Introduction:

This programme is intended for those who assess people for their achievement of learning outcomes in terms of specified criteria using pre-designed assessment instruments.  By the end of this programme given the Assessment Tools, Methodologies and Performance Requirements, you will be able to conduct an effective Outcomes Based Assessment using all relevant principles in accordance with Emergence Learning Academy.

The following unit standards are linked to this programme:

  • 114924 – Demonstrate understanding of the outcomes-based education and training approach within the context of a National Qualifications Framework at Level 5 (5 credits)
  • 115753 – Conduct outcomes-based assessment at Level 5 (15 credits)
  • 15221 – Provide information and advice regarding skills development and related issues at Level 5 (4 credits)

Duration:

This short learning programme is presented over a period of 3 days and the learner will be required to submit a workplace project (Portfolio of Evidence) over a period of 2 months.

Who Should Attend This Course?

  • Managers
  • Trainers
  • Human Resource Managers
  • Supervisors
  • Facilitators
  • Coaches
  • Work Place Assessors

Learning assumed to be in place:

The credit calculation is based on the assumption that those starting to learn towards this unit standard have no previous assessment experience. It is assumed, though, that the candidate-assessors have evaluative expertise within the area of learning in which they intend to assess

Learning Outcomes:

  • Explain the outcomes-based approach to education and training;
  • Describe the National Qualifications Framework;
  • Describe and explain standards;
  • Describe and explain national qualifications;
  • Develop a broad plan for implementing the NQF within an organisation;
  • Demonstrate understanding of outcomes-based assessment;
  • Prepare for assessments;
  • Conduct assessments;
  • Provide feedback on assessments;
  • Review assessments;
  • Provide information related to skills development, including relevant legislation, learning and assessment;
  • Advise an organisation concerning the alignment of skills development practices to the information provided; and
  • Advise on the promotion of skills development.

Training Methods:

This training programme may be presented in the following methods:

  • Face-to-face
  • Distance Learning

Assessment:

The learners will be required to complete a Portfolio of Evidence (POE) consisting of evidence generated in class as well as the practical workplace application.

  • A diagnostic assessment will be conducted to determine the learners understanding of outcomes base assessment, the principles and process.
  • Formative assessment will be conducted in the form of individual activities, group activities and/or self-assessments. A specific scoring system is given for each activity.
  • Summative assessment consists of a knowledge test (questionnaire) and a practical workplace assignment.

Introduction:

The short learning programme is aimed at those who conduct internal or external moderation of outcomes-based assessments. The assessments could be in terms of outcomes defined in a number of documents, including but not limited to unit standards, exit level outcomes, assessment standards, curriculum statements and qualifications.
Those who have achieved this unit standard will be able to moderate assessments in terms of the relevant outcome statements and quality assurance requirements. The candidate-moderator will be able to use the prescribed Quality Assurance procedures in a fair, valid, reliable and practicable manner that is free of all bias and discrimination, paying particular attention to the three groups targeted for redress: race, gender and disability.

This four day program is directly aligned to the unit standard: Conduct Moderation of Outcomes Based Assessments

SAQA ID: 115759
NQF Level: 6

On successful completion of this program, learners will be awarded 10 national credits

Learning assumed to be in place:
It is to be assumed that the learner has completed the following unit standards:

  • SAQA US ID: 114924 – Demonstrate understanding of the outcomes-based education and training approach within the context of a National Qualifications Framework
  • SAQA US ID: 115753 – Conduct outcomes-based assessment
  • SAQA US ID: 15221 – Provide information and advice regarding skills development and related issues

Learning Outcomes:

  • To moderate practices in the context of an outcomes-based assessment system
  • To plan and prepare for Moderation
  • To conduct Moderation
  • To advise and support assessors
  • To report, record and administer the moderation
  • To review moderation systems and processes

Training Methods:
This training programme may be presented in the following methods:

  • Face-to-face
  • Distance Learning

Assessment:
The learners will be required to complete a Portfolio of Evidence (POE) consisting of evidence generated in class as well as the practical workplace application.

  • A diagnostic assessment will be conducted to determine the learners understanding of moderation.
  • Formative assessment will be conducted in the form of individual activities, group activities and/or self-assessments. A specific scoring system is given for each activity and constitutes 5% of the final judgement.
  • Summative assessment consists of a knowledge test (questionnaire) and a practical workplace assignment. The knowledge questionnaire contains its own scoring system and constitutes 25% and the practical moderation assignment constitutes 70% of the overall summative assessment. The practical assignment consists of an actual Moderation that must be conducted by the candidate moderator on at least two sets of real assessment material for the same standards and at least six assessor decisions using the templates and resources provided.

Facilitate Learning Using a Variety of Given Methodologies

Duration:  2 Days

Purpose of the Skills Program

This skills program will provide recognition for those who facilitate or intend to facilitate learning using a variety of given methodologies. Formal recognition will enhance their employability and also provide a means to identify competent learning facilitators.

Organizations get things done when people do their jobs effectively. To make things happen, people need to be well trained. This requires:

  1. Identifying the needs of the organization, and the individual
  2. Designing and selecting appropriate training to meet those needs
  3. Delivering that training and assessing how effective it was

Effective Leaders are convinced that training plays a critically important role in current performance and future prosperity.

 

Who Should Attend This Course?

  • Human Resource Directors
  • Training Managers
  • Trainers
  • Potential Trainers
  • Coaches

Course Outcomes:

  • Develop and/or enhance your training and facilitation skills
  • Understand the planning process.
  • Discover the benefits of a good structure in a training programme
  • Realise the importance of evaluation
  • Deliver presentations
  • Deliver & facilitate group learning
  • Review training and development

It is also a fact that providing training to staff members assist in attracting, developing and retaining quality staff for your organization.

During this course delegates learn new skills that will enhance and ensure the transfer of knowledge in the workplace where it can be measured and evaluated against set and expected outcomes.

Concepts and Principles Covered In the Skills Program

The following knowledge is embedded within the unit standard, and will be assessed directly or implicitly through assessment of the specific outcomes in terms of the assessment criteria:

  • The sector and workplace skills plan
  • At least three methodologies for facilitating learning
  • Strategies, techniques and activities for using the kinds of support materials and/or equipment appropriate to facilitation methodologies
  • Methods for evaluating learning and facilitation
  • Psychology of group dynamics
  • Outcomes-based approach to learning
  • Forms of practice that promote the values described in the Bill of Rights and the principles underpinning the National Qualifications Framework and Employment Equity Act

 

Introduction

Achieving success in today’s competitive global markets takes more than great products and services.  Knowing how to deliver a differentiated and highly competitive customer experience, cost effectively is critically important and increasingly challenging.
Emergence Learning Academy will be bringing their understanding and experience of these current trends and contextualising them for your organisation.

Customer Service Programme Process Outline

The Programme focuses on enabling participants, both individually and collectively, to implement meaningful Customer Service. Working closely with your organisation, we will ensure the Programme is customised and integrated into your organisation strategy.

