RH Lab.

S.à r.l.



Types of training provided

off-the-shelf and custom-made course

Other training-related activities

Information, Management and organisation consulting, Mediation, Skills audit, Support - Coaching, Training advice and services, Training course planning and design, Training path management

Activity area

Belgique, France, Luxembourg

Language(s) of service


Number of courses published


About us

RH Lab. is a human resources solutions firm, present in Luxembourg, to meet the strategic and operational needs of decision-makers and HRDs in the daily and ad hoc management of their human capital.

We consider HR development as a key to competitiveness, guaranteeing the growth of any company.

This is why, through our HR diagnostics, we make ourselves available to organisations and carry out for them all the actions aimed at attracting, developing and retaining their talents.

While it is obvious that there can be no economic development without social progress, we are convinced that there can be no sustainable performance without the development of human capital.

This is why, through its HR Lab... training courses

  • Values and actively contributes to the evolution of the most important internal resource: human capital.
  • Monitors the evolution of interactions between people, processes and trends in Human Resources, Management, Support and Well-being at work.
  • Introduces the HR factor at the heart of the company's strategy and the human factor in management.
  • Through its training, coaching and teambuildings, offers a climate conducive to the development of any company!

Teaching methods

Our training courses are based on a variety of interactive teaching methods:

  • Classical: to follow the content based on the presentation: supports, interactive board, diagrams, illustrations, meta-plan, case studies, re-energising exercises.
  • Radiant: for self-discovery of what you have learnt, to feed your knowledge with new ideas, to develop your thinking: reflection plan, self-assessment, brainstorming, mind-mapping.
  • Relational: to encourage exchanges and interactions through practical cases: sub-group exercises, operational situations, role plays, storytelling, simulations and group feedback.
  • Technological: to improve learning through multimedia tools: video, camera, e-learning, blended learning, serious games, interactive boxes.
  • Psycho-social: to get to know oneself and others: skills assessment tests, personality inventories, individual or group coaching, skills assessments, teambuildings.

Training domains

Company management, Human resources
Company management
Financial management
Secretarial and assistantship
Finance, Insurance, Law
Health, Social action
Social action
Personal and professional development
Quality, Security
Sciences, Social and human sciences

Some figures

Beginning of the training activity
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