In-house Programmes

​Short programmes delivered for your organisation on your preferred dates, at your premises or ours.

GIBS In-house Short Programmes provide an opportunity to select an existing programme from our extensive portfolio and lightly adapt it to suit your organisational context. Our experienced team, faculty and coaches can provide a solution that emulates your organisation’s unique requirements.


We will work with you to:
  • Determine specific challenges and requirements;
  • Identify a suitable existing GIBS programme; and
  • Lightly adapt the programme content to suit your needs.

How In-house short programmes will benefit your organisation:
  • Programmes can be designed faster as they are based on existing high-impact courses;
  • Access to world-class facilitation from leading local and international faculty and leaders;
  • Collaboration and knowledge sharing between colleagues across the organisation;
  • A strong focus on solutions for immediate challenges of the business;
  • Blended learning approaches to suit your organisational culture;
  • Company Subject Matter Expert (SME) is directly involved in the programme;
  • Co-facilitation with company SMEs; and
  • Practical Learning Projects (PLPs) that have a direct impact on the business.

Our existing portfolio offers programmes in the following areas of interest:
  • Management development;
  • Board and director development;
  • Strategy;
  • Leadership;
  • Finance;
  • Coaching;
  • Marketing and sales;
  • Digitisation;
  • Women in leadership;
  • Personal and organisational effectiveness;
  • Governance;
  • Emerging and dynamic markets; and
  • Enterprise and supplier development.

To find out more about GIBS in-house programmes email inhouse@gibs.co.za. 
Alternatively call a programme advisor on 011 771 4000.
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