The Emergence Learning Academy Customer Service Programme is a structured process.  The Programme is broken into three modules (table 1).  Each module introduces new concepts and principles of Customer Service and builds on from proceeding modules.  The focus of the learning Programme is to facilitate a shift from thought to action.  This is achieved through repeated practice in role plays and case studies which have been customised to the organisation context. It is designed to assist your organisation in providing critical skills necessary to meet the needs of the wide range of services provided to largest clients.

3.1 Learning Outcomes:

Every organisation faces two competing demands: it must execute its current activities and adapt those same activities to face future opportunities and challenges. These tasks of managing Customer Service efficiency and effectiveness are central to the Programme.

On completion of the Customer Service Programme participants will be able to:

  • Gain clearer understanding of personal competency gaps and how to effectively close these.
  • Successfully segment the different customers and to understand their different product and financing needs.
  • Efficiently manage the client relationship and prepare the calls.
  • Utilising interpersonal skills to “hunt” and “farm” corporate clients.
  • Improve the share of wallet and your cross-sell ratio.
  • Setting appropriate goals for the Relationship Managers and monitoring success.
  • Measure client and product profitability.
  • Set appropriate pricing for the different client segments

3.2 Implementation Approach

The Customer Service Programme is focused on the learning “experience”.  Utilising the latest theories and principles of customer service, Emergence Learning Academy has designed a Programme which focuses on delegate participation through individual and group work.  Participants are encouraged to bring working examples and case studies from their workplace prior to each session. These then form the context for the learning.  Role plays, video clips and world café discussions are key facilitation methods used.

This short learning program was designed to enable delegates to plan and prepare a business project, implement and monitor the project and successfully close out the project.  Utilising active learning techniques, the delegates learn the PMBOK concepts and principles of project management through the participation in a business game.
On completion the delegate is able to begin operating in a project environment by understanding the PMBOK terminology used and interpreting and explaining fundamental concepts of project management.

This three-day program is directly aligned to the unit standard: Supervise a project team of a developmental project to deliver project objectives

SAQA ID: 10146

NQF Level: 5

On successful completion of this program, learners will be awarded 14 national credits

Learning Outcomes

The qualifying learner is capable of:

  • Explaining the nature of a project.
  • Explaining the nature and application of project management.
  • Explaining the types of structures that are found in a project environment.
  • Explaining the application of organisation structures in a project environment.
  • Explaining the major processes and activities required to manage a project.
  • Creating a project charter
  • Creating a Work and Task Breakdown structure
  • Designing a project plan, schedule (Gant Chart) and project reports
  • Manage the project budget, team and risk
  • Closing out a project

Program Outline

What is a project?

  • Special features of a project
  • The role of the project manager
  • Teams and project management

Business game –

Utilising a business game delegates will:

  • Identify a project
  • Create and outline the project life cycle
  • Create a full work break down structure
  • Create a project charter and scope statement
  • Design a project plan and project reports
  • Demonstrate through the simulation an understanding of the application of the four phases of a project

Certification

Successful candidates will receive an attendance certificate and a statement of results upon external verification by the Services Seta.

Introduction

This short learning program is for all persons involved in administration in commercial or non-commercial organisations and who have the responsibility of developing administrative procedures to make the administrative component of the organisation more effective and efficient and so to aid the Organisation to attain its mission, vision and objectives.

This two day program is directly aligned to the unit standard: Develop administrative procedures in a selected organisation

SAQA ID: 110003

NQF Level: 4

On successful completion of this program, learners will be awarded 8 national credits

Who will benefit from attending this Program?

  • All people involved in administration in a commercial or non-commercial organisation
  • People who are required to implement administrative procedures.

Program Outcomes and Outlines

  • Introduction to administrative systems
  • Develop and update administrative systems in a specific business environment
  • Develop systems to keep administrative information at the required level of confidentiality
  • Develop policies and procedures on administrative systems and write them into a policies manual
  • Portfolio of evidence requirements

Introduction

This short learning program will assist people who need to deal with conflict situations in the workplace.  It provides learners with an understanding of conflict situations and the communication skills required to resolve conflict in a constructive manner.  It will also provide learners with the understanding of the processes and procedures for the reduction and elimination of conflict in the workplace.

 This two day program is directly aligned to the unit standard: Participate in management of conflict

SAQA ID: 14609

NQF Level: 5

On successful completion of this program, learners will be awarded 4 national credits

Who will benefit from attending this Program?

  • People who are in supervisory, line management or leadership positions and may need to deal with conflict in the workplace
  • People who are group or team leaders and have people reporting to them and may be required to resolve conflict in the workplace.
  • Human Resource practitioners who work with staff matters.

Program Outcomes and Outlines

Day 1

  • Identify and describe existing and potential conflict situations
  • Explore the causes of conflict
  • Look at different cultural and traditional practices
  • Look at different value systems
  • Define discrimination and stereotyping
  • Introduction to conflict resolution and management processes

Day 2

  • Participate in conflict resolution and management processes
  • Negotiation
  • Mediation
  • Arbitration
  • Evaluate conflict resolution and management processes
  • Monitor and respond to conflict resolution and management processes

Introduction

This short learning program will assist those who conduct or intend to conduct targeted training and development using given methodologies, including group training, group facilitation and presentations. This will also enhance their employability and also provide a means to identify competent trainers.

This two day program is directly aligned to the unit standard: Conduct targeted training and development using given methodologies

SAQA ID: 117870

NQF Level: 4

On successful completion of this program, learners will be awarded 10 national credits

Who will benefit from attending this Program?

People who are involved in identifying and providing structured and targeted skills development opportunities in the workplace with individuals and groups.

Program Outcomes:

  • Plan and prepare for training and development;
  • Deliver presentations for training and development purposes;
  • Deliver group training sessions;
  • Facilitate group learning activities; and
  • Review training.

Training Methods:

This training programme may be presented in the following methods:

  • Face-to-face
  • Distance Learning

Assessment:

The learners will be required to complete a Portfolio of Evidence (POE) consisting of evidence generated in class as well as the practical workplace application.

  • A diagnostic assessment will be conducted to determine the learners understanding of outcomes based education and training.
  • Formative assessment will be conducted in the form of individual activities, group activities and/or self-assessments.
  • Summative assessment consists of a knowledge test (questionnaire) and a practical workplace assignment. The practical assignment consists of a practical presentation that must be conducted by the learner.

Introduction
The broad aim of this course is to develop and equip each learner with the necessary skills and knowledge to become an effective Skills Development Facilitator.

Course objectives
Upon completing this course, the participants should be able to:

  • have an overview of the Skills Development Act, Employment Equity Act and other relevant legislation;
  • describe and explain the functions of a skills development facilitator;
  • develop an organisational and development plan;
  • conduct analysis to determine outcomes of learning skills development;
  • co-ordinate planned skills development interventions;
  • conduct skills development administration; and
  • Provide information and advice regarding skills development and related issues.

