Client Testimonials

General Feedback applicable to multiple programs

Practical lessons from courses such as Human Performance Consulting, Instructional System Design, and Adult Learning Principles taught by Armi is one of the key enablers in transforming a training centre of a central bank to a human performance solutions provider. What Armi has done was to make alive real workplace challenges and provide solutions from a human performance consulting perspective.


- Mrs. Lim Lai Hong
CEO, FIDE Forum, Malaysia;
Former Director of Learning Design & Development, SEACEN Centre;
Former Director, HRDC, Bank Negara Malaysia

Being a participant in Armi’s class has opened new dimensions in the way I think about training. Instructional design taught me the importance of identifying the gap in performance and determining whether the gap is training treatable or not. This analysis helps drive the solution to the heart of the problem if the gap is training treatable. This process also helps save training investment where training is not necessary to address the performance gap.


- Catherine Camat
Senior Assistant Manager, Learning Officer at EastWest Bank

Competency-based Instructional Systems Design

Instructional Systems Design (ISD) used to be just a familiar terminology until we underwent LPPI’s training that was packaged to produce an output built on five learning phases – analysis, design, development, implementation and evaluation.

Since then, training has never been the same both for BSP in general, and BSPI in particular, as our thrust is to put more value on learning and results rather than conducting more events to produce good numbers in the accomplishment report. Whereas before we shy away from design and evaluation as these entail competency to work on the details and collaboration with stakeholders and experts, careful thought is now given on these two phases to ensure that time, efforts and money put into the training will produce the desired outcome. Learning assessments and levels of evaluation were in place to measure the expected learning outcomes.


- Ms. Liesl Bobis
Manager, Learning Team 1, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Institute (BSPI)

Development Programs

The (Supervisory Skills) program was put together in a very logical and constructive manner, connecting theory and work practice through practical exercises.

- Sharon Lowery
Child Protection Officer, UN DPKO

The Supervisory Skills Program was highly interactive; not a dull moment at any time. This is by far the best training I remember ever receiving in the UN. Please don’t change anything. It’s great as it is. Well done!

- Andre Hein
Conduct and Discipline Officer, MONUSCO

At the end of our program, management trainees all got promoted and are now heading their respective offices and assignments respectively.

- Luanne Collantes
President, King Aces Travel and Tours Service, Inc.

The people who have undergone the Supervisory Development Program were evidently more prepared in assuming their jobs compared to those who were not trained. The program investment was worth it.

- L&D Manager
Manufacturing Company

Foundations of Instructional Design Workshop

Very good, learned a lot about what to look out for, and keep a “strict standard” when guiding instructors to design their course.

- Derya Tanghe
co-Founder, NXTLVL Academy

In a nutshell, ISD focuses not only on what should be in a training course, but also on how to check that training really is needed; how much and what type of training is needed; and how to ascertain that its objectives have been achieved. "In a nutshell, ISD focuses not only on what should be in a training course, but also on how to check that training really is needed; how much and what type of training is needed; and how to ascertain that its objectives have been achieved.

- Nix Nicolas
Fisher-Rosemount Systems, Inc.

Evaluating Training Results

It helped me properly measure the effectiveness of training programs to improve individual and organizational performance.

- Michele Cortina
Manager of Evaluation Group, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas

It was great and professionally conducted. I appreciate how topics were organized or reviewed throughout the workshop. Thank you!

- Eula Childers
Head Trainer, First Future Education Solutions, Inc.

This should be offered to managers to give them an understanding of how evaluation is being done and to know when and what to evaluate from all of the programs they request.

- Another Valued Client

Courseware Development Workshop

Very appropriate. It gave me options on how I could develop more the programs that I handle in the company. This will enable our participants to maximize learning.

- Received Anonymously

One of the best I’ve ever attended; a lot of L&D practitioners out there need this.

- Received Anonymously

The Certified Talent Economics

This is a very useful program and timely for us as we are in the process of reviewing our strategies for a more robust team. We’re excited to go back to the office to implement what we’ve learned.

- Received Anonymously

It’s an excellent program. Gyan Nagpal really thanks for this through a useful hi-organize of real life HR to the concepts which make it so practical. Generous with knowledge. Not just an ordinary classroom training.

- Received Anonymously

LPPI Clients (Partial List)

ABS-CBN Corporation

Accenture, Inc.

ACDI Multipurpose Cooperative

Acquire BPO - Philippines

Arvato Corporation

Asia United Bank

AXA Philippines

Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas

Bank Negara Malaysia

Bank of the Philippine Islands

Citibank, N.A. - ROHQ

Deutsche Bank Group

East West Bank

East-West Seed Philippines

eLearning Edge

Emerson Electric Company

Family Mart Philippines

First Future Education Solutions, Inc.

First Gen Corporation

Globe Telecom

GMA Network Foundation

Hinduja Global Solutions

ICLIF Leadership & Governance Centre

Infinit-O Manila Incorporated (IOMI)

Intel Technology

International Container Terminal Services, Incorporated

Jollibee Foods Corporation

Manila North Tollways Corporation

Maybank Philippines Incorporated

Megawide Construction Corporation

Metropolitan Bank and Trust Company

Nestle Malaysia Berhad

Norwegian Maritime Foundation of the Philippines, Inc. (NTCM)

NXTLVL Academy

Paramount Life and General Insurance Corporation

Perbadanan Insurans Deposit Malaysia (PIDM)

Philippine Dealing Systems Holdings Corporation

Philippine National Bank

Pioneer Insurance & Surety Corporation

RCBC Savings Bank

Red Ribbon Bakeshop

Republic Cement Sanofi Aventis (Philippines), Inc.

Securities Industry Development Corporation (SIDC)

SM Retail, Inc.

SMART Communications, Inc.

South East Asian Central Banks (SEACEN) Research and Training Centre

Sterling Bank of Asia


Telus International Philippines

Thomson Reuters Corporation Pte. Ltd. Philippine Branch

Tokyo Tokyo Restaurants

Transnational eBusiness Solutions Incorporated

United Nations Department of Peacekeeping Operations

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