PwCs’ Business School provides a distinctive approach to learning and development, tailored for both our clients and our people.
PwC’s Business School grows talent by upskilling our people, clients, profession and the wider business community with the right skills and core competencies to ensure that they reach their full potential. To achieve this we provide learning solutions that are relevant in today’s business environment and are linked to business strategy and specific industry factors.
For PwC, developing people and sharing knowledge is central to how we do business. We believe it is pivotal to the achievement of growth in our firm, our clients, industries and the broader economy.
Due to our deep experience within our industry and our knowledge of our clients and the industries in which they operate, we are subject matter experts in a variety of areas. This knowledge base is constantly growing. PwC’s Business School is therefore focussed on delivering relevant learning and development solutions based on this knowledge and our practical experience.
The Accounting Centre at PwC's Business School provides regular courses on the latest developments in IFRS, as well as offering client-specific training events. Our approach to training goes beyond the theoretical requirements of accounting standards and provides insight into the practical challenges of compliance, the perspectives of accounting regulators, and the views of investors.
The Business School's Tax Centre aims to demystify the SA tax minefield. The complexity, sophistication and sheer volume of tax legislation, case law and practice has increased exponentially over the last decade or so, and most taxpayers are not even sure what they need to be aware of. We offer a series of generic public seminars on various topics, as well as bespoke client-specific training sessions.
Disruptions abound in today's business world. Some stakeholders want boards to become more diverse, and increasingly vocal shareholders want to communicate differently with company directors and management. Technology is drastically altering the world of business, presenting vast new opportunities and increasingly pronounced risks. Things are changing in the corporate governance world.
PwC’s Business School provides a distinctive approach to learning and development, tailored for both our clients and our people.
Our footprint in Africa is unsurpassed – we are operate in all the three market areas (South Market Area, East Market Area and West Market Area). The business school is represented in countries across the African continent including Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana, Mozambique, Namibia and Zimbabwe.
PwC is an accredited learning provider through FASSET.
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