Duration: 5 days

Course outline
This course is comprises of 7 unit standard with a total of 37 credits at NQF Level 5, as follows:

  • Module 1
  • 15217 – Develop an organisational training and development plan
  • 15218 – Conduct an analysis to determine outcomes of learning for skills development and other purposes
  • Module 2:
  • 15232 – Coordinate planned skills development interventions in an organisation
  • 15228 – Advise on the establishment and implementation of a quality management system for skills development practices in an organisation
  • 15227 – Conduct skills development administration in an organisation
  • 252041 – Promote a learning culture in an organisation.
  • 15221 – Provide information and advice regarding skills development and related issues.

Delivery Method:
The training will comprise of facilitation, group discussions, breakaway activities, presentations and compilation of portfolio of evidence.

Assessment:
Assessments may take a number of forms:

  • Formative assessment:
  • Participation in course discussions, activities and plenary sessions
  • Portfolio of evidence
  • Summative assessment:
  • Workplace assignment
  • Portfolio of Evidence

Each delegate will work on the current SETA Workplace Skills Plans and Annual Training Reports by way of compiling a comprehensive Portfolio of Evidence.  The learning program is designed to ensure that the POE compilation is largely done in training with the guidance of an expert facilitator and there will be a workplace assignment for summative assessment.

Introduction
This short learning program will be useful for those who are tasked with a presentation function in an organisation or those who intend to present information to the audience. The program will equip delegates with the skills to plan, organize and prepare information in a focused and coherent manner.

This two day program is directly aligned to the unit standard: Plan and prepare for an efficient presentation

SAQA ID: 242842

NQF Level: 4

On successful completion of this program, learners will be awarded 2 national credits

Who will benefit from attending this short learning program?

  • People who are required to present information within an organisation.
  • People who are required to prepare presentation material.

Program Outcomes and Outlines

  • Identifying and analyising the target audience for an effective presentation.
  • Planning and preparing the structure to communicate the central message of the presentation logically.
  • Planning visuals and other devices to involve the audience during the presentation.
  • Preparing supporting material suitable for the presentation.
  • Identifying and analyzing the environment for the presentation.
  • Identifying and choosing the kind of presentation fit for the purpose.

Introduction
Emergence Learning Academy propose that you accelerate your learning by registering for our Recognition of Prior Learning, to identify your areas of prior experience that could count as credits towards the qualification.

Emergence Learning Academy will, through assessment, give credit to learning and/or experience which has already been acquired in different ways, namely:  formal education and training; formal and informal on the job training; self-study; experience and in-house education and training; where the existing competencies meet the standards required.

Emergence Learning Academy can conduct the RPL process on a distance learning basis should you so require.

Emergence Learning Academy assist learners to complete their Portfolio of Evidence by conducting an orientation session with the objective of alerting learners what evidence will be needed for the Portfolio of Evidence. Emergence Learning Academies RPL assessment is conducted on a modular basis.

 We provide RPL against the following Qualifications: 

  • National Diploma Human Resource Management NQF Level 5
  • ILM Level 4 ILM Leadership & Management Diploma
  • National Certificate: Occupationally Directed Education Training and Development Practice (ODETDP) NQF Level 4
  • National Certificate: Occupationally Directed Education Training and Development Practice (ODETDP) NQF Level 5
  • National Diploma: Occupationally Directed Education Training and Development Practice (ODETDP) NQF Level 5

The extreme business conditions we are experiencing suggest the HR business partner role has never been more necessary. The demands of the role have also grown in line with the increased importance of the HR business partner. This means that in order to be successful, HR business partners need to be on top of their game, managing what has become an increasingly complex set of skills.

This training programme is about making HR business partners more effective, utilising the latest HR research and experiential learning approaches. We will be sharing our practical experience in making this happen in business, in what we call being both a strategy architect and a credible activist.

The programme is designed to enable HR business partners to:

  • Achieve improved business results using relevant HR approaches and tools
  • Manage complex organisation dynamics in order to achieve better results
  • Leverage core HR competencies to impact business
  • Test learning using case studies, role plays and coaching

Some of the key areas we will cover include:

  • Getting and using your seat at the business table
  • Leading sustainable change
  • Navigating ambiguity
  • Being a talent champion
  • Combining business with HR to best effect
  • Keeping your HR credibility

So whether you are new to being a business partner or a mature generalist that would like to deepen or refresh their skills, this programme will be of benefit.

 Two Day Training Workshop – Course Outline

Day 1: HR Strategic Agenda

  • Global HR trends
  • The evolution of HR
  • The role of the HR BP
  • HR Diagnostic©
  • Succession and Talent Case Study

Day 2: Credible Activist                    

  • HR BP competencies
  • HR BP self-assessment
  • Dealing with difficult Executives
  • Influence and Credibility role play

 

HR Standards Workshop

The adoption of HR standards ensures that HR is able to effectively deliver and measure its impact against its HR strategy and ultimately meet the objectives of the organisation. The first step towards the successful implementation of HR standards is ensuring a thorough understanding of the standards themselves by attending an HR standards workshop.

The aim of this one-day workshop is to provide HR professionals and relevant line managers with the following:

  • Knowledge on how the HR standards system and professional practice model works;
  • Understand how to implement and support HR standards within the work place; and
  • Know how to use the standards to assess and prepare for a HR standards review.

The workshop goes into detail regarding how strategy, architecture and delivery integrate to form a holistic HRM standards system.

The HRM system standards model is shown below:

Participants will receive a detailed HR standards file, including all the practice standards. Please note the HR Standards Files are an additional cost of R550 per file.

Introduction
This short learning program is designed to assist people who need to become more effective employees in their own workplaces.  It provides learners with insight into planning and organising of their own workload – to work smarter not faster.  It will show learners how their relationships with other people affects their work lives.

 This two day program is directly aligned to the unit standard: Achieve personal effectiveness in business environment

SAQA ID: 110021
NQF Level: 4

On successful completion of this program, learners will be awarded 6 national credits

Who will benefit from attending this program?

  • All employees who need to improve their own personal effectiveness at work
  • People who are fast tracked and need to prove they are capable of organising their own work lives.
  • People who want to grow and develop their careers by being more aware of how their own effectiveness impacts on their future.

Program Outcomes

  • Plan and organise own work
  • Introduction to process management – how to work smarter not faster.
  • Establish and maintain working relationships
  • Communication skills that ensure effective working relations
  • Team work, relationship and conflict management
  • Who are our customers
  • How to manage other people’s time
  • Business systems administration – no job is complete until the paperwork is done.
  • Setting up business processes
  • Monitoring of business process
  • Portfolio of evidence requirements

This Qualification is linked to the South African National Unit Standard: 61592 and holds 249 credits at NQF Level 5 and is aligned to the South African Human Resources Standards.

