1. Training on Advanced Writing Skills
Course Duration 12 hrs.
Class Duration 4 hrs.
Total No of Class 3 Classes (1 Class per week)
Class Schedule 4PM - 8PM
Course Fee 5600/=






Introduction:
A great presenter has two unique qualities: appropriate skills and personal confidence. This confidence comes from knowing what you want to say and being comfortable with your communication skills. In this one-day workshop, participants will master the skills that will make them a better speaker and presenter.

Course Outline:
Introduction and Course Overview You will spend the first part of the day getting to know participants and discussing what will take place during the workshop. Students will also have an opportunity to identify their personal learning objectives.

Communication To begin, participants will explore key communication skills, including how to start and end a conversation.

Edit Your Conversation Next, participants will learn about characteristics that can make or break the audience’s impression of a speaker, including volume, clichés, slang, diction, jargon, and tact (or lack thereof).

Appropriately Sharing Your self with Others During this session, participants will discuss self-disclosure using the Johari window.

Trust This session will explore the idea of trust and how self-disclosure can help build relationships.

Positive Self-Talk During this session, participants will learn how to build their self-confidence – a key skill for any public speaker.

Making the Most of Meetings Meetings are a central part of communication and cooperation within any organization. This session will give participants some ways to successfully prepare for and present at any meeting.

Body Language During this session, participants will learn some ways to make sure their body language is sending the right message.

Sticky Situations This session will give participants some tools to deal with uncomfortable situations.

Why Talk? Next, participants will explore the value of oral presentations.

Planning Your Presentation During this session, participants will learn how to use PAFEO to plan their presentation.

Overcoming Nervousness To conclude the first day, we will look at some suggestions about delivery.

Start Writing! This session will focus on the nuts and bolts of creating your presentation.

Limit Your Information During this session; participants will receive tips on how to reduce the volume of information in their presentation without watering it down.

Audience Profile Next, participants will look the value of audience profiles.

Your Speaking Voice This session will look at the eight key parts of a presenter’s message.

Add Punch to Your Presentation There are many types of visual aids. We will provide an overview of, and tips for, the most common visuals during this session.

Your Presentation To wrap things up, participants will prepare and present a short presentation. Participants will evaluate each other and provide constructive feedback.

Workshop Wrap-Up At the end of the day, students will have an opportunity to ask questions and fill out an action plan.

This workshop will help you teach participants how to:

  • Gain rapport with your audience
  • Reduce nervousness and fear
  • Recognize how visual aids can create impact and attention
  • Create a professional presence
Prepare and organize information in different ways
2. Training on Business Writing Skill
Course Duration 12 hrs.
Class Duration 4 hrs.
Total No of Class 3 Classes (1 Class per week)
Class Schedule 4PM - 8PM
Course Fee 5600/=








We all know what good writing is. It’s the novel we can’t put down, the poem we never forgot, and the speech that changed the way we look at the world. Good writing is the memo that gets action, the letter that says what a phone call can’t.

In business writing, the language is concrete, the point of view is clear, and the points are well expressed. Good writing is hard work, and even the best writers get discouraged.

Course Outline:
Introduction and Course Overview You will spend the first part of the day getting to know participants and discussing what will take place during the workshop. Students will also have an opportunity to identify their personal learning objectives.

Why Write? Many people feel that writing is a burden or something they should be able to delegate. This session will help participants identify the value of writing.

The Four C’s During the morning, you will discuss four of the C’s of writing with participants: clear, concise, complete, and correct. Participants will practice each C through writing exercises.

Word Agreement During this session, participants will explore word agreement through a brief literate and a writing exercise.

Active and Passive Voice Most people prefer to read writing that is in the active voice. We will discuss and practice both voices during this session.

Sentences and Sentence Types This session will discuss the structure of sentences and paragraphs. Then, participants will apply this knowledge to a writing exercise.

Readability Index The Gunning Fog Index, also called the readability index, determines the difficulty level of a written piece. Participants will apply the index to a sample and to their own work.

The Fifth C Courtesy is an important principle of good business writing. During this session, participants will examine and rank several business letters, helping them explore their own style and preference.

Practical Language It is important to use words that best reflect what you are trying to say. In this session, we will examine some common dilemmas (such as fewer vs. less) and suggested solutions.

Inclusive Language Another key part of writing is political correctness. Participants will have an opportunity to re-write some exclusive terms to make them inclusive.

