Xtract Training Services

Seminars & Workshops

Xtract Training Services - Team Building exerciseSeminars can be presented on specific subjects such as ISO 14000, SHEQ, etc., according to the requirements of the Client.  A Certificate of Attendance is issued to candidates.

Team building workshops are designed to be practical and effective and incorporate problem-solving exercises that will enable the candidates to interact to resolve challenges successfully.

TOY-TOY Workshops offer an opportunity to companies, organisations and individuals to make a difference in the lives of underprivileged children by rolling up their sleeves, having some fun, bonding on a team building intervention and learning new skills.  These workshops, run in conjunction with Round Square Pallet Solutions, offer a facilitated team building experience with a slant towards Corporate Social Investment .  Basic wooden toys are manufactured during the workshop from scrap timber using only hand tools or portable electrical equipment and  no woodworking expertise is required.  The intention is that besides experiencing a unique team-building exercise, the toys made during the workshop will then be donated to a variety of charities caring for underpriveleged children. 

Certificates are awarded for CSI purposes.

Team Building 

Effective, hands on, problem solving team building workshops that concentrate on the problems experienced in the workplace and how to solve them.  Tailored to specific client requirements, team building workshops can be provided on site on an "as and when required" basis.

Dealing with discipline on the Shop Floor


A day and a half inter-active workshop targeted at the Shop Floor Supervisor and Foreman/Supervisor level tailored to the requirements of the Client.



Contact Details

  •   010 591 4343
  •    086 513 1794
  •    071 560 1618
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  • 64 Boundary Road
  • Apple Orchards
  • South Africa, 1876
  • PO Box 939
  • Walkerville
  • South Africa
  • 1876