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Company overview

Consulting WP is a global consulting powerhouse. We began our operations a few decades ago and have grown due to excellent relationships with our clients. We started out small, with just a few people and a small office, but today we have offices in multiple countries with hundreds of people working inside them.

We achieved our success because of how successfully we integrate with our clients. One complaint many people have about consultants is that they can be disruptive. Employees fear outside consultants coming in and destroying the workflow. Our clients face no such issues.

Consulting WP continues to grow ever day thanks to the confidence our clients have in us. We cover many industries such as financial, energy, business services, consumer products.

Our mission

Our renowned coaching programs will allow you to:

  • Work fewer hours — and make more money
  • Attract and retain quality, high-paying customers
  • Manage your time so you’ll get more done in less time
  • Hone sharp leadership skills to manage your team
  • Cut expenses without sacrificing quality
  • Automate your business, so you can leave for days, weeks, or even months at a time

How we work

how can we help you?

Contact us at the Consulting WP office nearest to you or submit a business inquiry online.

Our task is to ensure new skills and attitudes, the development of a training system that anticipates and responds to secure a world-class labour force in the Hospitality and Tourism sector. We aim to provide leadership to articulate the sector’s skills needs and to engage government, employers and training providers in meeting them and promoting the view that training is an investment, not a cost.
The Interim Council has three principal tasks:
• To win a mandate from the sector by setting out the role and functions of the SSCH and the benefits for employers and workers in the sector that can flow from its establishment. It has to position itself as a credible entity that will ‘add-value’ and help to ensure that the expansion of the hospitality sector is not constrained by a lack of skills and competent people;
• To prepare a business strategy, to set out an agenda for the SSCH and to consult employers and other stakeholders in the sector to win support for it;
• To determine how a representative and accountable SSCH will be established that will reflect the views of employers and other stakeholders about training priorities and how these can be met.

Waqas Azeem
convener, APRA

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