Les Wiggill is a South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA)/ Sector Education and Training Authority (SETA) Accredited Facilitator and a Registered Assessor with Manufacturing, Engineering and Related Services (MERSETA), and does RPL Assessments for the Motor Industry. He has also written training materials for numerous industries and has an excellent understanding of the challenges facing Businesses in todays though economic environtment.
For the past 19 years, he has been involved in a comprehensive range of Soft Skills Training for Multi nationals and Large Corporations, including; Technical Report Writing, Business Report Writing, Basic Project Management, Leadership, Management, Conflict Handling & Negotiation Skills, Train the Trainer, Effective Sales training, Customer Service, Customer Relationship Management & Key Accounts Management, Coaching & Mentoring, Communication skills, Budgets & Finance for PA’s & Secretaries, Time & Stress Management, Telephone Skills and NCA Training.
He presented the courses mostly through various clients in different sectors throughout the world in various sectors; including Petroleum industry, Professional Engineering Bodies, Motor industry (both Premium and Volume brands), Business Corporations and Financial Institutions, Banks, Government and Quasi-Government Organisations, Scientific Research Organisations, The National Broadcaster, IT Companies and Cellular Communications Companies.
He has written copious manuals and workbooks for major international automotive companies as well as done regular editing of training manuals for numerous training companies within various different sectors of the economy. He also preformed RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning) Assessments and also written training materials for clients in the Many Industries.
In 2014, Les successfully completed the Prince2 Foundation in Project Management course and the Prince2 Practitioner certificate in Project Management. Mr. Wiggill has a passion for empowering people, enabling them to achieve and maximise their full potential. He is an excellent communicator and as such, is able to establish ‘buy-in’ when interacting with the training delegates.