Sentence Construction The two basic rules for constructing sentences are: use construction that makes meaning clear and keep construction parallel. Participants will re-write sentences that don’t follow these rules.

Punctuation During this session, participants will work in teams to develop a series of test questions for other teams. We have included some key points that you can use to debrief the test.

Writing Business Letters This session begins with three lecturettes on the steps for writing a business letter, types of letters, and the parts of a business letter. Participants will then examine samples of business letters to determine the type and the parts of the letter.

Reports Many people find writing business reports very difficult. This session will look at business reports in-depth using a lecture and a small group exercise.

Spelling and Proofreading Proofreading carelessly can spoil a writer's best efforts. This session will help participants identify common spelling errors and practice their proofreading skills.

Writing Memos Memos are another challenges that many writers face. We will examine memos through a brief lecture and a fun exercise.

E-mail Etiquette These days, e-mail has become a universal method of communication. However, there are many questions of etiquette and few answers. This session will discuss some common dilemmas and our recommended answers.

Writing Challenges To wrap up the workshop, participants will work in small groups to identify their biggest challenges and some possible solutions.

This One-day workshop will help you teach participants how to:
·  Use the five C’s of writing
·  Ensure their writing meets basic grammatical standards, including word agreement, sentence construction, proper spelling, and punctuation
·  Differentiate between the active and passive voice
·  Write business letters, reports, memos, and e-mails

3. Public Speaking: Presentation Survival Skill
Course Duration 12 hrs.
Class Duration 4 hrs.
Total No of Class 3 Classes (1 Class per week)
Class Schedule 4PM - 8PM
Course Fee 5600/=







Introduction:
A great presenter has two unique qualities: appropriate skills and personal confidence. This confidence comes from knowing what you want to say and being comfortable with your communication skills. In this two-day workshop, participants will master the skills that will make them a better speaker and presenter.

Course Outline:
Introduction and Course Overview You will spend the first part of the day getting to know participants and discussing what will take place during the workshop. Students will also have an opportunity to identify their personal learning objectives.

Communication To begin, participants will explore key communication skills, including how to start and end a conversation.

Edit Your Conversation Next, participants will learn about characteristics that can make or break the audience’s impression of a speaker, including volume, clichés, slang, diction, jargon, and tact (or lack thereof).

Appropriately Sharing Your self with Others During this session, participants will discuss self-disclosure using the Johari window.

Trust This session will explore the idea of trust and how self-disclosure can help build relationships.

Positive Self-Talk During this session, participants will learn how to build their self-confidence – a key skill for any public speaker.

Making the Most of Meetings Meetings are a central part of communication and cooperation within any organization. This session will give participants some ways to successfully prepare for and present at any meeting.

Body Language During this session, participants will learn some ways to make sure their body language is sending the right message.

Sticky Situations This session will give participants some tools to deal with uncomfortable situations.

Why Talk? Next, participants will explore the value of oral presentations.

Planning Your Presentation During this session, participants will learn how to use PAFEO to plan their presentation.

Overcoming Nervousness To conclude, we will look at some suggestions about delivery.

The STARR Pattern To begin participants will learn a second way of organizing their presentation: the STARR pattern.

Start Writing! This session will focus on the nuts and bolts of creating your presentation.


Limit Your Information During this session; participants will receive tips on how to reduce the volume of information in their presentation without watering it down.

Audience Profile Next, participants will look the value of audience profiles.

Your Speaking Voice This session will look at the eight key parts of a presenter’s message.

Add Punch to Your Presentation There are many types of visual aids. We will provide an overview of, and tips for, the most common visuals during this session.

Your Presentation To wrap things up, participants will prepare and present a short presentation. Participants will evaluate each other and provide constructive feedback.

Workshop Wrap-Up At the end of the day, students will have an opportunity to ask questions and fill out an action plan.

This workshop will help you teach participants how to:

  • Gain rapport with your audience
  • Reduce nervousness and fear
  • Recognize how visual aids can create impact and attention
  • Create a professional presence
Prepare and organize information in different ways
4. Organizational Behaviour
Course Duration 12 hrs.
Class Duration 4 hrs.
Total No of Class 3 Classes (1 Class per week)
Class Schedule 4PM - 8PM
Course Fee 5600/=







Organizational Behaviour
Understanding organisational behaviour is a key skill for all staff so they can compete successfully in an ever-changing marketplace where the whole organisation is able to respond quickly and together.

