We are aware that offering training for Planning/Operations Engineers brings several benefits for the organization and its clients.

Organizational Structure

By providing specialized training programs, our organization equips its engineers with the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in project planning and operational execution. This enhances the organization’s ability to deliver high-quality services to clients, ensuring performance improvement, consistency, and predictability in project outcomes. Well-trained engineers can effectively plan projects, allocate resources efficiently, and mitigate risks, resulting in successful project execution.

Our Trainings also enables engineers to adopt actionable lookback and fast learning processes. They can conduct comprehensive project reviews, analyze performance data, and identify areas for improvement. This approach leads to a culture of continuous improvement within the organization, ensuring that lessons learned are applied to future projects.


Local Content Development Plan and Policy

Clients benefit from this mindset as it enhances the provider’s ability to deliver better results over time, increasing client satisfaction and fostering long-term relationships.

Additionally, our training instills a sense of professionalism and expertise in Planning/Operations Engineers. This enhances the organization’s reputation and competitiveness in the market.

Clients are more likely to trust and choose a provider that demonstrates a commitment to ongoing skill development and knowledge enhancement. The organization’s trained engineers can offer innovative solutions, effectively manage project challenges, and provide valuable insights to clients, further solidifying their trust and satisfaction.

Overall, from a provider lens, we offer training programs for Planning/Operations Engineers enables the organization to deliver high-quality services, improve project outcomes, foster a culture of continuous improvement, and enhance its reputation in the market. Clients benefit from the organization’s skilled and knowledgeable engineers, leading to successful project execution and long-term partnerships.

In case of specialized services requiring technical expertise not readily available in Ghana, our SCM Team has identified central procurement and logistics risks and developed mitigation strategies to avoid negative impacts on the project. Our Ghana Content and Engagement Plan (GCEP) outlines the use of Ghanaians for all labor works not requiring foreign expertise.

At Krapah Consulting, we are committed to efficient and ethical procurement processes that provide maximum value for the project. Our goal is to support the Ghanaian community and maintain a high level of quality in all our projects.