Emergence Growth focuses on customized development solutions that are tailored to suit specific organisation requirements. Our training philosophy is based on ensuring co-operative and outcomes- based learning which facilitates participative discussion and workplace application ensuring that delegates not only exchange ideas, but are able to practically implement principles and techniques in their workplace.

Purpose:

This diploma will be useful to people who operationalise some aspects of the core processes and practices at a basic level across the four role clusters in human resources management and practices:

  • Strategic planning for human resources management and practices;
  • Acquisition, development and utilisation of people;
  • Establishment and improvement of labour and employee relations; and
  • Compensation and administration   related   to   human   resources   management

Holders of the qualification will be able to operationalise some aspects of the core human resources management processes at a basic level and integrate them into an organisation’s business processes. Holding the qualification will enable candidates to enter learning programmes for a generalist degree in Human Resources Management and Practices.

National Diploma – Human Resource Management – Course outline

Organisations require a reliable indicator that a person is competent to operationalise aspects of the core processes and practices at a basic level across the four role clusters identified in the field analysis:

  • Strategic planning for human resources management and practices;
  • Acquisition, development and utilisation of people;
  • Establishment and improvement of labour and employee relations; and
  • Compensation and administration   related   to   human   resources   management

Holding the National Diploma in Human Resources Management and Practices will serve as an indicator to organisations that a person is competent in this regard.

The modules follow:
Assessment

On successful completion the delegates will then be awarded the total requisite South Africa National credits to a total of 249 credits. The final examination and the delegate’s portfolio of evidence are assessed internally be Emergence Growth and externally by South African Board of People Practice (SABPP) who will then endorse their results and provide the delegates with a National Statement of Results.

The National Diploma in Human Resource Management Practices is recognised by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and will provide delegates with the requirements to register for the SHRM Certified Professional Qualification (SHRM-CP).

Emergence Learning Academy in association with SABPP

Course duration: 3 Days

Special features:

  • Behaviour modelling and role plays throughout the 3 days
  • Real life case studies used for assessment and for reinforcing learning

 Target group:

  • Shop stewards
  • Union Officials
  • Bargaining council officials
  • Senior Managers /Managers
  • Supervisors
  • HR Professionals

Course overview
Module 1: Introduction to Employee Relations

  • Employee relations-labour relations debate
  • Contract of employment and common law requirements
  • Employee rights and responsibilities
  • South African sources of labour law
  • Code of Good Practice: Dismissal
  • Overview of labour legislation including amendments

Module 2: Discipline

  • Why discipline?
  • Principles of discipline
  • Is discipline a line or HR function?
  • Disciplinary code and procedure
  • Levels of discipline
  • Categories of dismissal

 Module 3: Corrective Discipline

  • Levels of disciplinary action
  • Counselling interview
  • Disciplinary interview
  • General guidelines on discipline

Module 4: Disciplinary Hearings

  • Fair reasons for dismissal: Procedural, substantive and operational reasons
  • Incompatibility
  • The disciplinary hearing
  • The initiator and chairperson
  • The process of disciplinary hearing
  • Disciplinary investigation and preparation
  • Real life short case studies of disciplinary cases and scenarios to reinforce learning
  • Chairing a disciplinary hearing

Module 5: Grievance Hearings

  • Principles of the management of grievance
  • Chairing a grievance hearing

Module 6: Behaviour modelling and role plays

  • Correct behaviour is modelled on how to chair a disciplinary hearing
  • Each delegate role plays the chairing of a disciplinary hearing by following a checklist

Introduction
This short learning program requires learners to reflect on the strengths and weaknesses of themselves and their teams in order to manage team performance.

This two days short learning program is directly aligned to the unit standard: Apply knowledge of self and team in order to develop a plan to enhance team performance

SAQA ID: 13912
NQF Level: 3

On successful completion of this program, learners will be awarded 5 national credits

Who will benefit from attending this program?

  • Managers of small businesses and junior managers of business units in larger organisations. The term business unit in this unit standard implies a small business, cost centre, section or department.
  • Junior managers include,
  • Team leaders, supervisors,
  • First line managers and section heads.
  • First level of management in an organisation at which an employee has other employees reporting to him/her.

Program Outcomes

  • Understanding him/herself as worker in a specific position.
  • Identifying own role in an organisation.
  • Understanding the dynamics within a specific group.
  • Using a variety of strategies to deal with potential conflict in a team or group.
  • Developing a plan of action to enhance team performance.

Our definition of a strengths team is an imperfect but talented group of contributors, who are valued for their strengths and who need one another to realise individual and team excellence.

The two day Team Dynamics Workshop provides grounding for the unique strengths and contributions of each team member.  It teaches them a better understanding of their independent roles and aims to expand and enhance their partnerships in order to build an interdependent team.  The attendees will learn how to use their collective talents to achieve specific performance objectives.

Please note:  In order to facilitate the workshop we will require the names and strengths of each attendee prior to the workshop date.

WORKSHOP GOALS
Emergence Growth uses the following simple, but proven 5-step approach to building team strengths that empowers individuals and managers:

  • Create awareness of the principles of strength based development
  • Increase awareness of and appreciation for the team’s individual and collective talents and strengths
  • Enable the team’s application of the principles of strength based development within the context of the organisation
  • Increase the team member’s application of their individual and collective talents and strengths
  • Conclude with a team strategy and action plan

When team members are aware of each other’s talent filters, they understand how each person is inclined to think, act and feel. This awareness helps the team navigate the issues all teams encounter. They understand how the team can best work together to accomplish its goals and performance objectives.

WORKSHOP OUTLINE
Day 1

  • Introduction – How strengths can help with change management and transformation
    • The role of a strengths based leader during change
  • Start With Talent; Finish With Strength (introducing a team to strengths-based development principles)
    • Introduce the concept of talent as a critical business driver.
    • Help each person start to explore his or her greatest talents and how to apply them.
    • Discuss and explore ways the team can start to become a strengths-based team.
  • The Power of Strengths-Based Partnerships (helping team members understand their unique strengths within the context of others)
    • Opportunities to partner and collaborate
    • Help team members appreciate the talents and value that each person brings to the team

Day 2

  • The DNA of the Team (helping the team gain awareness and appreciation of the team’s collective talents)
    • What makes a great strengths team
    • 4 domains of team strengths
    • Team strengths grid
  • The Best of Us (helping team members begin to harness their individual and collective talents)
    • Team charter

WHAT TO EXPECT

During the Team Dynamics Workshop we use a team strengths grid to create awareness and help team members understand how best the team can work together.

By the end of the team building workshop, the following outputs are achieved:

  • Identification of individual strengths (name)
  • Understanding of how to use individual strengths within a team context using the team strengths grid (claim)
  • Team plan and charter aim at achieving team goals (aim)

 In addition, the following activities will be conducted with the team:

  • Love, Crazy, Envy;
  • What makes a great team;
  • The best of us activity;
  • Powerful partnerships; and
  • The 4 domains of team strength.

