Loading Programmes

Upcoming Programmes

Programmes Search and Views Navigation

Event Views Navigation

May 2019

CERTIFIED INTERNATIONAL SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME – MAY

Course Introduction: In the past, knowledge of a limited area—production and inventory control for example—was sufficient to ensure career success in manufacturing. That’s not true anymore. Today, the successful manufacturing manager has to understand the overall picture—manufacturing systems, master planning, purchasing, TQM, and much more. This program provides you with the ability to understand and evaluate production and inventory activities within a company's global operations. This program complies with the Supply Chain Council principles. Course objective: This program enables the participant to: Understand basic business-wide concepts, including understanding various supply chain environments Manage demand, including markets and customer expectations Design products, processes, and information systems Understand supply issues including inventory costs, functions, and metrics   What to expect: Importance of Strategic Planning Demand Management Master Planning Material Requirements Planning Capacity Management and Production Activity Control Aggregate Inventory Management Item Inventory Management Purchasing and Physical Distribution Lean and Quality Systems Who Should Attend? You should take this course if you want to advance in production planning, purchasing, or operations management positions or if you are new to the field of manufacturing or materials management. This program is targeting Supply Chain Associate attendees with 0 to 3 years of experience in this field.

Find out more »
REGISTER

INTERNATIONAL PROCUREMENT & BEST TENDERING PRACTICES – MAY

Course Objectives Understand the different levels of procurement decision making Understand the different procurement procedures and processes How to plan & Manage suppliers to get them to perform on price and delivery Understanding the different assessment tools for selecting suppliers, contract types, agreement terms, and performance management. Reduce costs whilst enhancing service Understanding the internal and external networks using e-Business Apply E-Procurement Techniques Course Outline Procurement and Purchasing Strategies Sourcing principle Principles of Purchasing execution Price and Cost Analysis Supplier Relationship Management Who Should Attend? This course is important for managers, supervisors, executives and team leaders in all vocational operation areas within the organisation, such as the financial sector, production sector, and supply chain, purchasing, importation planning sectors. Marketing sector can make a profit out of this course when dealing with marketing service providers, packaging, catalogues, gifts, and premium products.

Find out more »
REGISTER

INTERNATIONAL CERTIFIED PROCUREMENT & CONTRACTS – MAY

Course Objectives This course enables the participant to: Develop and implement a highly effective plan for work placed under contract to reduce the overall cost of procurement Manage to contract and tendering to deliver maximum value at minimum cost Adopt innovative ways to select contractors and prepare tender documents Choose the type of contract and compensation terms that best achieve the contract’s objectives Prepare tender evaluation criteria and evaluate a tender submission Manage contract risk Develop and implement a best practice process for the management of contracts and the supply chain Who Should Attend? This course is designed for all staff who are involved with the procurement business including Contract administrators, Procurement staff, Tender or Project Support Staff, Construction Supervisors, and Coordinators and IT Tender and Project Supervisors and Coordinators. Course Outline Contracting Strategy Tendering – Pre Contract Award Tender Evaluation Important Elements of the Contract Negotiation and Conflict Management Introduction

Find out more »
REGISTER

PERSONAL EFFECTIVENESS AND SELF MASTERY FOR EXECUTIVES (PESM) – MAY

Course Objective To discover strengths and professional skills for high performance and enable you cope with rapidly changing work terrain To enable you develop and enhance skills to increase effectiveness at work and help you achieve above average performance. To gear you to stay competitive and gain confidence in the rapidly changing work environment.   Performance – Based Objectives At the end of this course, you will: Understand the mind-set of an excellent executive Understand personal weaknesses and overcome them for professional benefits Prioritise work schedules, manage intrusion and excel in organisational expectation, work balance and life schedules   Target Audience Managers, Supervisors, Entrepreneurs

Find out more »
REGISTER

THE INDISPENSABLE EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT

COURSE OBJECTIVE: Skilled and empowered secretaries, administrative and executive assistants and support staff members are vital to a successful management team. This programme is your opportunity to make a training investment that will return dividends in increased effectiveness and productivity.   PERFORMANCE-BASED OBJECTIVE: Upon completion of this programme, you will know: How performing two easy tasks at the end of each day will save hours (and headaches) the next day. How the “80/20” rule will help identify your most important tasks. How to organise your work area for improved efficiency.   TARGET AUDIENCE: Personal Assistants, Executive Secretaries

Find out more »
REGISTER

TRAIN THE TRAINER: BUILD (MASTERCLASS) – September

Performance-Based Objective; Upon completion of this training, you will: • Be put on a path that helps you build a career as a successful trainer that create lasting impact. • Know how to win high-end clients • Know the future trends in training and development. • Know how to build the right team TARGET AUDIENCE: Trainers with 3 years and above experience who want to increase impact. CEOs, Directors, COOs.

