Eureka Training & Consulting

Eureka TCP specialises in training and management consulting in both public and private sectors.

Eureka TCP specialises in training and management consulting in both public and private sectors. It offers management leadership, and team building related high impact training designed to help individuals and organisations develop skills needed to tackle today’s complex work environment. Its strength is anchored on its highly experienced facilitators who also keep abreast of evolving training solutions. Eureka TCP’s courses are mainly short term, ranging from one to five days and can be tailored to meet your organisation’s specific needs. We engage our clients so as to fully understand their needs in order to come up with practical solutions that address their peculiar needs. Such programmes can be delivered at the client’s preferred location at a date which suits their needs.
Eureka is also a management consulting firm majoring in institutional capacity building and public sector reform programmes. Boasting a pool of management consultants who have extensive and demonstrated regional and international experience, we can assist your organisation to restructure and realign to best practice corporate governance principles. We guarantee value for money in all our work.

We assist you to reach your goals. Keep your skills fresh and up to date, be part of the winners and join managers, leaders and professionals who take advantage of our carefully tailored training programmes.

Tap on us, together, we help you solve your challenges.

[12/22/18]   Thank you for following our page! Wishing you a merry Christmas and a prosperous new year! We will cherish doing business with you in the ensuing year!



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[01/25/18]   *Late Dr Myles Munroe; a man of wisdom* was quoted as saying:

I was born poor, sleeping on the floor with cockroaches and rats. Today, I own my own jet. Everything I have is paid for. I am debt free; I open new businesses every year and mentor many people,”

Myles Munroe strongly discouraged the reliance on Government for jobs, describing it as ‘lazy thinking.’“There is no such thing as unemployment in the world. What you call unemployment is what I call lazy thinking,” he says.“The work of government is not to create jobs, but to create an environment for people to develop their own work,” he asserts.

Munroe discourages employed professionals against relying solely on their jobs for income, urging them to instead create wealth using their unique talents. He also challenges aspiring entrepreneurs to develop and refine their expertise in a talent, idea, service or body of
knowledge.When you refine your gift in an area, you become valuable; people seek you out and pay you,

Munroe said setting principles is the first step towards achieving success for any budding entrepreneur. “I will never be poor again because I have learnt the principles of business,” he asserts.“I can say without a doubt that what I have accomplished is based on principles passed on to me by my parents. You should never build your life on facts or techniques because these often become obsolete,” he cautions.“For you to survive today, you must accept the reality of partnerships. If someone emerges as my competition today, I am not supposed to kill them, but marry them,” he states.“Do not curse a crisis; use it. Every business is a solution to a crisis. Develop the capacity to solve a problem and you will become a successful entrepreneur.”


1. Understand crisis and use it to solve a problem. Every business is a response to a problem.
2. Initiate something; do not wait for things to be done.
3. Identify and refine your talent, skill, idea, service or knowledge to create wealth.
4. Whatever makes you angry, you must solve it.
5. Poverty is not the lack of money, but the lack of ideas.
6. God does not give cash, but ideas on how to create wealth.
7. Be in control of your mind, thoughts, perception and mentality to respond to change.
8. Be keen and take advantage of changes brought about by technology and globalisation.
9. Leave your legacy, but in the people you train, not in products or buildings.
10. Every human being was born with a treasure. Your greatest secret to success lies in discovering your treasure.

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[01/06/18]   *World's 8 superb lessons worth sharing*

*Shakespeare :*👌🏿

Never play with the feelings

of others because you may

win the game but the risk is

that you will surely lose

the person for a life time.



The world suffers a lot. Not

because of the violence of

bad people, But because of

the silence of good people!


*Einstein :*👌🏿

I am thankful to all those

who said NO to me It's

because of them I did it



*Abraham Lincoln :*👌🏿

If friendship is your weakest

point then you are the

strongest person in the



*Shakespeare :*👌🏿

Laughing faces do not

mean that there is absence

of sorrow! But it means that

they have the ability to deal

with it.


*William Arthur :* 👌🏿

Opportunities are like

sunrises, if you wait too

long you can miss them.


*Hitler :* 👌🏿

When you are in the light,

Everything follows you, But

when you enter into the

dark, Even your own shadow

doesn't follow you.


*Shakespeare :* 👌🏿

Coin always makes sound

but the currency notes are

always silent. So when

your value increases

keep quiet.

[12/31/17]   Remember, as always, we will be there for you for all your training needs for 2018!

[12/31/17]   Thank you for following our page. May you have a fruitful 2018!

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