Accredited training in time and project management will be one of the features available to delegates at the upcoming ATA/ARTSA Technical and Maintenance Conference to be held at the Silverwater Resort near Phillip Island in Victoria in November. The training is to be provided by SkillPath Seminars and consists of time and deadline management sessions providing detailed information on how to better organise the working day to maximise potential.
Delegates who attended both 90 minute modules of training will receive a certificate and continuing education credit, recognised by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training.
“The first session on offer by SkillPath is called ‘Handling Competing priorities’ and covers key principles for gaining control of your work day,” said ATA CEO Stuart St Clair. “The second session covers project planning and looks at how to increase your productivity through better management of your resources. These sessions are designed for the busy manager, supervisor or administrative person who juggled deadlines, projects and multiple demands and had no time to waste.
“Similar sessions held in your workplace could cost $6000 or more for a group, but they are included in the cost of the TMC registration. They represent the fantastic value the business is looking for to get the edge over its business rivals.”