Recognition: Certificate of Completion
Course Category: Level 02
Ideal Target Audience: Junior/new employees in a professional environment. Persons seeking to increase their time management skills with the right time management tools.
Course Duration: 1 hour - 2 hours
Language: English
Course Value/ Price: R450.00 (VAT incl.)
   

SHORT COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Chances are good that, at some time in your life, you’ve taken a time management class, read about it in books, and tried to use an electronic or paper-based day planner to organise, prioritise and schedule your day. Before you can even begin to manage time, you must learn what time is. The good news is that real time is mental. You create it. Anything you create, you can manage.


What you will learn:


Lesson 1: Basics of Time Management
Lesson 2: General Time Management Tools

 

Note: For the best learning experience we recommend using the additional reading in conjunction with the interactive online training modules.

Recognition: Certificate of Completion
Course Category: Level 02
Ideal Target Audience: Junior/new employees in a professional environment. Persons who'd like to improve their workplace organisational and scheduling skills.
Course Duration: 1 hour - 2 hours
Language: English
Course Value/ Price: R450.00 (VAT incl.)
   

SHORT COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Sitting down to plan your work in detail may seem like a waste of time. However, taking the time to organise makes your studying more effective: You become more productive, the quality of your work improves, because you know what you have done, and what you still have to do, you don’t panic about “falling behind”, you build your confidence and enjoy the work more. One of the most important organisational skills is the ability to meet deadlines and use time wisely. It usually takes a little experience before a manager can properly assign tasks, allocate resources and complete a project on time. Scheduling involves allocating a time period for specific tasks or workload, and then assigning tasks to certain employees.


What you will learn:


Lesson 1: Scheduling your Work
Lesson 2: Organising your Work

 

Note: For the best learning experience we recommend using the additional reading in conjunction with the interactive online training modules.

Recognition: Certificate of Completion
Course Category: Level 02
Ideal Target Audience: Junior/new employees in a professional environment. Persons struggling with procrastination and determining their most important tasks.
Course Duration: 1 hour - 2 hours
Language: English
Course Value/ Price: R450.00 (VAT incl.)
   

SHORT COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Procrastination is something that many of us struggle with every single day. We simply fail to find the motivation to undertake a task, project or activity because of a myriad of excuses, habits, thoughts and fears. Yet, procrastination can easily be overcome if we simply take time to understand the intricate dynamics of this common past-time. To impress your colleagues/staff and get your work done efficiently, begin by prioritising your workload. This will mean different things for different people. Sometimes what is due first doesn’t necessarily need to be done first. Using this system for prioritising can have its pitfalls. Perhaps the best way to keep things on track is to not let day-to-day distractions keep you from your work.


What you will learn:


Lesson 1: Prioritising your Work
Lesson 2: Overcoming Procrastination

 

Note: For the best learning experience we recommend using the additional reading in conjunction with the interactive online training modules.

Recognition: Certificate of Completion
Course Category: Level 02
Ideal Target Audience: Junior/new employees in a professional environment. Persons seeking to learn basic time management tips in order to overcome daily challenges in time management.
Course Duration: 1 hour - 2 hours
Language: English
Course Value/ Price: R450.00 (VAT incl.)
   

SHORT COURSE DESCRIPTION:

An effective employee must arrange work time to accomplish what needs to be done in the time available. The best way to manage time is to set a goal, develop a plan, and measure the outcome. Time management also focuses on balance, an overall purpose, and supporting principles. The challenge of time management is to manage not only time, but also oneself. The challenge for most people is developing a clear understanding of what time is and how it gets used. In this section, we will provide a few tips for managing your time effectively. These tips can be applied in the workplace as well as your personal life. Since effective time management can reduce work/life stress, this skill should be learned at an early stage and implemented throughout your life. 


What you will learn:


Lesson 1: Challenges to Time Management
Lesson 2: Time Management Tips

 

Note: For the best learning experience we recommend using the additional reading in conjunction with the interactive online training modules.