10 training courses found
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Part 1: provides an overview of the traditional and current interview models with a main focus on the behavioural interviewing approach. Participants will learn what to expect in a typical one to one and panel interview situations and understand the standard structure and format an interview will take.
This one day 3D CAD course covers a variety a topics which look at the most important aspects of CAD.
This one day Emotional Intelligence course will enable you to get a better awareness and understanding of yourself and others around you. It will help by improving social skills, empathy and motivation by building trust and developing harmonious working relationships.
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Begin your journey toward becoming proficient in creating professional spreadsheets in Excel. Our one day introduction, intermediate and advanced Microsoft Excel courses give you the ability to create a worksheet, add and edit data and images, and save for printing in various formats.
Causes of conflict: Understand the underlying reasons why conflict occurs in the first place. Non-verbal communication: Learn about microexpressions, body language, personal space rules and para-language.
Before any inhouse training starts, we will speak to people in your organisation so we can fully understand your exact requirements. Course content can then be tailored ensuring that the course is uniquely developed for your workforces needs.
Our Microsoft PowerPoint courses are suitable for delegates who want to develop a good knowledge and understanding of PowerPoint. It is specifically for those who wish to create customised presentations designed to impress an audience.
Basics of communication: Understand the basic principles and format of good communication Understanding and analysing the group dynamics: Lear