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SLT Human Capital Solutions partners Rede Solutions to provide innovative learning solutions


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SLT Human Capital Solutions CEO Roshan Kaluarachchi exchanging the signed agreement with Rede Solutions Director Rajini Kannangara. From left: Head of Human Resources, Legal and Administration Diwan Ruwanpura, Manager HR Nuwan Gamage and SLT Human Capital Solutions Assistant Manager Niroshani Selvadurai are also present

SLT Human Capital Solutions Ltd. (HCS), recognised as the leading total HR solutions providing company in Sri Lanka, renowned for its comprehensive portfolio of innovative HR solutions, entered into a partnership with Rede Solutions Ltd. recently to provide globally-recognised innovative learning solutions to HCS’s existing and potential client base.

The business agreement will focus on specific innovative learning solutions in areas such as Adventure Learning, Corporate Learning and Global Learning, to ensure HCS’s clients benefit from Rede’s innovative solutions.

Leveraging Rede’s solutions, HCS aims to provide valuable and result oriented training solutions to its clients by focusing on Developing knowledge skills and competencies, Enhancing human potential and personal growth and also improving organisational performance and effectiveness.

The agreement was signed on behalf of HCS by SLT Human Capital Solutions CEO Roshan Kaluarachchi and Rede Solutions Director Rajini Kannangara.“This is a very exciting development for our business and expresses a strong recognition of our high quality learning solutions. It is also exceptionally rewarding for us to be an active part of HCS’s rapid development and growing client base,” noted Kannangara.

Rede Solutions provides world class innovative learning solutions partnering with top notch institutions / universities across the world ensuring unmatchable learning experiences.

Commenting on signing the agreement, Kaluarachchi said: “This agreement with Rede is based on training excellence and further enhances our commitment to provide our clients with the most innovative training solutions and to deliver the greatest training experience. It also assists us in expanding our footprint and strengthening HCS stature to be recognised as the nation’s number one total HR solutions provider offering unmatched expertise and state-of-the-art HR solutions.”

Additionally, Rede has become the most sought after learning solution provider in Sri Lanka with its innovative adventure camps, storytelling sessions, case study based learning, foreign learning and public learning programs conducted across the country.

HCS is a fully owned subsidiary of Sri Lanka Telecom PLC and for over a decade been providing a spectrum of unparalleled expert human resource solutions packaged with a high levels of quality and efficiency to its impressive local and international client base. Additionally, SLT HCS has been awarded the prestigious ISO 9001:2015, the first Sri Lankan total HR solutions organisation to do so.


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