshop ?

Why choose a workshop, when you could use some other method like a study circle, a course, on-the-job training, etc.? Because there are a number of different ways to teach people things, and because people learn things in different ways, a workshop has some advantages (and some disadvantages, too, most notably the lack of time it provides) over these other methods that make it a good choice in certain circumstances.

What Is A Workshop ?

  • They’re generally small, usually from 6 to 15 participants, allowing everyone some personal attention and the chance to be heard.
  • They’re often designed for people who are working together, or working in the same field.
  • They’re conducted by people who have real experience in the subject under discussion.
  • They’re often participatory, i.e. participants are active, both in that they influence the direction of the workshop and also in that they have a chance to practice the techniques, skills, etc. that are under discussion.

  • When Would You Want To Conduct A Workshop ?

    The demonstration of a new concept. If someone in an organization has been exposed to a particularly exciting new idea or technique, he may want to conduct a workshop on it for his colleagues, or the organization may want to bring in someone to do so. The explanation of something to the public. An organization may conduct a public workshop on its issue, in order to make sure that people are informed about its cause or about what it is doing. An adult literacy program may hold a workshop on illiteracy in its local area, for instance, or a shelter might hold one on the causes and consequences of homelessness.

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    Prof. T . Rajeswari

    President, Primax Foundation,

    201/1,Nagadevanahalli, 80, Feet Ring Road, Jnanabharathi Post,
    Bengaluru – 560056, Karnataka.India

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