Sri Lanka Institute of Training and Development (SLITAD) was founded in 1998 by a group of HRD Professionals led by late Mr. Achilles Joseph, a former Deputy Inspector General of Police and Director Higher Training of Sri Lanka Police.
SLITAD believes in the value that learning, grooming, facilitating, developing and training adds towards building a progressive team. The need for individuals to evolve in core competencies as well as advantageous skills-set are more pronounced in today’s fast-changing corporate landscape. Thus, the development of an organization’s Human Capital makes them better armed to take on challenges as individuals and therefore, as an organized team.
SLITAD seeks to bring institutions from Government, Industry and Education to evolve and develop HRD practices in Sri Lanka. Apart from upgrading the professional skill of its members, the SLITAD also aims at:
Promoting and continuing education in Training Designing and implement need-based training programmes. Helping establish a professional institute for HRD. Publication of Training literature Research and Development of HRD activity.