17 training courses found
Course Overview Learning to network effectively can be the single biggest factor that contributes to your professional success and personal satisfaction. At it's most simple, Networking is the art of building and maintaining mutually beneficial relationships, not something to be feared or avoided but a powerful business tool.
Whether you are an internal or external consultant, a seasoned practitioner or new to the profession, this qualification will give you the ability to transform your clients and their organisations. If you are to engage well with your clients you need more than specialist expertise, you must understand the consultancy delivery process along with the tools and the techniques you need to deliver value to them.
Course Overview As organisations continue to face global financial difficulties, it brings added pressure on the L&D Profession to ensure that training is both effective and focused. The focus of an organisation has to be on successfully achieving its objectives.
Course Overview: So, did the training really do what it set out to do? Was it worth it? Increasingly, training departments are being asked to justify the training they offer, along with their consulting interventions, with hard data. Since organisations are under great pressure to cut costs and do more with less, this trend is likely to continue.
This highly participative and practical qualification combines hands‐on training with the fundamental knowledge and skills required to design and deliver a range of training activities in the workplace. Participants will be given the opportunity to practice and develop their skills in a supportive environment with individual feedback.
Course Overview L&D Professionals, whether operating within an organisation or as an independant, live in a challenging business world where success increasingly relies on our ability to create an identity based on trust, integrity and our ability to deliver exceptional value. This course opens up the world of marketing as a means of successfully communicating who you are and what you can do for the wider business community.
A training consultant is an experienced professional who specialises in the processes used to train in a professional manner. The advice and services offered by this consultant helps businesses and other groups to train more effectively.
To keep up with the rapid fluctuations and higher challenges of the 21st century business landscape, organisations must become dynamic and responsive in their approach to learning. We, as L&D Professionals, need to help our organisations understand learning as a competitive tool and to encourage the paradigm shift that recognises learning, not as a cost but as sound business strategy.
Course Overview More and more Learning & Development Professionals are being asked to act as 'Consultants' within their organisation. At the same time, increasing numbers of L&D practitioners are deciding to leave corporate life and become independant consultants.
Course Overview: Effective project management skills are becoming increasingly important to L&D Professionals. Many organisations are adopting a project approach to organising work, this is in response to the demands for continuous improvement in quality and also ensuring value for money.
This qualification (CTD) provides trainers with a broader range of knowledge and skills in order to operate as a rounded professional in the workplace. There will be many opportunities for skill development, as well as the acquisition of key models and frameworks of relevance to the professional trainer who is gaining influence in his or her organisation.
Course Overview Facilitation is increasingly becoming a required skill of the L&D Professional who wishes to have a greater impact within their organisation. It is essential for the Independant Training Consultant! More and more we are required to develop and apply a suite a problem solving, decision making and consensus building tools to harness the intelligence, creativity and energy of the people whose commitment is required if key business goals are to be achieved.
Thinking of a new job? Do you feel it's time for a change? This impressive qualification from the Institute of Training & Occupational Learning could just be the start of an exciting new career. With their comprehensive programme of learning courses you could soon be spotting new talent and bringing out the best in others as well as boosting your own self-esteem and career opportunities.
The principles of performance coaching: You will be able to explain the principles that underpin coaching and which make it unique from other forms of development such as mentoring and training. These principles will guide everything you do as a coach from then on.
This professional qualification for experienced trainers who have, or are seeking, a position within the training profession which involves the formulation of learning interventions across all levels of the organisation, implementation of policy at a strategic level, some responsibility for the work of others and for the allocation of resources. It is for experienced learning and development professionals who have elected to pursue a career as a Learning & Development specialist, and want their own experience and knowledge underpinned with a formal, recognised qualification in this subject.
Take this downloadable open learning qualification and embark on a pathway that opens up a world of new employment opportunities. 3 Modules: What training is and Why it matters; The systematic approach to Training; The organisation of Training * Comprehensive 90 page Workbook/ Manual; * Audio Session containing added value material; * Baseline Qualification with International recognition; * Study at your own pace in your own space; * Opportunity to join ITOL with appropriate letters after your name.
Would you like to become a Performance Consultant? “An internal customer contacts you to say they want some training, they then proceed by telling you who to train, what to train, how to train and when they want it. You don’t want to appear unsupportive, but you KNOW this is not the answer! You feel like you’re a shop assistant taking training orders and not making a difference!”; You know your efforts and the efforts of your team are KEY in helping your organisation reach its performance goals.