+27 83 616 0434 jane@trainingpartners.co.za

A Holistic Learning Experience

Training Partners has been operating since 2000.
We specialise in designing learning and development programmes and workshops around individual, team and organisational performance.

Training Partners purpose is to upskill individuals and teams so that we create a sustainable future. Our vision is to enhance participants and organisational results through skills development and application. We do this through understanding our client’s needs and then customising development programmes for individuals, teams and organisations.

Training Partners fundamental belief is in the holistic learning experience. We apply the philosophy of action and experiential learning so that participants can apply the learning back at the workplace. All facilitators have a sound understanding of business and a solid academic background.

Our Approach


Partner with the client sponsor to scope the project


Design the learning


Facilitate the learning


Evaluate the application of learning

Learning Offering

Training Partners compiles and customises learning and development in three competency areas:
Training, facilitation and communication skills.
Personal mastery
Employee engagement, talent management, people management, human resource business partner, transitioning to the role of first line supervisor, balancing competing demands as middle managers, coaching for results.
All the courses are designed according to adult learning principles (androgogy) and are outcomes based.  Facilitators use all aspects of the learning cycle: thinking, reasoning, practice and reflection, in their courses.  All the courses are geared towards outcomes in which skill is built from a strong foundation of knowledge and values.


We offer the following assessment services:

  • • Training needs analysis
  • • Employee engagement assessment
  • • Enneagram behaviour assessment
  • • Measurement of return on investment and learning


As a kid growing up, education was very important within our home. I had parents who attended every parent/teacher meeting to ensure that there is support from the school and teacher when required. Later during university, I realised the importance of engaging frequently with my lecturers. As an educator they would give advice and guidance when going astray or provide the necessary tools when a gap was identified within the learning journey. Approaching an educator is not always easy, and I found that those who were passionate, transparent and approachable were extremely encouraging. A good teacher/educator is hard to find (especially from someone on the receiving end).

My first engagements with Jane on the BMP course was met with a smile (I had no idea who she was), this immediately created an environment of sharing and openness. I soon realised just how much she portrayed the traits of one amazing educator, who was passionate about people – I don’t believe that just anyone can do this, this is a passion which needs to exude through the interaction and engagement with the person – I mean, who gives their cellphone number out to a class of strangers, and then still encourages them to contact her should guidance or direction be required (she was true to her word, we took advantage over weekends and holiday period J). Educators of such a nature should not be called educators, but leaders. Leaders of people who will commit to the development of others, and who celebrate the winnings and empathise when there are personal struggles. Someone who makes you think, challenges you and pushes for only the best (I was so encouraged, that I approached someone to mentor me in my career development).  

A good teacher can inspire hope; ignite the imagination, and instill a love of learning.” – Brad Henry. Jane as an LPF has done this, has inspired me to push for better ] (and my team members). I would like to express my gratitude for her role and the part she played in this journey; for being that constant, the ‘go to’ person (we all need that one person).  I am so grateful that she was so approachable – she made the journey do-able.

 P.S. Catching feelings on doing an MBA – that’s what this leader has doneJ  Thanks Jane

The only thing worse than training your employees and having them leave is not training them and having them stay.
— Henry Ford, Founder, Ford Motor Company