Super Admin Series | Managing Self-Development , Hawk Training, Wednesday, 11. November 2020

After the successful, sold out, first round of our Super Admin Series workshops, we are able to offer some more dates throughout 2019 of these popular short courses that can supplement your professional development.
Are you looking to manage your personal development better to help you further enhance your career prospects? Would you like to be better able to plan your development and time? Then this course is perfect for you, the ‘Managing self-development’ course covers areas from setting and managing your own career and personal goals to effective time management and much more!
What will I take away from this workshop?

The ability of being able to idenitify your own values, career and personal goals in relation to work and professional development
An understanding of how to plan, monitor and evaluate development activities
An increased awareness in how CPD can influence your personal effectiveness
Knowledge of how to set personal and work-related objectives which are truly SMART
How a SWOT analysis can help you identify and prioritise your development needs
Knowledge of 3 different learning styles theories and how to apply them:

Kolb’’s Experiential Learning cycle –  a four stage cycle of learning. It was developed by the American researcher David Kolb in 1984. 
Honey and Mumford’s Learning styles - An understanding of our own preferred learning style enables us to focus on suitable learning approaches and to learning in an efficient way. The best known learning model is that developed by Peter Honey and Alan Mumford in which they identify four learning styles. 
VAK theory - The VAK theory demonstrates how effective communication isn't just about what we say. More importantly it is about the way we say it. The choice of words used to express ourselves communicates to others how we view the world. VAK can also be used to identify preferred learning styles as well as predicting how someone may react in a particular situation. 

The skills to understand your own personal approach to managing yourself
The skills to understand your own personal barriers
An understanding of effective and proven time management techniques based on recognised theorists
An understanding of your decision-making process and how this might be enhanced
An understanding of how to analyse and evaluate time available and how to invest it
An understanding of what you might ‘dump’, ‘do’, ‘delegate’ to be more effective

How do our workshops look?

This course is spread out over 1 day with the workshops starting at 9:00 and finishing at 16:00. 
This workshop is being hosted at our own centre in Twickenham, a short train journey from Waterloo and an even shorter 2-minute walk from Twickenham station! 
You will meet our experienced and talented management facilitators. All with a strong history of business and management experience by doing and teaching, you get the very best. 
Expect an informal, fun and very interactive learning experience! Everyone learns differently, so we use a variety of learning interventions: 
Group Discussions 
Individual Activities 
Skills Practice
All of the learning content used in our workshops are based on the principles of best practices, aligned to recognised theories and management models. 
There are no exams for this short course. 
Certificate of attendance for CPD purposes.

The venue
Our centre in Twickenham boasts state of the art facilities in an easily accessible location next to Twickenham station. Limited on-site parking is also available. 
 What's the refund policy?
The following charges apply if you cancel:

30+ days before a course = 20% of the course fee 
15-29 days before a course = 50% of the course fee 
0-14 days before a course = 100% of the course fee 
Eventbrite booking fee is non-refundable

Wednesday, 11. November 2020, Hawk Training, Super Admin Series | Managing Self-Development

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