Duration: 1 day

Course focus:
This session introduces the Basic Functionality of Word and its Ability to Produce Professional Documentation which enables the learner to quickly and effectively Create, Edit and acquire the important Formatting Techniques vital for ease of use and Organization of Document Content. It has been designed to lead you through all the tasks you are most likely to want to perform in Microsoft Word.

Who should attend this course?

  • This course is aimed at anyone who wishes to learn Microsoft Office Word Basic.
  • The following people will find this course helpful:
  • Anyone who has not worked with Word before
  • Anyone who has worked a bit with Word but is not familiar with all its functions
  • Receptionists
  • Personal Assistants
  • Secretaries
  • Administration Clerks

Content of course

Unit 1: Working in a Word Environment.

  • Topic A: Opening, Moving, and Document Creation. It is important to be able to effectively Open Existing Documents, Move Documents to desired locations as well as Create New Documents easily and effectively in using the Word Program.
  • Topic B:  Displaying Different Views of a Document. Here we enable you to make use of Word’s various Viewing Options so that you know which View to use for different tasks and how to tailor the Program to meet your needs.
  • Topic C: Navigation within Documents. The various Navigation Techniques are demonstrated in order for you to Find Specific Content within your Document and make a series of Word Replacements throughout the whole Document in a matter of seconds.
  • Topic D: Saving your Documents using Save and Save As. Saving the work that you produce is one of the most important steps in Working In and Creating New Documents. We also cover the Save as Function in order for you to Save Copies of altered versions of the same Document in different locations.Unit 2: Editing and ProofreadingWhether you are a novice or experience writer, you need to ensure that your Documents are correct, logical and persuasive, as most likely you are not the sole user of that Document.
  • Topic A:  Making changes to a Document. Here we demonstrate the most effective way to make Single and Multiple changes to a Document quickly and easily. Editing Tools provide Quick Selection Techniques and Drag-and-Drop Editing to make it easy to Move or Copy Text anywhere you want it. We include Short Cut Keys to enhance your efficiency of these methods.
  • Topic B: Spelling and Grammar. We introduce the AutoCorrect and Spelling and Grammar features that make it easy to correct grammatical errors before sharing a Document with others.Unit 3: Text Formatting
  • The appearance of your Documents helps to convey the message. We demonstrate how to develop Professional-looking Documents appropriate to the Contents. We work through Bulleted and Numbered Lists and experiment with Creating and Adding Quick Styles in order to change the look of individual words. Text Formatting also includes Alignment and the use of Tabs, Spacing, Borders and Shading as well as adding Themes to Documents.Unit 4: Simple Graphical Elements
  • Some Documents might benefit from the addition of Graphic Elements, either to reinforce their concepts or to make them more attention grabbing or visually appealing. We demonstrate how to incorporate and Insert different types of Graphical Elements to make this all possible.Unit 5: Printing and Page Setup for Printing
  • Before hitting the Print button it is vital that you check that the pages are efficiently laid out and that there are no Formatting problems, such as a heading that prints on a separate page from its text. We demonstrate the Tools that word offers for Finalizing a Document and ensuring that the end product of all your hard work contains no traces of personal or confidential information.

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Duration: 1 day

The course focuses on:

A more in-depth look at Word and its functions. The course shows you how to manage list, draw your own tables and format. You will also learn how to change the style of a document, work with pictures and graphics. By the end of the day you will be able to control the text flow of a document, use and create templates and do a mail merge.

 Who should attend this course?

  • This course is aimed at anyone who wishes to learn Microsoft Office Word Intermediate. The following people will find this course helpful:
  • Anyone who wish to create a document using Word
  • Anyone who has basic knowledge of Word and wish to perfect their document creation skills
  • Receptionists
  • Personal Assistants
  • Secretaries
  • Administration Clerks

Content of course:

Unit 1: Working with Lists

  • Topic A: The Word Window Components
  • Topic B: Managing Lists
  • Topic C: Bulleted lists
  • Topic D: Changing the format of the bullets
  • Topic E: Customising your bullets
  • Topic F: Numbered lists
  • Topic G: Formatting a Numbered List
  • Topic H: Customizing your numbering
  • Topic I: Restart numbering
  • Topic J: Sorting a list
  • Topic K: Outline numberingUnit 2:Tables and Charts
  • Topic A: Adding borders to your table
  • Topic B: The Table Tools Ribbon
  • Topic C: Drawing your own Table
  • Topic D: Changing the Borders of the Table
  • Topic E: Using Table AutoFormat
  • Topic F: Calculations in a table
  • Topic G: Creating a chart from a Word tableUnit 3:Customised Formatting
  • Topic A: Changing character spacingUnit 4: Using Styles in your Document
  • Topic A: Appling a Default Style
  • Topic B: Modifying a Style
  • Topic C: Creating a New StyleUnit 5: Working with Pictures
  • Topic A: Adding a picture to your document
  • Topic B: Changing the size of a picture
  • Topic C: Using the picture ribbonUnit 6: Graphic and Special Elements
  • Topic A: Adding an AutoShape
  • Topic B: Resizing an AutoShape
  • Topic C: Modifying an AutoShape
  • Topic D: Adding WordArt to your document
  • Topic E: Using Text Boxes in your documentUnit 7: Controlling Text Flow
  • Topic A: Using breaks
  • Topic B: Inserting columns
  • Topic C: Linking text boxesUnit 8: Indexes and Tables
  • Topic A: Create a Table of Contents
  • Topic B: Deleting Table of Contents
  • Topic C: Updating Table of Contents
  • Topic D: Changing the look of a Table of ContentsUnit 9: Templates
  • Topic A: Using a Built-in Template
  • Topic B: Creating your own Template
  • Topic C: Opening a template that you createdUnit 10: Mail Merge
  • Topic A: Generating a Mail Merge
  • Topic B: Creating Envelopes and Labels

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Duration: 1 day

The course focuses on:

The Advanced phase of our Word training takes you into a more in-depth world of the diverse ability and full Functionality of the Microsoft Word Program. We demonstrate Advanced User Techniques to place you above the rest and enable you to produce complex, industry competitive application of various word documentation.

Who should attend this course?

