This interactive online course is packed full of content that will have you ready to participate in all manner of Zoom meetings and webinars in no time at all. Blending theory with practical exercises, participant contributionsand group discussions you will look at:
This online course provides the next step for managers looking to develop their skill and gain professional recognition to aid future career development. The course covers information based decision making and managing team performance giving managers a rounded skills set and providing a foundation to work towards the diploma and Chartered Manager status.
Participants will be guided through a workbook in Management and Leadership, with additional support from the trainer throughout, to translate your learning and experience into tangible evidence of your leadership skills.
For the duration of your studies participants will have access toManagement Direct, whichis alearning platform designed for managers and business leaders.Whether you are a manager focused on professional development, or part of a senior management team wishing to empower staff thislearning hub allows you to take your own learning journey, enriching your training experience through a variety of online resources and educational tools.
This 2-part online course withJohn Bonnarcovers all you need to plan, structure and write effective and informative reports. You will gain the skills and confidence to producereports for today’s demanding workplace, helping you to write quickly, accurately and clearly.
Practical exercises and discussion throughout will give you a toolkit to use when report writing soyou will be able to:
In today’s climate it is essential individuals manage the demands on their time and know how toorganise their daily tasks to reduce stress.Thisonline course has everything you need to take control of your time by exploring what helps and hinders achieving priorities and presents tips and techniques on how to improve the use of the time available. You will learn:
What’s the big deal with minutes anyway? Minutes are a record of what takes place at a meeting and ensures nothing is lost or forgotten - you will learn how totake, prepare and present minutes.
No need to write like the wind and capture every word - minutes don’t have to be verbatim but they have to record certain facts. You will explore what must be recorded: participants, decisions, actions…
Time is precious, so make every second count - think like a Scout and be prepared! The trainer will discuss the meeting cycle and what to prepare before your meeting takes place.
Minutes don’t have to be long, complicated or in fancy language but they need to record clearly and simply...you will examine the most difficultaspects of taking minutes and how best to address them.
Anyone can scribble a rough outline of a meeting, right? Yes, but to take good notes and create minutes that provide an accurate reflection requires a particular set of skills - the trainer will show you!
The good, the bad and the ugly - you’ll examine good and bad minutes, which will help you follow best practice and avoid common mistakes.
Part 1 - New ways of working with words:You will learn how to add va-va voom to written content and use essential tools to improve your content writing skills and learn how to break bad writing habits to create engaging, attention-grabbing wordy content for use online and in print. Exercises include: crafting a personal profile websites and LinkedIn; creating an eye-catching About Us introduction; and a case study - how to bring real people to life.
Part 2 - Working magic with words:You will work on structure, narrative flow, and eye-catchingheadlines and openers, and begin to add colour to written pieces with the inclusion of time, location, real people and senses. You’ll write a longer blog piece and practice adapting and “repurposing" content to promote your piece on social media using some snappy, attractive content. Exercises will include: an introductory paragraph to a newsletter; a blog; and social media posts to promote traffic to your blog.
The outcome of the course is for you to leave feeling aware and more knowledgeable with regard to data subject access requests. It should make you feel more comfortable with your DSAR plans and what time and resources may need to be set aside for these instances.
Through group work and individual exercises this one day course will cover:
The intended objective of the course is for you to leave with a clearer understanding of the principles of data protection and the GDPR and provide sufficient knowledge to better navigate the path toward compliance.