Professional Development Workshops
Workshops are usually one day in duration and include any relevant learning materials and handouts for you to take back to your workplace. Recognition First work nationally, so we can run workshops in capital cities or regional areas. Costs vary depending on a number of factors such as location and number of particpants, so contact Recognition First so we can tailor a quote to suit your organisation's needs. Many of our workshops are aligned with units of competency from qualifications such as the Diploma of Management and Certificate IV in Frontline Management so participants have an option of completing assessment to receive an accredited Statement of Attainment.
These workshops have been designed to address key management areas. They have been developed based on feedback we have received from the number of small, medium and large organisation we work to reflect the current issues faced by managers in today's workplaces. They are ideal for team leaders, supervisors, coordinators and middle and senior managers who are looking to develop their skills and knowledge.
Managing Industrial Relations - This workshop is aimed at demystifying the processes and functions of the Australian Industrial Relations system.The workshop covers the terminology of IR and include information and strategies for preventing and resolving disputes.
How to Manage Your Budget - As managers we’re responsible for achieving organisational goals with a finite amount of resources. Budgets are a key planning tool for any organisation whether you work for a for-profit, or not-for-profit company. As a manager you need to understand your organisation’s budgetary and financial processes, work within them, and ensure that your team understands works within the relevant parameters.
Managing Yourself to Get the Job Done - Managers are not ‘born Managers’ or grown in a greenhouse – often we’re promoted and given the title of “Manager” without really knowing exactly what that means or what it entails. In reality it is a whole new level of responsibility. Responsibility for others yes, if you manage staff, but more importantly it’s more responsibility for yourself and your own work.
Risk Management - How would your organisation cope if a virus crashed your IT system and all of your data was destroyed? What would you do if a major supplier went out of business unexpectedly, or if a change of government meant that overnight 65% of your funding was completely cut off? What are your employees and customers saying or ‘blogging’ about your brand to a potential audience of millions?
Managing Poor Performance/Turning Poor Performance Into Positive Outcomes - This is an aspect of management that can strike fear into the heart of many a manager, but for those of us who manage staff it is something we have to deal with on a daily basis. What do we do about poor performance? How do we motivate our staff? How do we keep our staff focused and engaged? We often know that staff can do the job well, sometimes it’s a matter of unlocking the secret that will ensure they will do it well.
Capability Skills Frameworks
Leadership and Influence
The Middle Manager
Dealing with Difficult Sitations
Customer Service/Creative Problem-Solving
Acceptable Behaviour in the Workplace
Supply Chain Management
Vocational Education and Training (VET) Workshops
These are ideal for RTO managers and training and assessment professionals looking to maintain and enhance their professional development.
Making Sense of the Jigsaw - AQTF & Training Packages - Do you understand why and how job roles are centre piece to the AQTF and Training Package Design?
Best Practice Assessment - Validating Assessment Outcomes - Understand how units are built and 'how' and 'why' holistic assessment of workplace tasks meets the outcome of the units.
Getting it Right - Skills Recognition - Understand evidence gathering techniques, dispel myths about RPL and implement simple processes when applying the RPL process.