People Potential is a multi-award-winning regional Learning & Development consultancy based in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. Established over 40 years ago, we have worked with multinational corporations (including several dozen on the Fortune 500 list) in 20 countries spread across five continents. Learn more at www.peoplepotential.com.
Learning and Development Consultants (Part-time)
- Future-proof yourself by developing design skills for Learning and Development Digital. Opportunity to be a certified Reinforcement Specialist through our Certification in Reinforcement Workshop brought to you by The Reinforcement Academy, Netherlands. This workshop is based on the book ‘Training Reinforcement’ by Anthonie Wurth – an expert on Reinforcement who has designed Reinforcements for more than 3,000 clients globally.
- Fee for workshop: None. Selection based on Application Form and interviews.
- Type of work: Designing post-training reinforcement programmes
- Experience: At least 2 years L&D experience (e.g. as a trainer).
- Office: Taman Desa, Kuala Lumpur
- Fees: Starts at RM40-50/hour based on experience and fluency in the process.
- Study clients’ training programme materials
- Design reinforcement structure to suit specific behavioural objectives
- Create and upload reinforcement activities to a portal
Skills and Qualifications:
- Malaysian citizen or holds relevant residence status, e.g. foreign spouses.
- Degree holder
- 2 or more years of upfront or backend experience in Learning and Development (Training)
- Has experience working in medium to large organisations
- Strong analytical, conceptual & reasoning skills
- Good communication skills (written/verbal)
- Good organising and planning skills (daily, weekly, monthly)
- Good problem-solving skills
- Able to do detailed work
- Able to work both independently and in a team
- Able to give, receive and apply constructive feedback
- Able to meet deadlines
To apply, please fill in our application form.
Please do not send us your resume – save that for the Individual Interview phase.
If you have any questions, email us at [email protected].
The professional who fits well in our firm:
- Mixes easily with people of diverse backgrounds
- Is resourceful (i.e. does not need high maintenance)
- Is fluent in their core work, and does not need much supervision
- Is willing to be supervised if their competency is low in a particular area, or if the item at hand is critical to the organisation
- Follows company SOPs
- Manages commitments (including daily ones) in ways that do not interfere with attending meetings or working towards tight deadlines.
Some of our people-centred practices:
- Open-book policy: All finances are disclosed, including salaries.
- 5-day week. Confirmed employees have a 1-day work-from-home option. We also have 'reduced-hours full-timers' option for staff who cannot commit to a 40-hour week.
- No medical certificate is required for short-duration sick leave.
- Types of leave: Annual, maternity, paternity, celebration, community service, retreat, care giving, and study leave.
- Office attire is smart casual.
- Everyone on first-name basis.
- Whenever possible, we re-design jobs to fit a person's talents and professional goals.
Some complaints we have heard about our practices and policies:
- Climbing stairs (with training bags sometimes) to get to the office (we’re on the second floor).
- Most of your time will be spent in the office, at least in the first 6 months.
- During crunch times, the work-week might stretch to 60 hours or more, resulting in late nights or lost weekends. This can happen several times each quarter.
- New hires sometimes have lots of ideas on how to change things, but many of these are deemed unsuitable by senior management. It can be frustrating.
Awards & Recognition
- 2018: Best Management Training Provider – Gold Winner
- 2017: Best Management Training Provider – Silver Winner
- 2017: SME Employer of the Year
- 2016: Employee Work Life Balance – Bronze Winner