About Swaziland Institute of Management And Policy studies
Swaziland Institute of Management & Policy studies is a professional training, consulting and research institution, offering corporate training programs (capacity building), consulting and research services that are aimed at improving organizational performance and productivity in the areas related to:
Human Resource Management
Sales and Marketing Management and Administration
Monitoring and Evaluation
Information Communication Technology (ICT)
Governance & Ethics
Communication and Life Management Skills.
Our training workshops and consultancy services are designed to meet the client’s specific and strategic needs as well as meet the challenges of development and globalization, dynamic environment and the ever –increasing competitive pressure. While providing varied services, our specialty is in developing human resources (capacity building) aimed at enhancing the performance and productivity of an organization.
Vision and Mission
To be a leader in providing quality and professional training and other consultancy services at national and regional level.
Aims and Objectives
To provide creative solutions for complex organizational problems, top quality training programs, workshops and consulting services that will improve personal as well as organization performance.
To provide corporate training and consultancy services designed to promote and improve organizational advancement in both the private and public sectors.
To provide corporate training and consultancy services that support the development of a culture of productivity, quality, synergy (team work), honesty, hard work, transparency, and accountability among employees in an organization.
To offer appropriate corporate training on pressing and topical issues as dictated by need, such as corporate governance, environmental issues and natural conservation and management awareness, health and safety at the work place, management and awareness of HIV/AIDS scourge etc.
To maintain cordial relationship with the government of Swaziland and other countries that SIMPS will be involved with, and seek the participation of the various government organs in discharging its duties.