General course on MS Outlook and making the best use of it. To improve time management through efficient use of the MS Outlook features. Using Microsoft Outlook, participants will be equipped with strategies to beat the e-mail bulge, manage projects and work in a collaborative environment.
When: Wednesday, 20 January 2021
Aimed at users who have basic experience with Excel and want to build on their current knowledge to set up their own spreadsheets and manipulate existing ones.
When: Thursday, 14 January 2021
Provide participants with the skills, tools and knowledge to be able to use Facebook effectively to communicate with students and employees.
When: Monday, 11 January 2021
Learn new skills to transition from the old to the new reality change brings. Learn more about the drivers of change, change vs. transition, reactions to transitions, your reactions, the impact on you and your colleagues around you as well as strategies to build your resilience in times of change.
When: Wednesday, 16 December 2020
This workshop will give participants the knowhow to enhance their resilience and self-management skills.
When: Wednesday, 09 December 2020
Suitable for all employees who are looking to build on their communication skills and enhance confidence levels, which are critical to getting their message across. When planning the activities you would like to attend, think carefully as to what you hope to achieve, how this will support you meeting the objectives of your role and discuss your plans with your Head of Department or their nominee before booking your place. Learn how to get your message across and understand and engage others better, whatever the situation. Communication is sometimes referred to as the ‘glue that holds organisations together’ and is often cited as a barrier to success. The ability to communicate effectively, and influence and persuade others to take action, is a key life and professional skill.
When: Tuesday, 27 October 2020
Who should attend: All Heads of Department Course Overview: See Change is the national mental health stigma reduction programme working positively to reduce the stigma and discrimination associated with mental health problems and to ensure that everyone enjoys the same rights on an equal basis. The programme shows how each team member can become involved and play a role in challenging stigma.
When: Friday, 23 October 2020
Relevant to All Employees. 10% of us at any one time are experiencing a life crisis. This can include changing job, moving house, a new baby, illness or loss of a loved one. Some of these stressors are wanted change some are not wanted. It can be surprising to learn that wanted changes can be as stressful as unwanted change. Added to our usual stresses is the Pandemic marathon we are living through. Coping skills give us an important break from mental and emotional distress and helps restore us to ourselves. In this interactive presentation, you will learn about different tips and tools to help you cope when you need it. We hope you enjoy the experience.
When: Tuesday, 20 October 2020
See Change is the national mental health stigma reduction programme working positively to reduce the stigma and discrimination associated with mental health problems and to ensure that everyone enjoys the same rights on an equal basis. The programme shows how each team member can become involved and play a role in challenging stigma
When: Friday, 16 October 2020
Online Course: An Introduction to Project Management - 13th, 15th & 16th October OR 27th, 28th & 29th October
Employees with responsibility for managing projects or who have the role of project lead and are working with others to achieve successful project outcomes. This course is also suitable for those who will be involved in project management in the near future and wish to develop their skills in this area. When planning the activities you would like to attend, think carefully as to what you hope to achieve, how this will support you meeting the objectives of your role and discuss your plans with your Head of Department or their nominee before booking your place. This course is designed to help participants implement a more structured approach to processes within the organisation. Having a common language and procedure helps communication and flow of information as well as workflow across organisations, making project teams more efficient and effective in everyday work practices. This course will support participants in becoming more structured, achieving goals and working towards common objectives.
When: Tuesday, 13 October 2020