Customised programmes

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Using our expertise within PwC Vietnam and across the South East Asia region, we can provide tailored training programmes to meet your needs, whether technical or soft skills focused. Here are some courses we run for clients on a regular basis:

Technical Courses Soft skills Courses

Our training solutions cover both the financial and the non-financial sector. Our trainers are experts with a proven track record in their field, as well as experience in the facilitation of learning sessions. They transfer their knowledge and expertise in a wide range of areas, including:

  • Accounting and Finance
  • Business Operations
    • Market entry strategy
    • Customer & revenue growth
    • Operations strategy - Procurement
    • Supply chain network optimisation
    • Lean manufacturing & processing
  • Internal Audit
  • Risk & Control
  • Tax

In additional to technical expertise, an organisation’s success ultimately depends on skills related to attitudes and behaviour. In order to accompany people in their personal development, we offer a comprehensive portfolio of solutions including:

  • Behavioural Preferences
  • Business Partnering
  • Think on Your Feet®
  • Presenting with Impact
  • Effective Negotiation Skills
  • Building Trusted Relationships
  • Coaching Conversations
  • Service Excellence with a Heart
  • Smarter Selling

If you are interested in running any of these courses in your organisation, or need support to design and deliver a unique programme to meet a particular training need, then please contact us for further information.

Our Approach

To ensure the impact of our learning events, we collaborate with our subject matter experts to combine their technical expertise with our adult learning approach. The unique blend of up-to-date content and effective methodology is what makes sessions delivered by our Academy visibly different. We believe that, when it comes to knowledge transfer and developing new skills, the “how” is as important as the “what”.