Training Services


We equip our clients with the essential knowledge and skills in positioning, managing and supporting their corporate initiatives through experiential learning programmes. The types of learning programmes include:   



  • Executive training programmes covering relevant management concepts, techniques and tools to improve competencies in facilitating, process, knowledge, IT Governance and change initiatives
  • Customised facilitation workshops for strategy formulation, programme planning and management and team development
KDi's 3E Learning Methodology

We deliver our learning programmes using our 3E learning methodology. The purpose of our learning m ethodology is to address the learning motivation of our participants, create a sustainable impact , and enhance their performance . These are achieved through our unique learning process that not only increases the learners’ ability to assimilate but also to link their learning to work performance.



KDi’s 3E learning methodology enables the learning process to be enriching, enjoyable and predominantly, experiential. This improves job performance by creating learning experiences based on actual job needs. 





We work with clients directly in creating and implementing change programmes that improve the performance and productivity for their target audience. Based on our in-depth understanding gained through these engagements, our courses are designed to equip participants with the pragmatic know-how and skills that are pertinent to develop and sustain their change initiatives.





We make the learning process delightful yet stimulating. Participants remain in control of the learning process and are given the opportunity to make decisions in an environment that encourages risk-taking and experimentation. The result is a positive feeling that makes the learning outcome more meaningful and rewarding.



We recognise that most people learn best from their own experiences and personal reflection. Such an approach fosters real change in behaviour and attitudes. Hence, the desired competency is achieved beyond basic awareness about an advanced subject such as knowledge management as it also leverages one’s own practical experience.