  • This course is aimed at anyone who wishes to perfect their Microsoft Word skills.
  • The following people will find this course helpful:
  • Anyone who wish to create a document using Word
  • Anyone who has basic knowledge of Word and wish to perfect their document creation skills
  • Receptionists
  • Personal Assistants
  • Secretaries
  • Administration Clerks

Content of course:

Unit 1: Using Microsoft Office Word with other Programs

  • Using Word to interact with other Applications enables you to share and update data from a variety of sources. Here the learner will be shown how to use Word with other Office Applications such as Excel and PowerPoint effectively. We will demonstrate how to Create Links to other Office Applications as well send an Email Message or Document Outline to PowerPoint.Unit 2: Collaborating on Documents
  • Here we look at working in a Collaborative Environment where other will Share your Documents, making changes or provide feedback on your Document. We demonstrate how to Review a Document; Compare Document Changes; Merge Documents as well as Reviewing Track Changes and Comments Effectively.Unit 3: Adding Reference Marks and Notes
  • The ability to Mark Specific Locations in a Document and provide additional Descriptions will help you to build a Convenient Reference Source. Apart from enabling you to Keep Track of a Source, References in a Document provide Supplemental Information to your readers. Here we will carefully look at Inserting Bookmarks; Footnotes and Endnotes; Captions to Illustrations; Hyperlinks as well as Cross-References.Unit 4: Making Long Documents easier to use
  • Locating information in long Documents is difficult if you are not sure of the location of keywords. To help readers Locate Figures, Tables, Graphics, or Content in a Document, you have to include Tables Listings of all relevant items or keywords with their Page Numbers. In this chapter we will Insert Blank and Cover Pages; an Index; a Table of Figures; a Table of Authorities; a Table of Contents as well as Create a Master Document.Unit 5: Securing a Documents
  • When working on Restricted Content, such as a report on legal cases involving your company, you need to ensure that no one but authorized people have access to it. The Security Features in Word enable you to protect a Document and its Contents. From Hiding Text and Adding Digital Signatures, to using a Password to Restrict Document Access, we cover it all.Unit 6: Creating Forms
  • Here we demonstrate how to Create Effective Forms to enable you to Collect Desired Information in a consistent and efficient manner. Using Word, you can create forms to help you consistently Capture Standard Information. We demonstrate how to add Form Fields to a Document, Protect and Automate a Form.Unit 7: Advanced Layout Options
  • It is vital to be able to Add Customized or Standardized Headers and Footer to a Word Document. We look at Adding Headers and Footer in different sections, where applicable, as well as effectively Outlining your Document to ensure maximum ease of use.

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Duration: 1 day

Course focuses:

A basic overview of Excel and its functions. The course shows you how to open, create and save new workbooks; how to manipulate data and work with formulas. At the end of the course you will be able to print documents and adjust Excel settings

Who should attend this course?

  • This course is aimed at anyone who wishes to learn Microsoft Office Excel.
    The following people will find this course helpful:
  • Anyone who has not worked on Excel before
  • Anyone who has worked a bit on Excel but is not familiar with all its functions
  • Debtor and creditor clerks
  • Data capturers

 

Content of course:

Unit 1: Introduction to Excel

  • Topic A: The Excel Window Components
  • Topic B: What is a Spread sheet?
  • Topic C: Customize Quick Access Toolbar
  • Topic D: Adjust the Zoom
  • Topic E: Workbook Views
  • Topic F: Move Around in Excel
  • Topic G: Enter Data in Cells
  • Topic H: Select Data in Cells
  • Topic I: Save a WorkbookUnit 2: Open an Existing Workbook
  • Topic A: Create a New Workbook
  • Topic B: HelpUnit 3: Manipulating Cell Data
  • Topic A: Move and Copy Data
  • Topic B: Fill Cells with Series of Data
  • Topic C: Insert and Delete Cells, Columns, and Rows
  • Topic D: Find, Replace Cell Data
  • Topic E: Spell Check a WorksheetUnit 4: Formulas
  • Topic A: Create Formulas
  • Topic B: Use Excel Functions
  • Topic C: Insert Function
  • Topic D: Copy Formulas and Functions
  • Topic E: Create an Absolute Reference
  • Topic F: Formatting
  • Topic F: Cell Data
  • Topic G: Cell RangesUnit 5: Workbook Settings and Views
  • Topic A: Insert and Delete Worksheets
  • Topic B: Copy and Move Worksheets
  • Topic C: Format Worksheet Tabs
  • Topic D: Split a Worksheet
  • Topic E: Freeze and Unfreeze Panes
  • Topic F: Hide and Unhide Worksheets
  • Topic G: Copy a WorkbookUnit 6: Printing
  • Topic A: Page Setup
  • Topic B: Insert and Remove Page Breaks
  • Topic C: Set a Print Title
  • Topic D: Set Print Ranges
  • Topic E: Printing

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Duration: 1 day

Course focus:

The Intermediate Course takes the learner to the next level where more challenging functions and formulas are explored.

 

Who should attend this course?

You have to have a basic understanding of Excel before attempting this course. Anyone, in any business can attend. Engineers, Financial and Administrative Personnel see a great improvement in their work after this course.

 

Content of course

Unit 1: Calculating Data with Advanced Formulas

  • Topic A: Apply Cell and Range Names
  • Topic B: Calculate Data across Worksheets
  • Topic C: Use Specialized Functions
  • Topic D: Analyse Data with Logical and Lookup FunctionsUnit 2: Organizing Worksheet and Table Data
  • Topic A: Create and Modify Tables
  • Topic B: Format Tables
  • Topic C: Sort or Filter Data
  • Topic D: Use Functions to Calculate DataUnit 3: Presenting Data Using Charts
  • Topic A: Create a Chart
  • Topic B: Modify Charts
  • Topic C: Format ChartsUnit 4: Analysing Data Using PivotTables, Slicers, and Pivot Charts
  • Topic A: Create a PivotTable Report
  • Topic B: Filter Data Using Slicers
  • Topic C: Analyse Data Using Pivot ChartsUnit 5: Inserting Graphic Objects
  • Topic A: Insert and Modify Pictures and ClipArt
  • Topic B: Draw and Modify Shapes
  • Topic C: Illustrate Workflow Using SmartArt Graphics
  • Topic D: Layer and Group Graphic ObjectsUnit 6: Customizing and Enhancing the Excel Environment
  • Topic A: Customize the Excel Environment
  • Topic B: Customize Workbooks
  • Topic C: Manage Themes
  • Topic D: Create and Use Templates

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Duration: 1 days

Course focus:

While there is a lot of value in mastering the basic and intermediate array of functions of this powerful software programme, for some, simply automating the day-to-day arithmetic functions involved in a simple balance sheet will not be enough to meet the financial accounting needs of a large company and a more in-depth knowledge is required. Our course will equip you with the skills to significantly improve your company’s control of its financials through improved forecasting and scenario planning.

 

Who should attend this course?

Accountants, Financial Managers, Financial Directors, CFO’s, Actuaries, Engineers, MBA Graduates, and Administrators will find this course indispensable.

