An Introduction to LogiKal As a specialist Project Management company, LogiKal has been enhancing its Project Management capability for clients delivering major transport and government projects since 2002. Whilst LogiKal is 100% Australian owned and operated, it is backed by global operations in the UK and the Asia Pacific to ensure long term consistency and sustainability across services worldwide. LogiKal is able to leverage experience and knowledge through a network that fosters collaborative relationships. This gives our clients confidence in the strength of our operations, and our ability to pre-empt industry needs. LogiKal has proven experience within the Project Management industry, gained on some of the world’s most progressive and complex projects. Strategically, this allows for training that can keep up with the rapid pace of changing industry trends and market requirements. This includes maintaining up-to-date course content and materials that support real-world experiences. In addition to our dedicated Training & Capability division, LogiKal provides full-service project management capability in Australia, UK and Asia, with proven project management and engagement models. The close integration between LogiKal’s project management business to its training business is a key differentiator. By leveraging this project management expertise, LogiKal’s Training & Capability division draws from experience in providing services to clients including: Consulting & Advisory Project Management Information Systems Managed Services Resource Provision Globally Backed Business with Local Presence We have had no major changes in ownership or structure in the last three (3) years. A high-level overview of LogiKal’s growth is outlined below: 2005 Team reached 20 Consultants 2006 Team reached 30 Consultants 2007 UK team reached 40 Consultants. Opened Australian Office in Perth, WA 2008 Team reached 50 Consultant 2009 Establish Training Service – Registered Training Organisation (RTO) 2011 Open Office in Brisbane, QLD Global Team up to 60 Consultants. Established Deltek Partnership for EMEA. Established Oracle Gold Partnership 2012 Global Team reaches 70+ Consultants. Opened office in Melbourne, VIC 2013 Global Team 80+ Consultants. Open Office in Hong Kong 2014 New team of Consultants working in Darwin, NT 2015 New team of Consultants working in Canberra, ACT 2017 Open Office in Sydney. Global Team 80+ Consultants 2021 Awarded Sydney Metro – the largest infrastructure project in Australia. Training and Capability Enhancing organisational capability improves the success rate of delivering projects, increasing employee retention and building effective teams. To improve project outcomes for clients in the long term, LogiKal developed integrated training programs using a project management methodology that recognises industry needs for support. Our Training & Capability division is developed by industry experts to offer accredited Project Management training and assessment services as well as complementary certifications, coaching and facilitation programs. These are aimed at improving individual competency and, more importantly, aligning project delivery team members with a common understanding of a project’s framework, procedures, and systems. LogiKal has a long-standing relationship with the Project Management Institute (PMI) and the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM). Our training and development solutions enable us to deliver globally respected qualifications, and supporting services including: Project Management Maturity Reviews Training Needs Analysis Training and Assessment Strategy Program Design, Customisation and Development Facilitation, Coaching and Mentoring Program Assessment and Evaluation Continuous Improvement Strategies At LogiKal Training, we aim to provide the best quality; targeted training that successfully changes behaviours to improve both individual and organisational Project Management capability. LogiKal can develop and deliver training and coaching programs aimed at improving individual competency and also importantly aligning project delivery team members with a common understanding of the project’s framework, procedures and systems.