For this to occur managers and supervisors need understand how and why individuals behave as they do and deliver a truly excellent organisation.

This comprehensive organizational behaviour Learning package is ideal for any professional serious about understanding organizational behaviour.


Program Description:

At the end of this module participants will be able to:

Identify the relationship between organizational behaviour and the organisation.

Understand the evolution of management thought.

  • Scientific Management
  • Classical Organisational Theory
  • Hawthorne Studies
  • Human Relations
  • Organisational Behaviours
  • Understand how management thought relates to organizational behaviour
  • Integrate models of Organisational Behaviours within the Organisation
  • Autocratic
  • Custodial
  • Supportive
5. Professional Etiquette
Course Duration 12 hrs.
Class Duration 4 hrs.
Total No of Class 3 Classes (1 Class per week)
Class Schedule 4PM - 8PM
Course Fee 5600/=








Course Outline: This course teaches students about the fundamentals of business etiquette. Students learn how to build relationships, create a professional appearance, develop positive relationships with coworkers, and practice cubicle and office etiquette. In addition, the course teaches students the appropriate behavior and etiquette when using the Internet, in daily communications, and in meetings. Students also learn how to handle ethical dilemmas and personal issues, become a good conversationalist, and be courteous when communicating. Students also examine theappropriate etiquette for business meals and tele-conversation.

Course Objectives:

The participants will gain knowledge on:

  • Office protocol
  • Professional conduct
  • Communicating in the workplace
  • Etiquette in communication
  • Business functions

Mode of Training:

  • Interactive Lecture
  • PowerPoint Presentation
  • Participatory Method
  • Exercise
6. CV writing & Interview Fitness Training
Course Duration 12 hrs.
Class Duration 4 hrs.
Total No of Class 3 Classes (1 Class per week)
Class Schedule 4PM - 8PM
Course Fee 5600/=







A CV is an essential tool in your job search. When applying for a vacancy you generally first have to send your CV to present yourself to the prospective employer
When you walk out of your next interview...
Will you feel elated about landing the dream job that's going to advance your career, allow you to focus on your passions, and provide you with the pay check and lifestyle you want for yourself and your family?
Or, will you have that sinking feeling in the pit of your stomach?
That feeling of disappointment and dread in knowing that you'll be back on the job hunt tomorrow.
Out of this course you are going to get:
How to write a dynamic CV.
How  to take control of your career interview preparations.
How to stop dragging your feet for lack of interview preparation tools.
How to start directing your interview goals.
How to hone your poise for a magnificent interview presence.

To discover superior job interview techniques, tips, solutions and many more.

7. Training On Time management for Students
Course Duration 12 hrs.
Class Duration 4 hrs.
Total No of Class 3 Classes (1 Class per week)
Class Schedule 4PM - 8PM
Course Fee 5600/=







Time is money, the adage goes, and lots of it gets lost in disorganization and disruption. Get a grip on your office space, organize your workflow, learn how use your planner effectively, say no without guilt, and delegate some of your work to other people.

This one-day workshop helps you organize and prioritize for greater workplace efficiency. The workshop is full of ideas for organizing your work area and your paperwork and working on the “right” things.

Get out of your mental rut. Think new thoughts about the time you have. Discover new ways of doing things, and feel more in control of your life.

Course Outline

  • Hemisphere preference
  • Setting goals and targets
  • Planning and planning aids
  • Organizing your work area
  • Organizing your files
  • Managing projects
  • Delegating
  • Five ways to manage e-mai
  • Workload analysis

 

8. Training on Team building
Course Duration 12 hrs.
Class Duration 4 hrs.
Total No of Class 3 Classes (1 Class per week)
Class Schedule 4PM - 8PM
Course Fee 5600/=







Teams have become a principle building block of successful organizations. This one-day workshop is a basic course for team leaders and team members, designed to focus on the characteristics of an effective team player and the elements of an effective team. You will leave the workshop with plans for your personal development as a team player and ideas for developing your back-home team.

A critical element of this workshop is the Glen Parker Team Player Survey (PTPS), an 18 item self-assessment instrument that will help you identify your primary team player style, help you increase your personal effectiveness in team situations, and help you effectively develop your group into a high performing team.

Course Outline

  • Your team player style
  • The strengths of each style
  • The challenges for each style
  • Establishing team norms
  • Building team trust
  • Working through the stages of team  development
  • Communication skills

 

 
Registration Information

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