 

Content of course

Unit 1: Introduction

  • Topic A: Formula basics
  • Topic B: Types of errors
  • Topic C: Fixed referencingUnit 2: Logical Formulas
  • Topic A:  A logical test
  • Topic B: The if formula
  • Topic C: The or formula
  • Topic D: The and formula
  • Topic E: The if error formula
  • Topic F: The is error formula
  • Topic G:Combining or/and/is error formulas into an if formulaUnit 3: Lookup Formulas
  • Topic A: The v lookup formula
  • Topic B: The auto filter function
  • Topic C: Using subtotal with auto filter to get only selected totals
  • Topic D:The find function
  • Topic E: How to use find and replace to edit formulas
  • Topic F: The search formula 2
  • Topic G:The replace formula
  • Topic H: Combining the search and replace formula
  • Topic I: The match formula
  • Topic J: The address formulaUnit 4: Reporting Formulas
  • Topic A: PivotTables (compiling, set up, cleaning, manipulating)
  • Topic B: Pivot Charts
  • Topic C: The sum ifs formula
  • Topic D:The indirect formula
  • Topic E: Basic macro recording
  • Topic F: Macro options (buttons, check boxed, option boxes, toggle buttons and more)Unit 5: Text Formulas
  • Topic A: The concatenate formula
  • Topic B: The left formula
  • Topic C: The right formula
  • Topic D: The mid formula
  • Topic E: The trim formula
  • Topic F: The proper formula
  • Topic G: The upper formula
  • Topic H: The lower formula
  • Topic I: The substitute formula
  • Topic J: The value formula
  • Topic K: Using the search formulas within text formulas
  • Topic L: How to use text formulas to clean and manipulate dataUnit 6: Formatting Functions
  • Topic A: Format painter
  • Topic B: Paste special
  • Topic C: Conditional formattingUnit 7: Other Functions
  • Topic A:Breaking links
  • Topic B:The count if formula
  • Topic C: The count a formula
  • Topic D:Goalseek
  • Topic E:Cell name defining
  • Topic F: Hyperlinks
  • Topic G:Using lists and data validations on cells 3Unit 8: Working with Dates
  •      Topic A: Principles
  •      Topic B: Calculating dates
  •      Topic C: Calculating time
  •      Topic D: The today formula
  •      Topic E: The now formula
  •      Topic F: The date formula
  •      Topic G: The networking day’s formula
  •      Topic H: The year formula
  •      Topic I: The month formula
  •      Topic J: The day formulaUnit 9: Financial Formulas
  • Topic A: The pmt formula
  • Topic B: The ipmt formula
  • Topic C: The fv formula
  • Topic D: The npv formula
  • Topic E: The irr formula

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Course focus:

A basic introduction to Outlook. The course teaches you to compose and manage messages, customise mail and set up calendar options. By the end of the day you will be able to schedule appointments and meetings, manage your contacts, create and manage tasks and create notes.

 

Who should attend this course?

  • This course is aimed at anyone who uses Outlook. The following people will find this course helpful:
  • Anyone who uses or wish to use Outlook
  • Anyone who wishes to use outlook schedule meetings and events

Content of course:

  Unit 1: Introduction to Outlook

  • Topic A: The Outlook Window Components
  • Topic B On to Outlook
  • Topic C: Message Window Components
  • Topic D: Edit the Quick Access Toolbar
  • Topic E: Message HandlingUnit 2: Composing Messages
  • Topic A: Address a Message
  • Topic B: Format a Message
  • Topic C: Check Spelling and Grammar
  • Topic D: Attach a File
  • Topic E: Attach Item
  • Topic F: Open and Save an AttachmentUnit 3: Message Management
  • Topic A: Using Views
  • Topic B: Flag a Message
  • Topic C: Create a Folder
  • Topic D: Move Messages to a Folder
  • Topic E: Copy Messages to Folders
  • Topic F: Delete a FolderUnit 4: Customizing Mail
  • Topic A: Use Stationery
  • Topic B: Create Signatures
  • Topic C: Modify Signatures
  • Topic D: Remove SignaturesUnit 5: Set Calendar Options
  • Topic A:  Set Work Days and Times
  • Topic B:   Display Other Time Zones
  • Topic C:  Set Free/Busy Options
  • Topic D:  Print the CalendarUnit 6: Schedule Appointments
  • Topic A: The Outlook Calendar
  • Topic B: Schedule an Appointment
  • Topic C:  Assign a Category to an Appointment
  • Topic D:  Edit Calendar EntriesUnit 7: Schedule Meetings
  • Topic A: Schedule a Meeting
  • Topic B: Reply to a Meeting Request
  • Topic C:  Propose a New Meeting Time
  • Topic D: Track Meeting Responses
  • Topic E: Update a Meeting Request
  • Topic F:  Cancel a Meeting RequestUnit 8: Contact Management
  • Topic A:  Add a Contact
  • Topic B:   Sort Contacts
  • Topic C:  Find a Contact
  • Topic D:  Edit a Contact
  • Topic E:   Delete a Contact
  • Topic F:   Print ContactsUnit 9: Task Management
  • Topic A: Create a Task
  • Topic B: Edit a Task
  • Topic C: Update a Task
  • Topic D: Assign a Task
  • Topic E: Reply to a Task Request
  • Topic F: Send a Task Update
  • Topic G: Track Assigned TasksUnit 10: Outlook Notes
  • Topic A:  Create a Note
  • Topic B:  Edit a Note
  • Topic C:  Copy a Note

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Duration: 1 Day

Course Focuses:

The more advanced options of Outlook. The course will reach you how to modify message options, find and sort outlook items, save and archive mail. You will learn more advanced contact management, to record journal entries and share folders.

Who should attend this course?

  • This course is aimed at anyone who uses Outlook. The following people will find this course helpful:
  • Anyone who uses or wish to use Outlook
  • Anyone who wishes to use more advance functions of Outlook

Content of course

Unit 1 Message Options

  • Topic A:  Modify Message Settings
  • Topic B:  Modify Delivery Options
  • Topic C: Modify Message Formats
  • Topic D:  Create and Modify a Distribution List
  • Topic E:  Insert a HyperlinkUnit 2: Find and Sort Outlook Items
  • Topic A:  Sort Messages Using Multiple Criteria
  • Topic B: Find Messages
  • Topic C: Find Messages Using Multiple Criteria
  • Topic D: Filter Messages
  • Topic E:  Organize Messages
  • Topic F:   Enable Groups
  • Topic G: Manage Junk EmailUnit 3: Organise Outlook Items
  • Topic A:   Create Search Folders
  • Topic B:  Custom Search folder
  • Topic C:  Use Search folders
  • Topic D: Create Rules
  • Topic E: Out of the Office Assistant
  • Topic F:  Apply Conditional FormattingUnit 4: Save and Archive Mail
  •     Topic A: Save Messages in Alternate Formats
  •     Topic B:  Archive Messages
  •     Topic C:  Import Messages
  •     Topic D:  Protect Personal FoldersUnit 5: Advanced Contact Management
  • Topic A: Forward Contacts
  • Topic B: Create a vCard from a Contact
  • Topic C: Export Contacts
  • Topic D:  Perform a Mail Merge
  • Topic E: Link Items to a ContactUnit 6: Journal
  • Topic A:  Record a Journal Entry Automatically
  • Topic B:  Manually Record a Journal Entry
  • Topic C:  Modify a Journal EntryUnit 7: Sharing Folders
  • Topic A: Specify Folder Permissions
  • Topic B:  Access another User’s Folder
  • Topic D: Delegate Access to FoldersUnit 8: Outlook Customisation
  • Topic A: Customise the Toolbars
  • Topic B:  Create a New Toolbar
  • Topic C:  Customise the Menus
  • Topic D:  Create a Folder Home PageUnit 9: Working Offline and Remotely
  • Topic A: Create an Offline Folder File
  • Topic B: Make a Folder Available Offline
  • Topic C: Create a Send/Receive Group
  • Topic D: Download Messages

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Course focus:

From A-Z we equip the delegate to Create Effective Presentations whilst making the most of Shortcut Keys and methods to ensure maximum utility of Microsoft PowerPoint. Whether it be to convince management to invest in that new piece of equipment or present the new annual budget to the Board of Directors, we help you put it into action.

