As a new recruit, you will be immersed in a work culture that will help hone your skills by providing you with the desired training. Our training process departs from conventional theory sessions and instead emphasizes learning through your ongoing professional experiences. You will be trained and guided by the best in the industry. Our motivating leaders and managers will share their industry, professional and functional experiences with you. They’ll also share crucial insights on what is and isn’t necessary to improve your performance and bloom in your career.

At Vantage Consultants, we focus on developing our associates’ abilities as leaders and managers. Our strategies, goals, and environment revolve around career building. We offer a business management program to all our team members that will help them grow professionally from an entry-level position to a management position. We are eager to fast-track everyone’s growth! This is, of course, based on a person’s performance and how quickly they are able to grasp the knowledge and bring it into practice in their daily roles. Our goal is to help associates evolve through the program without ever stagnating in a sales position.

Phase one

Everyone starts at the Entry Level Marketing and Sales Representative position. As a Sales Representative, the employee’s focus will be on one-on-one sales training. Primary training will cover the summary of their role, and give them the opportunity to observe other competent people perform a task. The new recruit will learn the necessary marketing techniques, ace marketing psychology, and get to know our clients. At this point, the associate will learn communication, time management, goal-setting, the basics of sales and marketing and self-management.

Phase two

After graduating from the Entry Level position, you will be promoted to a Leadership Position. In this phase, you learn how to manage a team. You will focus on developing your teaching and training skills and look after the development of others.

Phase 3

The next step is the Assistant Manager’s position. In this phase, you will step away from the sales and marketing domain and focus on learning Payroll management, the specifics of the Human Resources department, and more. You will also be expected to learn how to build and manage relationships with clients effectively. In this phase, you will learn how to run meetings for the office, among other skills. The role requires you to build strategies, plan projects, track progress targets, and analyze and improve departmental performance. The assistant manager may also lead or engage in new projects and initiatives.

Phase 4

Finally, you’ll be promoted to the Branch Manager’s position. As the Branch Manager, you will be given the opportunity to open your own office location. You will manage all day-to-day office activities, preside over morning meetings, and join conference calls with other managers. Here, successful individuals have the right mix of analytical and communication skills to mold themselves into leaders in a continually changing industry landscape. You will be managing the whole team and developing others to reach the Branch Manager’s position.