SPAR Georgia officially launches the SPAR Academy

December 20, 2023 IN THE CATEGORY: People, Responsible retailing

In November, SPAR Georgia officially opened the SPAR Academy, which provides a dynamic learning and training experience for employees.

SPAR Georgia pay close attention to the professional development and qualifications of its employees. An important element in providing this development is the SPAR Academy, which officially opened its doors in November. This project, first halted due to the Covid-19 pandemic, became a priority for SPAR Georgia due to the company’s rapid growth.

Dynamic learning experience

The SPAR Academy will provide seminars, trainings, and master classes designed for both head office and store employees. Throughout the teaching and learning process, SPAR Georgia employs modern educational techniques and methods to ensure a dynamic learning experience. The academy is staffed by a dedicated team of trainers committed to enhancing both professional and personal skills among employees. Additionally, experienced professionals from various departments within the company actively participate in the training sessions and share their knowledge and expertise with others.

The SPAR Academy has contemporary standards and workspaces, including a store simulation room. There is also space for students to relax and study in the SPAR Academy.

The SPAR Academy will oversee the recruitment process for store employees in the future. New team members will undergo training in operational procedures, which will provide significant advantages to SPAR stores in Georgia. Furthermore, SPAR Georgia plans to extend the services of the SPAR Academy to its licensed retailers in future, maximising the value and use of the SPAR Academy.

Source: SPAR Georgia.

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About SPAR Georgia

Foodmart, an existing food retailer with a solid and successful business, was granted the licence to operate the SPAR brand in Georgia in early 2014. SPAR Georgia stores offer a good selection of fresh produce and traditional Georgian baked goods, complemented by a localised food-to-go proposal. Local producers and entrepreneurs are supported through a strong programme of engagement with start-ups and small-scale producers.

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