This month we are pleased to offer you even more discount than normal on all Microsoft SQL Server training courses. We are offering 35% discount on any of the following training courses, for dates taking place in 2011, booked with us before 15th February.
M6231 Maintaining a Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Database
5 Days – RRP £1640 + VAT. Our Price = £1066 + VAT
M6232 Implementing a Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Database
5 Days – RRP £1640 + VAT. Our Price = £1066 + VAT [read more]
This month we have secured some extra discount on a range of training courses so can offer you even bigger discounts than normal!
We are pleased to be able to offer you 25% discount on any of these courses listed below if booked before the 15th February 2011.
1 Day courses are usually priced at £425 + VAT but with your 25% discount you pay just £318.75 + VAT
2 Day courses are priced at £850 + VAT but with your 25% discount you pay just £637.50 + VAT [read more]
The National General Certificate is the most widely held health and safety qualification in the UK with over 143,000 people having gained the award since it was launched in 1989.
What kind of people take the NEBOSH National General Certificate?
Managers, supervisors and staff from all types of organisations who need a broad understanding of health and safety issues. The certificate helps them manage risks effectively.
Is this qualification recognised?
The NEBOSH National General Certificate meets the academic requirements for Technician membership (TechIOSH) of the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) and Associate membership (AIIRSM) of the International Institute of Risk and Safety Management (IIRSM). [read more]
It’s one of those things that I’m sure we all wish that we had more of – ‘Time’. Unfortunately there are only so many hours in a day and therefore time is precious and the effective use of our time is key to working towards achieving our goals, completing projects and being successful.
When you know how to manage your time you gain control. Effective time management helps you to choose what to work on and when. This is essential if you’re to achieve anything of any real worth.
There are many hints, tips, tools and resources available to help us with our time management. What works for some people might not work for others. One thing that is important though is to have the personal desire and commitment to improve your time management as without this no amount of hints or tips or systems will work. We’ve detailed below some points that might help you to manage your time better:
Plan Tomorrow Today
Don’t finish today until you have planned tomorrow. At the end of each day, think about the things that you need to get completed and write them down in order of priority. This way you won’t waste time first thing deciding what needs doing and when. [read more]
Martin Smith is a highly regarded Freelance Learning and Development Consultant with many years experience of helping organisations, teams and individuals, to get the best from their people. His experience spans three diverse industries and encompasses sectors such as engineering, design, customer service, finance, supply chain and procurement. Martin has kindly written the following article for us on Organisational Change – Looking after those left behind.
Looking after those left behind…….
In times of organisational re-structuring attention is quite rightly given to those that are being impacted and who are leaving the business due to redundancy. But beware of forgetting to spend time and effort thinking about the people that will remain in the ‘new organisation’ as well, otherwise it could cost you in the long run.
I have been lucky enough to work with some very large organisations over the years, most of who were almost in a constant state of change and business re-organisation, re-shaping or downsizing leading to redundancy for many roles. Naturally at times like this a lot of effort is put into making sure that those impacted by the loss of jobs are well cared for and given as much help as possible to find new employment opportunities. [read more]