Management Training Day 2

Tuesday 5 February 2019

follow link £1,071 grant (subsidy) for Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) accredited training for managers of voluntary and community organisations.

  • Quality training programme leading to ILM Level 3 Certificate in Management
  • Locally delivered in Reading by leadership author and trainer Alan Hester Associates Limited
  • Funded by European Social Fund and Windsor Forest Colleges Group
  • Four full-day workshops
  • Support and feedback on work-based assignments
  • Achieve within 3 months
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Benefits

click You will come away with increased confidence and techniques to help you to get the best out of yourself, your volunteers and your team. Content includes your personal management style; how to manage ‘difficult’ people and situations to get the best result possible; motivation and influencing skills; time management and delegation skills; setting objectives, planning and getting things done through others.

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The offer

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Am I eligible?

go The funding is available to Berkshire-based organisations who employ less than 250 people and are properly constituted organisations (charities, businesses or CICs), and for staff and volunteers who are either in a management role or wish to progress into management. We will need to complete eligibility forms with both the employer and the individual participants.

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Course dates
  • Day One: 22 January 2019 at RISC , London Street, Reading
  • Day Two: 5 February at RISC, London Street, Reading
  • Day Three: 28 February at RVA, Reading
  • Day Four: 21 March at RVA, Reading
Course outline

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How to apply

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Type of event
Training
Event theme
Voluntary sector
Event date
5 February 2019
Start time
10.15am
End time
4.15pm
Registration
Phone Alan on 07970 522760 or email alan@alanhester.co.uk to discuss your interest and reserve your place.
Phone
07970 522760
Mobile
07970 522760
Address line 1
RISC
Line 2
London Street
Town
Reading
Postcode
RG1 4PS
Wheelchair accessible?
Yes
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