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Lowe to set up management training center ‘Lintas College’

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Lowe to set up management training center ‘Lintas College’

In an effort to enhance the in-house capabilities in training and development, Lowe is setting up a management training centre termed ‘Lintas College’ at Khandala. Billed the ‘North Point Learning Resource Centre’ the present endeavour is aimed at conducting training initiatives for all the managerial professionals of the organisation across the nation.

According to the agency, the initiative will also aid the organisation in conducting robust post-induction programme for the talent that is recruited from management campuses.

Also, the agency affirms that these resources along with the proprietary tool kits in training and development that are available with Lowe will be made available to corporates willing to conduct training programmes for employees.

The agency will also have an in-house pool of trainers who would be deploying the training initiatives in the organisation as per the charted schedules. Further, in sync with this initiative the agency has also rolled out a three-tier training and career development programme for the employees.

According to source the programme will try to address the needs of professionals across levels. Accordingly, at the junior level the initiative will enhance the presentation skills, insight mining and brand planning capabilities.


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