Lifelong learning with the GAC Corporate Academy

In today’s constantly changing business climate, it is essential to stay up-to-date with the latest developments to provide the best service and get the best results. That’s why vocational training for all staff is a priority for the GAC Group.

Lifelong learning with the GAC Corporate Academy

Our people are our biggest asset. We set up the GAC Corporate Academy (GCA) in 2007, to deliver a wide range of specialised, competency-based learning using leading-edge technology and evolved learning processes in a GAC-specific context.

GCA courses are developed to give GAC people the tools they need to give the best possible support to their customers and help boost their business. Personnel throughout the GAC Group, as well as partners and network agents, can choose from a range of core and job-specific courses including business performance, commercial as well as professional development and leadership programmes. New employee orientation courses and those covering vital issues such as compliance & ethics and HSSE are mandatory for all staff.

e-Learning across borders

Location is not an issue. Most courses are delivered via the state-of-the-art interactive online Learning Management System GAClearn, enabling people from throughout the GAC world to come together and learn together in a virtual classroom.

The GCA’s demand-driven and outcome-oriented courses are constantly updated, to ensure that they remain relevant and directly aligned to our - and your - strategic business objectives. Since the Academy’s foundation, more than 31,000 people have taken up one or more of the 38 courses offered to date.

Since June 2014, the GAC Corporate Academy has been one of an elite group of organisations to achieve ISO 29990 certification in recognition of the learning opportunities it offers, along with the high standard of quality learning services delivered.

The GAC Corporate Academy operates as a semi-autonomous business as part of the GAC Group. For more information, visit GCA's website