How to Sell Lots More Weddings
23 Oct 2019 10:00 - 16:30 - 7 Days to go
2 Day Supervisors Management Skills Training Programme
12 Nov 2019 10:00 - 16:30 - 27 Days to go
Management Development Programme
19 Nov 2019 10:00 - 17:00 - 34 Days to go
How to Write a Winning Proposal
13 Feb 2020 10:00 - 13:30 - 120 Days to go
This course has been written and designed for those with the potential to become inspirational leaders of the future. Our expert team will develop, train and prepare ambitious managers to further enhance their management skills and move up through the ranks. This programme will present students with real challenges, real solutions and real rewards. Over the duration students will receive ongoing mentoring and support from our team and upon completion will receive a certificate and a medallion of achievement.
Can you Manage?
Marketing - LinkedIn
How to be an Effective Manager
How to Train your Team
Why People Fail to Sell
The Psychology Behind a Team
This programme will present students with real challenges, real solutions and real rewards. Over the duration students will receive ongoing mentoring and support from our team and upon completion will receive a certificate and a medallion of achievement.
The workshops have practical homework that is related to their own business and a final presentation that demonstrates personal performance improvement and business impact improvement.
These programmes have been written in conjunction with Dr. Ivor Kenny, founder of the Irish Management Institute. Students will receive a number of business books as part of this course.
Teaching Techniques Applied throughout this Programme:
Role Play and simulation
Group Discussion and debate
Peer Review Activities
Critical Thinking Strategies
We strictly limit numbers to 20 per programme
Duration 6 months
Training Environment Workshops will be highly interactive, with practical homework, evaluation, expert papers, reading material and case studies.
Fee: €1350 per student
Project Manager: Grace Gallagher
Project Co-ordinator: Geraldine Patten
The next Programme commences on 19th November 2019