Management Development Breakfast Briefing

  • Event: Management Development Breakfast Briefing
  • Date: 16/08/2017
  • Time: 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
  • Venue: Atlantic Aviation Institute, Shannon Industrial Estate, Shannon, Clare
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Description

Shannon Chamber Skillnet in conjunction with the University of Limerick will be running a Certificate in Management programme in September 2017.

This Breakfast Briefing is designed to showcase the course content and gives the attendee the opportunity to ask any questions of tutors and the course director. 

Building people management and leadership competencies is essential in building a strong and driven workforce. This programme supports personal and professional growth whilst encouraging participants to create a supportive team environment where integrity and respect, innovation and creativity, ambition and a winning spirit are pillars to the successful delivery of services.

The proposed programme aims to support learners to identify innovative methods of doing business in a competitive environment, whether that be customer or internally facing. Participants will be guided to specify performance objectives to achieve personal and organisational improvements and to motivate their teams to achieve the company’s primary objectives. 

Registration from: 7.30am

Commencement: 8am

Fee: Free

Learning Objectives

The Programme aims to provide managers with the necessary knowledge, skills and competencies to become highly effective managers within their individual organisations. The programme content covers areas of management, including:
‒ Management & Leadership
‒ Motivating the Team
‒ Selecting the Team
‒ Managing Communications
‒ Reflective Learning
‒ Managing Performance
‒ Managing Employee Relations
‒ Quality Management
‒ Managing Change & Conflict
‒ Case Study Analysis

Programme Modules & Agenda Overview
This one-year (10 session) skills-based programme is suitable for public, private and not-for-profit organisations. It provides a sound introduction to management, for candidates who aspire to consolidate their existing operational experience and gain a formal management qualification. The programme will be delivered via tutor facilitated interactive workshops. While based on relevant academic theories, concepts and techniques there will also be significant focus on individual personal development and the practical application of learning within the workplace.

1 Introduction to Programme & Management and Leadership
2 Managing Communications
3 Selecting the Team
4 Motivating the Team
5 Case Study Workshop & Reflective Learning Journal
6 Managing Change and Conflict
7 Managing Performance
8 Managing Employee Relations
9 Quality Management & Case Study Presentations

This programme is accredited to a level of NFQ Level 6

This programme is suitable for the following profiles:
  • Those who aspire to or currently hold their first Supervisory/Management position.
  • Those who wish to develop a range of skills including self-management, team management and interpersonal skills.
  • Those seeking a third level qualification in management
  • The programme is open to managers, supervisors or those aspiring to a managerial role with a minimum of two years organisational experience.

 

This Breakfast briefing will also showcase the Diploma in Management (NFQ Level 7)  which Atlantic Aviation Group are running, also with a September start.

The Diploma in Management aims to help middle managers develop themselves, their teams and their organisation. There is a strong focus on personal development in this one year programme and in enhancing a range of managerial competencies. This course is run by the University of Limerick Kemmy Business School in conjunction with the Atlantic Aviation Institute in Shannon.

Programme Outcomes:

On completion of the programme participants will be able to:

  • Understand and appreciate core management principles and theories
  • Apply a range of management skills and techniques to manage themselves and their teams more effectively
  • Demonstrate the ability to utilise social confidence, interpersonal skills and personal organisational skills in a wide range of settings
  • Control stress and work-life balance
  • Appreciate the impact of the economic environment upon the organisation.

 

For more information contact Cillian Griffey email cgriffey@shannonchamber.ie or call 061 360611

Shannon Chamber Skillnet is funded by member companies and the Training Networks Programme, an initiative of Skillnets funded from the National Training Fund through the Department of Education and Skills.

For further information please visit www.skillnets.ie

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