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Effective Time and Prioritisation Management Skills Training Course (One Day)

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Our Time and Prioritisation Management Course looks at current working practices and explores techniques for gaining greater control over time with a more structured and planned approach to managing interruptions, priorities, processes and people.

By the end of our Time and Prioritisation Management Course you will be able to understand how you use your own time, consider the use of MS Outlook to manage tasks, manage e-mails more effectively, prioritise key areas of activity, avoid procrastination and make better decisions, delegate and plan more efficiently and know how to say `no' without feeling guilty.

Timings are normally 9.30 am to 4.30 pm.

Booking confirmations: We will email you to confirm receipt of your booking within five working days. A confirmation invoice will be issued to either request payment by either BACS/cheque or confirmation of payment if you have made a card payment already through our World Pay Account.  Again this will be issued within five working days. Also detailed joining instructions are normally released by email at least seven working days prior to the date of the course.

We look forward to receiving your booking and welcoming you onto the course.

  • Looking at why time management is important to performance.
  • Evaluating how time is used currently.
  • Managing meetings for effective results
  • Planning and setting priorities to meet deadlines
  • Setting yourself objectives
  • The six steps to taking decisive action
  • The importance/urgency matrix
  • Common causes of wasted time
  • Handling interruptions and controlling requests
  • Delegation for an improved performance
  • Identifying areas of concern and solutions
  • Tips on using outlook to manage e-mails and tasks
  • Crisis/issue management
  • Understanding yourself and others in being more effective in your time and workload management

All our course are tailored through individual pre-course questionnaires issued at the time of booking.

Individuals and teams who want to be more effective with their time management and to take back control of one of the most pressure commodities in your life - TIME.

If you prefer we can come to you and deliver a course at your business for small or larger groups - email us at for an in-company quote for this training, call us on 01423 861122 or contact us through our website.

A few comments from our delegates:

Thank you very much for the training - it has been extremely encouraging and worthwhile

I found Mike to be an extremely effective trainer and motivator. He had a wealth of appropriate experience that he used to provide advice as well as focussing on my particular and specific situation and how I can become more effective. I would recommend Ripley Training Ltd to others who are seeking time management skills - Excellent!

A very good course especially with a small group rather than a larger group

I really enjoyed the course and I will be recommending the course to people I know!

I feel much more clearer headed and I will be much better organised as a result of attending the course

I would recommend this course - learnt a variety of tools that will aid my time management on a day to day basis

Very professional competent trainer

Really enjoyable day with excellent delivery

Useful group activities and lots of interesting detail to take back to the workplace

Very interesting - kept my interest throughout the day

The course was well structured, well presented and hit it's objectives - I am confident that my team will benefit from the course when they return back to work

Trainer was great, listened to call our needs and jobs. Also understood what we all wanted to get out of the course

The training met and exceeded my expectations - well delivered training course

It was good - covered all aspects of our group objectives which meant we didn't talk about things that were not relevant to us

A real eye opener as many of the things were refreshers but were impacting badly on efficiency by not remembering them

The course has given me a structure to work towards and will need enable me to be more focused

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£575.00 + VAT
per delegate

INCLUDES: Expert Trainer, Training Materials, Lunch and Refreshments

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