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Integrated know-how may brings training market turnover

Hardly anything interests corporate decision makers more than long-term efficiency testing. However, the local practice shows that clients rarely expect that the participants of trainings shall be able to apply the acquired knowledge weeks or months later.

Roland Zajko, co-owner of Enetha Learning encourages HR industry professionals, who are not always aware that measurable efficiency is available, to ask for such services. Surely it’s less easy to organize trainings proceeding which participants are able to apply the acquired knowledge weeks or months later. The integrated know-how developed by Enetha does not only aim to give students information but to make them capable of using the skills they have learnt. Developers of the know-how guarantee their clients that participants of the trainings will be able to pass the efficiency test weeks or months proceeding the training.

 “We think that happy-sheets are not satisfactory. First, because they are to be filled just minutes after the trainings and secondly, because they are not tests. Students are not tested at all, neither at the end of the training, nor later. We would like to introduce our integrated know-how, which can cope with the challenge of long-term efficiency.” – said knowledge magement director, Dr. Zoltán Németh, a former employee of Develor.

Enetha is a relatively new player on the Hungarian training market. All of its founders are economists: general director Zsolt Zsuppányi is a former civil servant, Roland Zajkó was head of the sales team at OTP Bank, Beatrix Csízi, a former strategic consultant, has become known as management advisor, and Dr. Zoltán Német was knowledge magement director for Develor. Enetha’s clients include multinational firms as Mars, a Goodyear, Tesco Global or T-Com. (press release)