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Who We Are


We are a professional (and executive) training and consulting firm originally based in Cape Town South Africa with offices now Sandton! We provide corporate solutions to public sector and private sector organizations. Our focus is Capacity Building with an aim of adding value to Accredited Qualifications already held or envisioned to be held by individuals or organizations!

At Corporate Consulting & Training International (CCTI) we design and deliver quality professional training and Human Resource Development training solutions to enhance team potential and develop new skills.

CCTI provides a unique range of training programmes focused on the development of leadership skills and personal skills for the benefit organizations in Africa, Middle East and other Third world countries. Africa and most third world countries face new policy challenges as they develop and in turn, would require stronger institutions and higher skill Levels. CCTI focuses on the providing smarter training solutions to corporate learning and development via online learning, assessments and Awards.

Online Staff and Trainers

CCTI has a team of 30 highly qualified consultants/ trainers  to deliver the courses. These consultants are specialists actively involved in training and consulting in their particular fields. This gives our consultants a fuller insight into delegate needs as well as knowledge about actual trends in the market which makes the courses extremely practical and relevant.

CCTI can provide courses as customized on-site training specifically for requesting and larger organizations. This provides the benefits of discounted prices, convenient training at your premises and the opportunity to customize the course to the company’s specific needs.

Since the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, South Africa is now a rapidly changing and uncertain landscape. Coronavirus (COVID-19) has impacted every avenue of our lives and altered the way we live – therefore we’ve been changing how we deliver our face-to-face health and safety training courses. The rules below must be followed to ensure we keep everybody safe.

General Rules

In order to keep yourself and others safe during these current times, CCTI requires that the following be adhered to at all times. This includes self-assessment before arrival and behaviour during the course. The initial guidance sections below relate to training at the

Travelling to and attending a course

We encourage delegates attending our courses at our Training Centre in Kings Norton, Birmingham, to:

  • Select the most appropriate travel method
  • Please park on the staff car park with your car facing the Training Centre visitor entrance, to ensure that all driver doors are separated.
  • Ensure that you leave a two-metre distance between you and anyone else when walking to or from the car park
  • If you arrive very early for your course, we would ask that you stay in your vehicle or a reasonable distance outside the premises until 9am, when the doors will open.

Hygiene arrangements

All equipment used during the course will be sanitized at the beginning and end of each day, including table tops or any other smooth surfaces, including door handles etc.

Everyone is required to wash their hands regularly using the soap and water provided for at least 20 seconds each time, or use hand sanitizer if you are unable to access the sinks. This includes:

  • Upon arrival at the training center
  • After using the toilet
  • Before and after eating
  • After blowing your nose, coughing or sneezing
  • And, if you use a tissue, make sure you dispose of it straight away into the bin.

Doors will be propped open to reduce touching of door handles. For doors that cannot be propped open, e.g. fire doors, these will be sanitized regularly throughout the day.

Drinks machines will be cleaned and sanitized at regular intervals throughout the day by CCTI staff; all cups used must be disposed of immediately after use into the bins provided.

Social distancing

Social distancing measures educe social interaction between people. You need to be mindful to keep away from others by at least two metres:

  • When entering the classroom, please choose the desk furthest away from the door.
  • Keep your distance in the breakout area by sitting at the tables and chairs provided; at the locations provided (please do not move chairs and tables).
  • Do not queue for access to toilets etc. unless you can keep two metres apart
  • Do not congregate in groups in the breakout area or when smoking outside. Should the fire alarm be activated, you must use the fire exit closest to you and make your way to the assembly point. Do not use the main visitor entrance unless this is your closest fire exit and then stand near the designated fire point but keep two metres apart from others.
  • We will ask that you have lunch breaks at your allotted desk, an allocated table in the breakout room, or in your own vehicles.


Delegates can bring and wear relevant PPE when attending courses, which should include, but are not limited to:

  • Disposable gloves.
  • A face mask or visor.

Sufficient and appropriate PPE will be provided by CCTI where this is required for activities.

Any PPE brought to the training centre must be removed and disposed of by the individual at the end of each day or course. The trainer will reserve the right to insist on particular PPE or equipment that must be used and that PPE or equipment brought for personal use is sufficient to protect anyone affected.

Where delegates will be working within two metres of another person, it is recommended that this is limited to intervals of a maximum of 15 minutes where possible. Examples of this may be where it is necessary for two people to lift an item or person for a safety critical practical task.