Training and Development is a subsystem of an organization which emphasize on the improvement of the performance of individuals and groups. Training is an educational process which involves the sharpening of skills, concepts, changing of attitude and gaining more knowledge to enhance the performance of the employees and stake holders (Our students).

At Sliem Ltd, we realise this fact and that is the very reason that we have been continuously harnessing this mission and upgrading and implementing modern learning tools across our delivery system.

Our Learning and Development Eco System


Innovation is an inescapable fact of being in business in today’s market. Advancements and developments in technology mean that nearly every industry has been impacted by a variety of innovations within their specific field. If the technology is moving so rapidly, how can you bring your employees up to speed, maximize their innovative potential, and the innovative potential of your organization? That journey begins in the training room.

An innovative training strategy translates to innovative business practices. This may appear as commonsensical, but not every business realizes how training can affect their organization’s competitive edge. The report also found direct links between learning and innovation, diversity and inclusion (D&I) training with revenue growth, and an increase in revenues coupled with increasing investment in L&D.  

An L&D strategy should be built upon a flexible framework, and designed to remain nimble and adjust to continuous organizational changes without compromising either the speed or quality of our talent development strategies.” 

Key Roles and Responsibilities

  • Provide continuous up gradation in learning processes
  • Content Management and Up gradation
  • E Content Development
  • Training of the Trainers on the Teaching Module.
  • Bringing in innovative tools and practices in the business ecosystem and provide synergy
  • Aligning all concerned verticals viz. Marketing , Operations, Placement time to time
  • Seeking feed back on the training processes through students, trainers and  through internal teams.