Valuing Our People
Training & Education
At Aegis, we pride ourselves in ensuring our professionals are qualified and stay abreast in any changes to international standards. We ensure our professionals are qualified or are attaining the required accreditation for their service area. Additionally, from Business Writing to Office Etiquette, employees are provided with free task-based training as well as coaching on issues that don’t necessarily fall within functional range but which are relevant to personal growth and development.
Aegis team members volunteer their time to form social clubs, societies and committees. Beyond diminishing departmental boundaries these institutions operate to encourage employees and their families to invest in their physical wellness and financial futures and foster the premise that charity begins at home. Some of the clubs formed since the company’s inception are: Aegis Investment Club, Aegis Credit Union Corporative Society, Aegis Social Events Club and Aegis Charity Committee
Supporting Cultural Ethnic & Religious Diversity
Our Aegis Team are encouraged to express their individualism and celebrate in all holiday festivities, food and cultural dress in Trinidad and Tobago. Diversity is important to us as it is this dynamism of our workforce that enables our company’s ability to adapt to changes in clients’ needs; understand opinions and formulate solutions. “We believe that every idea counts.
Helping Out Wherever We Can
Aegis avidly endorses its responsibility as a successful organization, to give back to the wider community. In addition to regular financial sponsorships and donations to a variety of organizations, Aegis supports education and literacy programmes and institutes, sports foundations, religious associations and professional bodies.
We support the following organizations:
Foundation for the Enrichment and Enhancement of Life (FEEL)
Since 1992 we have worked in communities to assist in the areas of poverty alleviation, disaster relief and recovery education and capacity building, and medical support.
Kids in Need of Direction (KIND)
The children of Trinidad and Tobago continue to be our primary goal and our main focus is to assist in the development of our country’s most precious resources by ensuring that they are given the tools to become responsible, happy adults.
Bridge of Hope
Music Literacy Foundation
TGN Media (part of Social Justice Foundation)
Foundation for Human Development
Mayaro Initiative for Private Enterprise Development (MIPED)
Living Water Community
Adult Literacy Tutors Association (Alta)
The Adult Literacy Tutors Association is a non-profit organization in existence since 1992. It provides the only comprehensive, structured, adult literacy programme in Trinidad and Tobago. Over the last decade it has trained literacy tutors in St Vincent, Antigua and Grenada, with an adult literacy programme using the ALTA approach and materials currently operating in Grenada. https://alta-tt.org/