Breakfast Briefing to preview management training opportunity

A Breakfast Briefing to be held on Thursday next, May 11 in Shannon promises to be of special interest to companies keen to develop their management team capabilities or individuals looking to broaden their management skills.

Organised by Shannon Chamber Skillnet, in conjunction with the University of Limerick, the briefing at the Oakwood Hotel will preview a special Management Development training programme that is due to commence in September.

The training programme, which is formally accredited to NFQ Level 6, aims to provide people with the necessary knowledge, skills and competencies to become highly effective managers within their individual organisations.

The one-year (10-session) skills-based programme is suitable for public, private and not-for-profit organisations. The programme will be delivered via tutor facilitated, interactive workshops

“The briefing on May 11 is designed to give potential participants a unique insight into the course content and to demonstrate, to both companies and individuals, how they can benefit in a very practical way from the programme,” said Cillian Griffey, Network Manager with Shannon Chamber Skillnet.

Presenters will include the programme director and project leader, Yyonne Delaney from the University of Limerick (UL), Dr Deirdre Brady and Bob Pattinson, adjunct lecturers with UL’s Management Development Unit.

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Attendees will have an opportunity to question the course director and tutors about different aspects and their relevance to specific work situations.

Admission to the Breakfast Briefing on May 11 is free and registration takes place at 7.30am before commencement at 8am. Further information and booking details http://skillnet.shannonchamber.ie/events/management-development-breakfast-briefing/

 

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