Time Management Training Course

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Course description

For anyone wanting to be organised and effective at work, good time management is essential. Learning how to manage your time properly will make you feel in control and enable you to successfully prioritise your workload.

We show you some key techniques for planning and organising your time, and how to delegate effectively. We also help you create a personal action plan that you can implement back in the workplace.

Is it right for me?

Whatever your role or level within your organisation – if you need to gain control of your time and effectively prioritise your workload, this time management training course will enable you to achieve that.

What will I get out of it?

By the end of the course you will be able to:

  • Understand your natural style and the impact this has on time management
  • Systematically review your use of time
  • Prioritise your workload
  • Practice the key skills for getting organised
  • Make better use of time through effective delegation
  • Look at steps to manage interruptions and negotiate workloads and time frames
  • Produce an action plan to improve time management

I think that everything in the course was good enough for me. For me the trainer explained everything excellently, and gave us very helpful information that will be good for my future professional development.  

Offshore Geoscience Operator, CGG Veritas

What does it cover?

  • Time as a resource
  • The need for time management
  • Recognising the time wasters
  • Recognising your natural time management style and the impact this has
  • Urgent and important tasks
  • Prioritising techniques
  • Scheduling and diary management to suit your own style of working
  • Task lists and action plans
  • An opportunity to put theory into practice and get yourself organised
  • Put your tasks in order of priority, get your diary up to date and see how you cope under pressure
  • Identify the time management tools and methods that work for you
  • Recognising why people do not delegate
  • The advantages of delegation and how to use it effectively
  • Taking steps to prevent interruptions and shorten those that do occur
  • Negotiating the amount of work we are able to take on and establishing realistic time frames
  • Individual action plans for identifying improvements back in the workplace

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Course leader

Mark Eagle

L&D Consultant

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