Find out more »
REGISTER

TRAIN THE TRAINER: LAUNCH – MAY

PERFORMANCE-BASED OBJECTIVE: Upon completion of this course, you will: Feel confident about your domain or expertise Define your unique voice as a facilitator. Build a personal brand. Put a structure around your informal training programmes. Deliver programmes with maximum effect. Decide on your preferred training methods Introduce yourself to your target market. TARGET AUDIENCE: Trainers, Entrepreneurs, Executives, and other interested individuals.

Find out more »
REGISTER

INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS IN THE WORKPLACE (ICSW) – MAY

Performance-Based Objectives Greater confidence in managing and responding to a range of workplace communication scenarios. Physical and vocal techniques to support effective workplace communication. A greater awareness of unique communication style. Strategies to successfully plan and deliver workplace communications.   Target Audience Business Executives Human Resource Managers Sales Executives and all who are in the business of persuading and influencing people.

Find out more »
REGISTER

June 2019

INTERNATIONAL CERTIFIED HUMAN RESOURCES BUSINESS PARTNER PROGRAMME – JUNE

Modern globalization concepts are concerned with transforming human capital and talent management. It is very clear that the role of HR becomes more strategic and deeply involved in the dynamics of the business. The successful HR professionals need to position themselves as a main pillar of the business by being business partners with full responsibilities, through building relationships with people across the organisation, developing a deep understanding of the company’s business model, presenting business solutions, suggesting alternative resolution to chronic concerns, influencing leadership decisions and taking ownership of business process and results. Outline Summarize the changing role of HR in organisations Recognize the value HR can bring to organisations Identify value added activities HR can perform Familiarize with different business strategies and link them to the corporate, departmental and individual performance Pinpoint key core competencies for success as a modern HR professional being a business partner involved in all business directions and activities. Highlight actions HR may take to build trust and credibility with the internal clients. Align and integrate the HR activities to the needs of the business Knowing some strategies for overcoming some of the major obstacles in becoming a trusted HR partner Knowing coaching skills to help your clients through effective listening and questioning sessions Knowing the styles you most often use to effectively influence others Utilize a process to enhance human capabilities and get better performance criterion Identify tactics you can use to gain clients commitment to HR initiatives Discussing individual success measures to measure your success as a HR partner Who Should Attend? HR professionals with 0-4 years’ experience in HR or admin field, who would like to learn how the HR function can become a business partner and drive business results.

Find out more »
REGISTER

INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RESOURCES METRICS AND ANALYTICS PROGRAMME – JUNE

We all know the old saying ‘You can’t manage what you don’t measure’ and ‘What gets measured gets done’. Maybe it is worth coming up with a new one: Pointless Measurement Leads to Pointless Data. Objective: Qualify HR professionals in identifying and quantifying the human drivers of Business outcomes. Create familiarity for HRs and equip them with all related HR data Analysis techniques. Create familiarity with the necessary HR analytic knowledge and skills. Establish full understanding of the HR business strategic and operational functions. This course is essential for the transition process from conventional HR activities to becoming a real HR Business Partner Outline The amazing course of measuring more than HR 120 metrics, covering the main HR functions: Recruitment Metrics, Promotion Metrics, Performance Metrics, TLD Metrics (Training, Learning, and Development), Productivity Metrics, Turnover Metrics for Line and Support Staff, The Ratio of Line and Staff Metrics, Employee Satisfaction Metrics and Its Effects on The Productivity, HR Legal Issues Metrics, Productivity Metrics Linkage with Bonus and Incentives And A Lot More What to expect:         HR Metrics and Analytics HR Metrics and Cost Justification HR Metrics and Analytics Strategy Functional Area- Business & HR Strategy Elaboration of the Human Resources Functional Metrics & Analytics Fundamental metrics General Workforce Metrics Key HR Metrics Key HR Metrics Examples Functional metrics Recruitment Metrics Employee performance metrics HR Training metrics

Find out more »
01June
REGISTER
+ Export Events
Bitnami