CAE Angola | Formação ING
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Formação ING

About This Project


The CAE provides training in the following areas:

  • Health, Safety and Environment (HSSE)
  • Offers and contracts
  • Business Ethics
  • Financial Management
  • Supply chain management
  • Human Resources
  • Marketing management
  • Business plans
  • Quality management systems

Training Areas

Our consultants work individually with each company, thereby contributing to a more effective management and an increase in the quality of services provided by it. In addition, CAE helps companies registered to be acquainted with the presentation of business proposals process and provides ongoing post-contract support where this is required.

Supply Chain Management

Logistic chain or supply chain is the group of suppliers to meet the needs of a company in the creation and development of its products. It can also be understood as a form of collaboration between suppliers, retailers and consumers to create value. Logistic chain can be defined as the cycle of life of the processes that comprise the physical flows, information, financial and knowledge, which aims to satisfy the end user requirements with products and various related service providers. The logistic chain, however, is not limited to the flow of goods or information on Client → Supplier sense. There is also a flow of information, complaints and products, among others, in the sense Customer → Supplier.

Hygiene, Health, Safety and Environment

Accidents and work-related diseases are of concern to justify a safety culture. This culture should be started as soon as possible. High levels of security are possible only if they meet the following objectives: Increased prevention of occupational accidents and occupational diseases. Increase comfort status of people at work. Develop the working population awareness and the demand for decent working conditions.

Quality Management

When we talk about processes, clearly there is a need to ensure a set of key activities for the planning, development and implementation of a service. These activities must be efficient but also effective, as there should be full integration throughout the organization. Its applicability necessarily involves improving all these activities and their interrelationships. When we talk about improvement, it must be continuous, and is an essential part of quality management. It refers to how organizations can improve their performance and effort required so that services are provided in order to excellence.

In a nutshell we can take a sample of good practices with a view to excellence:

Customers are the center of the business;
Clear direction and responsible attitude;
Continuous learning and innovation;
Valuing people;
Participate in collaborative working practices;
Making evidence-based decisions.

Human Resource Management

HR are that attentive to personal desires and social environment within the organization, seeking to insert quality of life programs at work, providing training and financial incentives and welfare policies.

In general, the management of human resources have the following functions and activities: human resource planning; recruitment and selection; integration of human resources; analysis and job descriptions; performance evaluation; remuneration and incentives; hygiene and safety at work; vocational training and personal development and control and audit of human resources.

For example, the Human Resources Planning is to identify what should be done to get employees needed to achieve the objectives of the company. So that this planning is done right it is necessary for HR managers know the nature of the objectives of the organization, knowledge of the labor market and domestic availability, as well as having the domain of planning techniques.