“Your organization can gain a significant, competitive advantage by integrating modern technology into their operations. Scheduling meetings with clients, knowledge-sharing between personnel, and accessing important information becomes immediately easier by deciding to use technology to your advantage. There is an endless list of professional activities that can be improved by using technology to your advantage. In this course, students learn both the positive aspects of using technology in the workplace, and the risks associated with changing operational procedures.
“Everyone can benefit from Microsoft Word 2010 training. Proper use of the program will increase efficiency. Understanding – and using – the powerful functionality of Word are necessary skills. Do you have the ability and time to prepare a training course to adequately teach the necessary topics? Our Microsoft Office Word Foundations 2010 courseware and training material allows instructors the opportunity to train students with ease. This training material is fully customizable.
“This WHMIS course is an effective and interactive way to keep you and your employees up-to-date with WHMIS training requirements. This course meets the needs of both first time and refresher training. A training certificate is issued and emailed to the Account Supervisor upon completion.”
“Activities such as icebreakers and energizers add more than fun to a training session. They introduce the participants to each other and the course objectives, and they can reinforce the key concepts and theories of the course.”
“Almost every salesperson today is on the phone at some point during their selling, but picking up the phone and making those calls can be a daunting task, especially if you don’t like talking on the telephone, or are certain that it will be a waste of time. But with the right telemarketing strategy, all calls become productive calls! What if you could place a call, get past the gate keeper, and speak directly to the company decision maker? That’s the essence of telephone sales training, whether you do your selling, or are trying to get your foot in the door to book an appointment.
“We may recognize that people are an organization’s most important asset, and that we do better business when employees are engaged, motivated, and talented, but how do we make the most of that? How can human resource staff, supervisors, and managers ensure that the right people are ready, and where they need to be? If you’re looking for answers to all these questions and more, NETC has provided the answers!”
“It’s possible for people to become used to dealing with tough topics over time. After all, the more you practice, the better you become! There are, however, situations that are easier to handle than others. Dealing with an employee who is always late can seem like a walk in the park compared to having to discuss poor personal hygiene, whether it’s someone’s body odor, their latest tattoo, or their bad breath.
“No one can really manage time, but we can all become better at managing ourselves. Everyone works differently, however, which means that everyone’s time management system is going to be different if it’s going to be effective for them. There may be no one guide for time management that will work for everyone, but there are effective time management techniques that can be made to work for you!”
“The role of a professional supervisor demands increased responsibility and authority. Transitioning into this role is challenging, and supervisors need to be prepared for the problems they’ll encounter along the way. There are key skills that can be learned to successfully adjust into a management position, and they can be practically implemented in their work. In this course, students are made aware of their roles and responsibilities as a new supervisor. They learn effective communication skills and delegation techniques to help establish their leadership role with their new team.”
“Knowing how to apply the principles of adult learning is fundamental to success as a trainer. You must know the needs of your learners, and present your material to them in an interesting and engaging format. Trainers need to know how to maintain control of their participatory group, as well as know how to maximize each individual’s learning opportunity. The very best trainers provide an energized and supportive learning climate that accounts for the variety of experiences and capabilities of their students.