 

Who should attend this course?

  • This course is aimed at anyone who wishes to learn Microsoft Office PowerPoint.
  • The following people will find this course helpful:
  • Anyone who have not worked on PowerPoint before
  • Anyone who has worked a bit on PowerPoint but is not familiar with all its functions
  • Anyone who wish to set up a basic presentation

Content of course:

Unit 1: Working in a PowerPoint Environment

  • Understanding how to get the maximum out of the PowerPoint Programme is our objective. We enable the delegate to use the Features of the programme most effectively. In this chapter we introduce the basic applications including Moving Around in PowerPoint, making use of Viewing Options, Creating Professional Presentations from scratch as well as Modifying Existing Presentations.Unit 2: Create a Presentation: Slide Text, Layout and Order
  • In a Presentation, the Text is the foundation on which you build everything else. We demonstrate the most effective way to Display your Text in different Slide Layouts to not only ‘Wow’ your audience but to effectively get your points acrossUnit 3: Tables
  • Figures and Facts are best presented in a Table. Tables condense information into highly structured row and column formats so that identifying categories or individual items and making comparisons is easier. We introduce the Table Tools Contextual Tab that Microsoft PowerPoint offer in order Create Graphically Enhanced and Effective Tables.Unit 4: Charts
  • When wanting to display Numeric Data Visually, adding a Chart Reflection to a Slide makes it easier to see Trends that’s might not be obvious from looking at the numbers themselves. We demonstrate how to use the different Chart Types and how to effectively Create Charts from various sets of Data.Unit 5: Drawing Objects
  • Drawing Objects allow one to Depict Hierarchies, Processes, Points of Interest as well as Creating Impact. We enable the learner to create these Elements in the most effective manner resulting in a Powerful Presentation.Unit 6: Working with Images
  • Today, Presentations have become more Visually Sophisticated and Appealing. The importance of your message and the persuasiveness of the words you use are no longer enough to guarantee the success of a Presentation. We look at the Benefits as well as the Method of Adding Pictures and Images to Slides in order to Create Effective, Professional Presentations.Unit 7: Deliver a Presentation
  • Adding Slide Transitions, Creating Speaker Notes, Rearranging and Proofing your Presentation is vital before delivery. Here we equip and prepare you to Deliver a Powerful Presentation.

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Duration: 1 day

The course focuses on:

In today’s corporate environment it is vital that your Presentations are Original, Powerful as well as Effective. In this module we take you through the Advanced Features of PowerPoint to give you the tools to win your audience over. In today’s competitive and ever changing business environments it is important that you keep on top of your game.

Who should attend this course?
This course is aimed at anyone who is familiar with the basic functions of PowerPoint, but wishes to perfect the skill of building a PowerPoint presentation.

Content of course:

Unit 1: Create a Design Template

  • Here we demonstrate how to set up a Slide Master, allowing you to quickly and effectively set up a Standard Theme for your Presentation including Layouts, Text Designs, Bullets, Footers and so much more, in a matter of seconds.Unit 2: Use Organization Chart and Diagrams
  • Visual Enhancements are vital for Presentation Effectiveness. Organizational Charts including Smart Art Graphics are introduced. Using Advanced Graphics and Special Effects will turn your Presentation right around, placing it in another league.Unit 3: Add Special Effects
  • From adding Sound and Movie Clips; Displaying Custom Animations; Demonstrating Motion Paths as well as Effect Order, your Slides’ individual points will be Emphasized and Graphically Enhanced to create maximum emphasis.Unit 4: Web Presentations
  • In today’s world the internet is our most effective communicator in business. Here we demonstrate how to use your Presentation as a Marketing Tool by Broadcasting it on the Web. Using Office Templates effectively allows ease of use and understanding of the Presentation’s objective.Unit 5: Collaboration
  • We demonstrate how to protect your hard work that you have put into your Presentation. We set Passwords in order to prevent others from stealing your ideas.Unit 6: Advanced Delivery Options
  • We introduce you to the finer elements that make the delivery of your Presentation he use of Hyperlinks; Adding Action Buttons; Setting Up a Custom Slide Show from a Master Presentation to working with Narrations and Slide Timings, we gear you to throw your audience out the water.

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Duration: 1 day

The course focuses on:

In today’s corporate environment it is vital that your Presentations are Original, Powerful as well as Effective. In this module we take you through the Advanced Features of PowerPoint to give you the tools to win your audience over. In today’s competitive and ever changing business environments it is important that you keep on top of your game.

Who should attend this course?
This course is aimed at anyone who is familiar with the basic functions of PowerPoint, but wishes to perfect the skill of building a PowerPoint presentation.

Content of course:

Unit 1: Create a Design Template

  • Here we demonstrate how to set up a Slide Master, allowing you to quickly and effectively set up a Standard Theme for your Presentation including Layouts, Text Designs, Bullets, Footers and so much more, in a matter of seconds.Unit 2: Use Organization Chart and Diagrams
  • Visual Enhancements are vital for Presentation Effectiveness. Organizational Charts including Smart Art Graphics are introduced. Using Advanced Graphics and Special Effects will turn your Presentation right around, placing it in another league.Unit 3: Add Special Effects
  • From adding Sound and Movie Clips; Displaying Custom Animations; Demonstrating Motion Paths as well as Effect Order, your Slides’ individual points will be Emphasized and Graphically Enhanced to create maximum emphasis.Unit 4: Web Presentations
  • In today’s world the internet is our most effective communicator in business. Here we demonstrate how to use your Presentation as a Marketing Tool by Broadcasting it on the Web. Using Office Templates effectively allows ease of use and understanding of the Presentation’s objective.Unit 5: Collaboration
  • We demonstrate how to protect your hard work that you have put into your Presentation. We set Passwords in order to prevent others from stealing your ideas.Unit 6: Advanced Delivery Options
  • We introduce you to the finer elements that make the delivery of your Presentation he use of Hyperlinks; Adding Action Buttons; Setting Up a Custom Slide Show from a Master Presentation to working with Narrations and Slide Timings, we gear you to throw your audience out the water.

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